Electric Bike Incentives Across United States: Government rebates on EBike and Cargo ETrikes
- Clean Cars for All: Bay Area residents can get $7,500 in grant funding to use for public transit and the purchase of an e-bike and bike accessories in exchange for dismantling their old car.
- Berkeley E-Bike Access: Income-qualified Berkeley households can get e-bikes, training, and safety lessons with a $250,000 grant from the City of Berkeley.
- AMP Rebates & Incentives - Electric Bicycles: Residents of the City of Alameda can get rebates on e-bikes and other electric vehicle chargers.
- Contra Costa Electric Bicycle Rebate Program: Contra Costa County offers rebates of $150 to $500 for adults living in the county who purchase a new e-bike.
- East Bay Community Energy E-Bike Incentive Program: A $6 million e-bike program for residents throughout the East Bay service area, including a $2 million e-bike lending program and a $4 million e-bike incentive program.
- Healdsburg Electric Bike Rebate: Income-qualified CARE customers in Healdsburg can get $700 for an e-bike purchased in the city, $400 for an e-bike purchased outside of Healdsburg, and $50 for an e-bike conversion attachment kit.
- Google TDM Program: Google employees can get free loan of high-quality electric-assisted and conventional bicycles for a period of six months.
- Oakland Electric Bike Library: Local bike shops in low-income neighborhoods of Oakland would rent out e-bikes in partnership with GRID Alternatives.
- Redding Electric Utility Electrification Rebate Program: Income-qualified customers in Redding can get a point-of-purchase voucher of up to $1150 towards the purchase of an eligible e-bike, lock, and helmet.
- Richmond-San Rafael Bridge E-Bike Commute Program: Eligible commuters can get up to $1000 off a new e-bike from participating bike shops.
- Pedal Ahead Program: Eligible participants can work toward owning an e-bike by completing program requirements.
- Electro Bici: Northeast San Fernando Valley residents can get free e-bikes with a $500,000 grant from LADWP.
- San Francisco E-Bike Delivery Pilot: Drivers will receive free e-bikes, helmets, locks, saddle bags, rain jackets, and other accessory gear indefinitely.
- GoSGV: offers e-bike rebates starting at $49/month for Classic Commuter models, with reduced rates for students and income-qualifying riders, and varying rates for Cargo/Family bikes depending on the group/business/qualification status.
- E-Bikes for Everyone: San Mateo County provides a point-of-sale discount of up to $1,000 or 80% of the purchase price (whichever is less) for eligible residents who buy a new e-bike, as long as they meet certain program or income requirements.
- Santa Clara Electric Bicycle Rebate: Santa Clara offers a post-purchase rebate of up to $500 for customers who purchase an e-bike, with additional rebates for low-income customers purchasing electric vehicles, solar panels, pool pumps, and smart electric panels.
- Go Santa Cruz E-Bike Rebate Program: offers rebates of $400-$800 for eligible individuals who work in Downtown Santa Cruz and/or are employed by the City of Santa Cruz, provided that they complete a training and application process.
- Santa Monica's Family Cargo Bike Loaner Program: allows parents of eligible schools to borrow electric assist family cargo bikes for a one-week trial period at no cost, and also provides discounts on bike services through a commuter membership.
- Replace Your Ride program offers up to $7,500 in rebates and subsidies for South Coast Area residents who trade in their vehicles for e-bikes.
- The CalBike Affordability Campaign provides a point-of-sale discount of up to $1,750 for cargo or adaptive e-bikes and up to $1,000 for regular e-bikes, with additional incentives of up to $250 for those who qualify based on income or location. Participants must purchase from a California-based shop or online retailer.
- Avon E-Bike Rebate: Avon residents can get a $200 rebate for new e-bikes and a $100 rebate for used e-bikes with a minimum purchase price of $500.
- Ride-to-own: A two-year loaner-to-owner program for e-bikes in Boulder that requires a fee of $250 to be paid in full before receiving the bike. Participants also receive a free tune-up at 150 miles and a 2-year membership to Community Cycles, including an invitation to participate in classes and workshops on bicycle maintenance.
- Empire Electric Association Outdoor Power Equipment Rebates: Discounts on the purchase of new e-bikes and energy-saving accessories such as chargers and batteries are available.
- Denver Rebate Vouchers: Denver residents can receive a point-of-sale discount on the sale price of an e-bike from participating bike shops. There are three types of vouchers: Standard Rebate (up to $300 for e-bikes or up to $500 for e-cargo bikes), Income-Qualified Rebate (up to $1,200 for e-bikes or up to $1,400 for e-cargo bikes), and Adaptive Rebate (up to $1,400 for adaptive e-bikes) for persons with disabilities.
- Can-Do Community Challenge: Free e-bikes are provided to income-qualified essential workers in Denver neighborhoods, and a pilot program in Sun Valley provides e-bikes to residents of affordable housing.
- La Plata Electric Association E-Bike Rebate: Members can receive rebates for purchasing e-bikes and other electric equipment. The maximum combined rebate per member per year is $300.
- Roll to Restaurants: 16 low-income restaurant workers in Durango are provided with e-bikes, helmets, LED lights, locks, panniers, and training from Roll's co-owner.
