FAQ: Do I need to register my e-bike? What about insurance?
Ordinary e-bikes do not need to be registered. By ‘ordinary’, we mean e-bikes that have a motor output rated 300W or less. Most manufacturers’ motors, and all of the models we stock, fall within this limit. Hereis the official word.
However, it is a good idea to register your ebike with the police, so that they have a record of it's details incase it gets stolen. You can register you bike on their website by clicking here. To read more about the best way to lock your bike up to help prevent your bike getting stolen, click here.
Many standard contents insurance policies will cover bicycles. We recommend that you confirm with your insurer that your policy includes bicycles and provides coverage up to an appropriate value.