This study examines the global e-bike market. An e-bike is defined as a conventional bicycle featuring pedals and an integrated electric motor, both of which can be used to propel the rider. Typically, e-bikes are powered by rechargeable lithium ion batteries.
While some e-bikes feature a small motor to assist the riders pedaling, others have much more powerful motors, allowing them to reach higher speeds, travel greater distances, and function more like mopeds and scooters than conventional bicycles. Although new regulations have been adopted for e-bikes all over the world in recent years, e-bikes typically do not require a license or insurance and do not need to be registered.
Commuter-type e-bikes are the most commonly used product type globally, although specialty models - such as e-mountain bikes and e-cargo bikes - have grown in popularity.
This industry study analyzes the $10.5 billion global e-bike market. It presents historical demand for 2009, 2014, and 2019, and forecasts growth through 2024 for 19 countries. The study also evaluates company market share in both dollar and unit terms, and examines e-bikes in the context of multiple competing technologies, such as internal combustion engine scooters and mopeds, and conventional bicycles.
1. About this report
a. Global e-Bike Historical Demand
b. Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic in 2020
c. Global e-Bike Demand by Region
d. Competing Technologies
e. Regulatory Overview & Government Programs
f. Industry Composition & Market Share
4. North America
a. United States
5. Central & South America
b. Other Central & South America
6. Western Europe
i. United Kingdom
k. Other Western Europe
7. Eastern Europe
f. Other Asia/Pacific
10. Additional Information