Why you need to buy an electric motorbike in 2019

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In modern society, eco-friendly products are getting more and more popular. People want to make an effort in order to save our planet. Electric cars are widely used all over the world when electro motorbikes are just gaining popularity.

Electric motorbikes are not powered by fuel, but by batteries, and they have a special electric motor. What is really comfortable about them, that the batteries can be charged at your regular socket right at your home. While the battery is charging, you can relax at home and enjoy your favorite hobby – read, watch movies, play online casino. If you are looking for a nice and unusually designed gambling platform, we recommend checking Ignition casino review where you can find a lot of online gambling tips.

5 reasons why you need an electric motorcycle

If you are reading this article, you are considering buying an electric bike. Before making a final decision, check the 5 main advantages.

  1. It is silent – you will not be annoyed by the sound the fuel motorbike makes. If you ride it on an empty road, you will hear nothing but your thoughts.
  2. All those features that fuel bike offers – you will not feel any discomfort as you will have all the features you are used to; also, you are not limited in speed.
  3. No spending on maintenance – there is no need to check the engine oil, time belts, or clutch. You do not need to spend additional money on it.
  4. No need to look for petrol stations – just charge your battery overnight when you need it, as it takes 6-8 hours to charge it fully. No need to be worried if there is a petrol station on the way.
  5. Prices are going down – today, an electric motorbike is still more expensive than a fuel one. However, as the popularity of electric bikes is growing rapidly, the prices tend to get lower and lower.

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Electric motorbikes seem to be a good decision for those who care about global warming and pollution.

Electric motorbike insurance

When it comes to insurance, it is still a bit difficult with electric motorbikes. They are still considered as a risky vehicle because pedestrians might not hear you coming. The silence does not work well here. Also, electric motorcycles are used in urban areas, so there is always a risk of an accident on the road or theft. That is why it is important to get your vehicle insured. Even when it is a bit difficult now, anyway, most insurance companies offer a good insurance plan for your electric motorbike. Check the plans of different companies and choose the best for your needs.

License to ride an electric motorbike

Do not confuse electric motorcycles with electric bicycles. When it comes to a bicycle, everyone can ride it without any special license. When it comes to an electric motorbike, they are only allowed to be ridden by a person over 16 years old. Also, a driving license is the same as for petrol bikes.

Two of the most famous electric motorbikes offered are the Harley-Davidson LiveWire and Honda CR-E. But you can choose from a wide range of models available on the market today.

If you care about nature and want to decrease pollution, if you are open to new innovations and inventions, you should consider an electric motorbike. The future is here, and it is already available to us. Start saving the planet from small things and riding an electric device is a big step to planet-saving.

5 Comments

  1. That was an impressive segue into the sponsorship… ” oh you know plug the motorcycle in and do something else like reading, watching television or ruining your life with an online gambling addiction that gets so bad that you need to sell your motorcycle to pay the ever increasing debt as your life spirals rapidly into the depths of despair where the only solution is to sell your body parts to black market organ donor harvesters for that sweet online hit of gambling “. Just seems an odd way of introducing an odd sponsor. I’m all for sponsored content. I understand the necessity and in some cases ( insurance , motogear , russian brides ) I’m actually interested but online gambling ? Perhaps they are the only ones with money. Or perhaps my fellow oz motorcyclists are online gamblers… there’s enough tv advertising to make that seem the case.

    I think this story was syndicated and possibly should run that as a liner as well as it reflects on motorbikewriter ( unless motorbikewriter believes online gambling is a good fit for australian motorcyclists ). I come here every so often and am not a subscriber or email newsletter type but am interested in motorcycling in australia. Your articles when they have been about australian concerns are well written and tend to be thought provoking. This one is not of the same calibre which made me think it might be a syndicated “outbrain fake ad ” type of deal.

    However I am a fat, anonymous, internet keyboard warrior who hides behind his VPN and fake name and email. You at least have the cojones to put a site online and make original content ( when you do ) and for that you should probably disregard my well intentioned but digressive rant on the ills of sponsored content with little to no actual connection for the people who read the content.

    Keep up the good original content ( especially the oz content ).

    1. Hi “Ita”,
      Thanks for your comments.
      As you know, my website is free to all readers.
      I don’t get much in the way of industry support and I spend a hell of a lot of time on the original content. My few advertisers now use Google ads for which I get hardly a cent.
      The only way I can continue is if I accept meagre amounts from affiliate ads, sponsored posts and links.
      They are labelled as such and most readers seem to understand that.
      Sorry you are so distressed by the few sponsored articles. Perhaps you would be prepared to pay for content so we can keep it 100% original!
      Cheers,
      Mark

      1. Hey Mark,

        Ita here 😛

        So are you saying you actually wrote the above article ? It sounded like it was a press release wholesale copied and pasted. I’m not distressed at all. In fact if you read my comment again you may see that I absolutely understand the need for sponsored content. I get that in todays ” everything is free I’m entitled … etc ” you have to make ends meet. I know the price of server space and I can only imagine the time effort and personal expenditure that is required to keep up to date with the other journo’s who are often in the employ of some sort of media organisation.

        No, I think my badly made point is, that as a sponsor, an online gambling review site is an odd choice. Again I also intimated , though not put into words, that this type of sponsor is in fact probably the only sponsor that has money to do advertorial type of content. I think my point was that it was rather jarring to see it that way. I dont know how I would have utilised the sponsorship however. If the copy was syndicated then that also might help.

        However please accept my apology as to the nature of my first comment. I’ll cop it.

        Would I pay ? yes I would but not to the amount that you would consider it a viable proposition. We’re talking about a cup of coffee a month not magazine money and I dont know your visitor statistics but say you had a conversion rate of 10 -15 % into patrons, they probably would be looking at the same amount of money. And 10-15 % is on the high side for conversion rates. Thought about patreon ?

        As for the article. I happen to agree with elliot ( who I am not and whose comment was probably more legit than mine 😛 ). Here in Oz it isnt going to happen with the buffoonery and corruption rampant in our corridors of power.

        1. Hi Ita,
          No, it is NOT written by me. It. is a sponsored article provided by a third party.
          That’s what sponsored articles are.
          Gambling may not be your or my cup of tea, but it’s not illegal.
          Cheers,
          Mark

  2. I don’t get this article, it mentions the CRE which is only a prototype (and not intended as a street bike) and the Livewire which is $45000 and also unreleased. You can buy a four door electric with air conditioning and everything for that. Zero shut up shop here and Fonzarelli still only makes small wheel speed-limited scooters. Electric motorcycles are currently dead in this country, not much chance of me buying one if I can’t.

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