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eBicycles.com is a free online resource for learning more about electric bicycles. Our goal is to help beginners and experts make better decisions about purchases, modifications, and safety.
We strive to provide value to the e-bicycling community through long-form, in-depth articles and guides with step-by-step instructions on various e-bike-related topics.
We want to inform, teach, and share the passion for electric bicycles!
We believe that the Internet should be a better place, which is why we don’t show any low-value reviews in our website. Our pages are free of spam-overviews and we don’t accept sponsored reviews.
If you are an electric bike enthusiast, mechanic, or technician, you’re welcomed to write in-depth educational guides and tutorials. Find out more here.
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Yes, we accept contributions and guest posts from e-bicycle professionals, mechanics, and regular riders. We are mostly interested in long-form tutorials and guides with step-by-step instructions, where needed. Get in touch if you’re interested.
Ebicycles.com is only interested in long-form articles from experts and knowledgeable riders that provide value to our readers. The type of content we publish includes (but is not strictly limited to):
Our goal is to publish high-quality content and share valuable information with aspiring and seasoned e-bicycle enthusiasts that can’t be easily found elsewhere.
We aim to help riders make better purchase decisions, stay safe on the roads, and make the best use of their e-bikes. If you think you can help us on this journey, feel free to share your ideas with us.
You will be compensated for your hard work via PayPal. What we pay is negotiable, but our rates generally range between $0.05 – $0.25 per word.
The lower end of the scale represents what we pay first-time writers and the higher end what we pay repeat writers and experts.