Some might say that you can’t put a price on a glorious weekend spent cruising around town, wind in your hair, sun shining down and endless hours to explore—all without having to exert too much effort while pedaling. We’d have to agree with those folks. But doing all of that requires obtaining an electric bike. So, is an e-bike worth it?
Whether you’re looking to relocate where bike commuters are a big part of the culture or you’re just looking for a vacation spot where you can bring your Bluejay E-Bike along for some eco-friendly exploring, it’s worth considering how much that destination invests in its bike infrastructure. Most of these bike-friendly cities have hundreds of miles of bikeways, which encompasses bike paths, dedicated bike lanes on roadways and neighborhood greenways, where biking and walking is prioritized over cars and vehicle speeds are lowered.
While you should be checking the status of your Bluejay and all of its gear before you ride every single time, you should also be in the habit of doing more in-depth e-bike maintenance reviews throughout the year. Here's a guide for e-bike maintenance and care.
Spring and summer are the seasons for adventure, which makes it an ideal time to pick up a new habit. And while most of us learned how to ride a bike as kids, learning how to ride an e-bike can feel like an intimidating new experience.
Riding an e-bike is just like riding a bike. Well, almost. There are just a few additional features and settings that you have to keep in mind when hopping on a battery powered two-wheeler and heading out. Which is why we’ve pulled together this list of e-bike tips and tricks that’ll help you ride like a pro, even if it’s your second time ever putting pedal assist to use.
Knowing the rules of the road as a biker is important—but equally as crucial is understanding the electric bike laws by state. Of course you don’t need to memorize all 50 of these rules and regulations, but keep this lengthy guide handy if you’re a new Bluejay e-bike owner and need to get comfortable with the regulations in your home state with your speedy new wheels. Or, if you plan to take your Bluejay Sport on an interstate cycling trip and want to know if your bike needs to be registered or not (spoiler: If you’re heading to Hawaii, that’ll be a yes).
So, you’ve decided to buy a new bike? We love to hear it, but we understand how daunting it can be once you start that shopping journey. We’ve broken down this process into five easy steps, so you can find the two wheels that’ll work best for you. And yes, that includes which Bluejay e-bike will fit your life and the accessories you should think about before hitting that “add to cart” button.
We get it, there’s a reason you’re choosing a Bluejay e-bike: You want a non-traditional cycling experience, with more speed, plenty of power and the ability to explore even further than before. Which leads us to a frequently asked question, how fast do Bluejay Bikes go? The answer actually depends on which bike style you go for, the original Premiere Edition or the brand new Bluejay Sport. Here, we dive into all the details you need to know regarding the top speed of each Bluejay, what kind of rider each is suited for and how to get the most out of the e-bike that you choose.
Safety always comes first, which is why we think finding the best e-bike helmet should be a major priority for every rider, regardless of whether you’re a cycling daredevil or more of a casual cruiser. However, not all helmets are designed equally. Here are our picks for the best e-bike helmet, so you can be well-prepared for your next flight.