News & Opinion about Electric Bike
As Seen On The Today Show – Liberty Trikes for Kids!
Nine-year-old Maggie Monnin and her 8-year-old sister Charlie have spinal muscular atrophy, a neurodegenerative disease that can be fatal. But their smiles are a lot brighter thanks to a surprise gift from Jason Kraft, who makes motorized tricycles that are typically for senior citizens. Dylan Dreyer reports for TODAY’s series The Upside.
The TODAY Show!
Watch the TODAY Show, this Monday, February 15th as Electric Bike Technologies will be featured on the show. The EBT founder, Jason Kraft drives from Philly to Ohio where he meets the Monnin family with a BIG surprise!
Federal Tax Incentives May Be Next For E-Bikes
The E-BIKE Act creates a consumer tax credit that will cover 30% of the cost of the e-bike, up to a $1,500 credit. It only applies to new e-bikes that cost less than $8,000 and is fully refundable, allowing lower-income workers to claim the credit.
Wanted: Americans with Basic Mechanical Skills
Electric Bike Technologies, cannot find workers to supply growing demand at his manufacturing center in Bristol Township.
This Bucks County Bicycle Business is Changing the Lives of Kids with Spinal Muscular Atrophy.
.“When Allison came back from her first ride on her own, she said to me, ‘I’ve never really seen our own neighborhood before’. And I’m thinking, ‘Oh my God, you’re free’.”