How to Prevent injuries While riding an electric bike
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Electric bicycles have become more and more popular in recent years. When riding an electric bicycle, there will be certain risks. It is inevitable to encounter riding injuries, especially in the case of a collision caused by fast riding, riding an electric bicycle is easy to be injured. Therefore, when riding, you should pay attention to take some measures to prevent accidents and reduce the risk of life. By learning these methods, you can prevent any serious fall bike injuries while riding.
1. Wear a helmet while riding
Wearing a helmet when riding an electric bike is the most important thing. Wearing a helmet can prevent you from getting more head damage when you are in a dangerous collision while riding. Many states in the United States have begun to implement relevant laws to require helmet riding. Wearing a helmet can protect your head and neck from being hit by the ground even if you fall or hit while riding.
2. Fold and roll
Accidents happen all the time. Whether you are an experienced rider or a beginner, traffic, road surfaces, and weather conditions can all contribute to an accident. If you fall down while riding and hit the ground, when this happens, our first reaction should be to protect the head. In addition to the helmet protecting the head, we should take the initiative to take some measures to further Protect your head. How do i do this? Tilt your chin toward your chest and lift your arms to protect your neck and head. If you accidentally turn your fall to one side, you can easily turn your body to your back or side (shoulders, hips, hips). While this is a stressful situation, try to relax and roll on the ground when you fall. Staying calm and putting together prevents the body from becoming too stiff, which can damage the body. In case the force of the fall is too great, your head hits the ground.
3. Avoid using your hands when bumping
When an accident occurs while riding and hits the ground, many people habitually use their hands to support, but this situation often causes your arm to be more seriously injured or even broken, such as not only breaking your hand, but also breaking your wrist. , elbows, bones, all the way to the collarbone, so we should avoid using them in the event of a fall. As people's bones grow, people's bone density will become lower and lower, especially for middle-aged and elderly people, falling while riding is particularly likely to cause bone rupture. The weight of your entire body, falling weight, and weight on your hands can cause serious injury. The best way to fall and prevent falling on your hands is to spread the impact over a larger surface area, such as your back or sides
4. Ditch the bike
When it comes to falling and crashing on an electric bike, remember that your body is always the most important thing. Never injure yourself to save your bike when in danger, it's really not worth it. You and your health always come first and you need to protect yourself. This is done safely to drop a crashed mountain bike in the event of an accident and fall. Be vigilant and remember to better protect yourself by staying as far away from the bike as possible in the event of a fall or accident.
What is the difference between an electric bike and a traditional bike?
Electric bike have both the modes of traditional bike, PAS mode and throttle assist mode. Electric bike are equipped with motor batteries, which can be easier to ride than traditional bike. Even if you have physical problems such as arthritis, it is also to ride an electric bike again .
How fast can an electric bike go?
It depends on the motor of the electric bike. And, generally in the US, electric bikes has 3 class: class 1 e-bikes have a top speed limit of 20 mph, and the electric motor only works when the rider is pedaling. Class 2 e-bikes are also limited to 20 mph, but their throttles work when you're not pedaling. Class 3 e-bikes can go up to 28 mph and must have a speedometer, but may or may not have a throttle. The ASOMTOM RV1 RV2 RV3 e-bike is a class 2 e-bike, while the Q7 and E300 are class 3 e-bikes.
How to choose an electric bike?
First of all, you need to follow your daily needs to choose a suitable electric bike,when you would like to buy an electric bike, For example, if you need an e-bike for your daily commute, the Asomtom RV3 is the best electric bike choice. If you want to go outdoor touring, a fat tire e-bike like the Asomtom Q7 E300 should be suitable. Secondly, your height should also be a high concern when choosing an electric bike. Disappointing to buy an e-bike that doesn't fit at a height that can't be ridden.But you can easily find the recommended height for Asomtom product page in the "Size".
Do I need to assemble electric bike purchased online? Is it difficult to assemble?
All our asomtom electric bike products are 90% pre-assembly. When you receive the product, you can watch our installation video onAsomtom electric bike YouTube,(follow ASOMTOM E-Bikes on Youtube Channel)with the user manual to complete the assembly easily. If there is something that cannot be installed, you can contact us by email (email@example.com)
Can I Cancel or Change the Order I Just Placed?
It is possible to cancel or change your order only if the item has not been dispatched. Please contact us via our customer support email at
How long does my electirc bike Delivery?
In-stock orders typically ship within 1-3 business days, unless otherwise noted on the product page .Depending on your address from our warehouse, it will take about 3-8 working days to deliver
How can I get the best milage out of the e-bike?
Take the following measures listed below to reduce negative impact on milage:
1. Inflate the tires to the specified pressure.
2. Avoid frequent braking during your ride.
3. Use more pedal assistance and less throttle power.