The next boom in micromobility is personally owned electric bikes. It’s already happening. E-bike sales spiked during the pandemic, we’re seeing all sorts of takes, and elected officials are pushing for ebike voucher programs across the US.
At Ride Report, we’re closely following along. When Denver first announced their program, we quietly relaunched Ride App to help gather aggregate ridership stats.
We’re convening a (really cool) panel of experts to answer your questions: what are the top lessons-learned from city and state-level programs? What's going on in Denver, why's it so successful, and can you replicate it in your city? What's it going to take to pass a Federal ebike incentive? And how can the micromobility industry continue to speed up the ebike boom?
- John MacArthur, TREC Program Manager, Portland State University
- Noa Banayan, Director of Federal Affairs, People For Bikes
- Kelly Blynn, Transportation Climate Change Specialist, Colorado Energy Office
- Mike Salisbury, Transportation Energy Lead, City and County of Denver