- Edwards E-Bike Rebates: Rebates and subsidies for e-bikes are offered to Edwards residents to promote sustainability.
- Can Do Colorado eBike Pilot Program: Five organizations are providing rebates and subsidies for e-bikes to low-income essential workers in Fort Collins, Durango, Boulder, Pueblo County, and the Northeast Transportation Connections.
- Holy Cross Energy E-Bike Rebate: A $50 rebate is offered when purchasing a new e-bike for running errands or commuting to work. HCE members living in the Edwards Metro District may be eligible for an additional $200 rebate.
- Mountain Parks Electric E-Bike Rebate offers a 25% discount on e-bikes, up to $150 in Granby.
- Gunnison County Electric Association E-Bike Rebate offers a 25% discount on e-bikes, up to $150 in Gunnison.
- Highline Electric Association offers a rebate program for electric bikes, up to $150 in Holyoke, Sterling, Ovid area.
- Can-Do Community Challenge(Pueblo County) provides e-bikes with accessories to income-approved essential workers through the e-Cycle to Own Program in Pueblo County.
Can Do Colorado Community (Smart Commute Metro-North)
Challenge provides funding for eBike pilot programs to increase access to eBikes for low-income essential workers.
- SB 22-193 creates the community access to electric bicycles grant program and rebate program for individuals and organizations to purchase electric bicycles and equipment used for commuting purposes statewide.
- Connecticut's E-Bike Incentive Program offers a minimum discount of $500 at the point of sale for eligible E-bikes with an MSRP of $3,000 or less.
District of Columbia:
- goDCgo is offering a $200 rebate towards the purchase of a new ebike or a complimentary ebike tune-up service for those who already own an ebike.
- SB 3158: Up to $500 or 20% of the retail price is available for eligible purchases of newly purchased electric bicycles and electric mopeds through SB 3158.
- Electrify Everything: South Portland residents with household income up to 100% of Area Median Income are eligible for a rebate of $300 for an electric bike or $500 for an e-cargo bike through the Electrify Everything! program.
- Massachusetts has a state rebate program offering $500-$750 rebates for e-bike purchases and a refundable tax credit for 30% of the cost of a qualified electric bicycle.
- Cape Light Compact offers a voucher program for income-eligible participants to cover 75% of the cost of a Class 1 e-bike, up to $1,200, and bike accessories up to $125, with a $100 gift card for completing a Home Energy Audit.
- H3262 offers a state rebate program of $500-$750 rebates for e-bike purchases, up to 40% of the retail price, available at Massachusetts-owned and operated bicycle retailers.
- A2ZERO program offers a $150 rebate for new e-bike purchases for Ann Arbor residents.
- Equitable Commute Project: E-Bike Loan NYC provides low-cost e-bike loans for employees of participating employers.
- East Side Bike Club provides an e-bike lending library for Buffalo residents, as well as additional bike-community events.
- Columbus offers a rebate of up to $100 for the purchase of an e-bike.
- Ashland Electric customers are eligible for a cash incentive of up to $1,000 for the purchase of an eligible electric bicycle.
- The City of Bend is offering a rebate of $2,000 each to 75 qualified transportation-disadvantaged, low-income households in Bend to be used toward the purchase of an e-bike.
- Empower Benton County E-Bike program offers an instant rebate of $200 less than the purchase price; maximum of $1,200 for the purchase of an e-bike.
- EWEB offers a $300 e-bike incentive to increase access to more affordable, zero emission electric bikes.
- DRIVE EV / Erika Niedowski Memorial Electric Bicycle Rebate Program provides a standard rebate of up to $400, or 30% (whichever is less) of the final purchase of an e-bike, or e-cargo bike. Income-Qualified Rebate: Save up to $1,000, or 75% (whichever is less) on the total purchase of an e-bike, or e-cargo bike.
- Austin Energy offers rebates for eligible E-bikes, scooters, mopeds, and motorcycles purchased on or after January 1, 2023. Rebate amounts vary depending on the type of electric vehicle purchased up to $600 for e-bikes.
- Burlington: $200 point-of-sale discount on e-bikes for residents or businesses, as well as special financing rates, free consultations, and charging stations available.
- Colchester and Surrounding areas: $200 point-of-sale discount on e-bikes for Green Mountain Power customers who switch from fossil fuels to e-bikes for commuting.
- Statewide: $3,000 voucher for income-eligible residents who trade in a gas car that's at least 10 years old for a new or used EV or PHEV, as well as a lending library for testing different e-bike models.
- Town of Stowe: $75-$1,250 post-purchase rebate on qualifying Class 1 e-bikes for residential or commercial customers, as well as other state incentives for purchasing or leasing an EV.
- VPPSA-Serviced areas: $100 post-purchase rebate on e-bikes or retrofit kits purchased at Vermont-based stores for VPPSA member customers.
- Washington Electric Cooperative Service Area: Up to $200 post-purchase rebate on in-state purchases of new electric bicycles, as well as rebates for commercial and residential electric lawn mowers for WEC members.
- Amazon offers a post-purchase rebate and a monthly bike subsidy of up to $400 for employees who bike to work.
- Madison Public Library Foundation funds BCycle passes for library cardholders, making bike share more accessible in the community. Riders can also check out a helmet as needed.
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