There are many different ways to safely transport your bike safely from one location to another. Listed below are recommended transportation methods.
- Ebike Rated Bike Rack (Highly Recommended): Most bike racks that will hold 60lbs per bike will comfortably transport your bike safely without removing or disassembling parts of your bike. Different eBike rated bike racks will hold your eBike safe. We recommend racks that can secure the bike with direct contact on the tires (not on the rack/fenders).
- **Check with your eBike rack manufacturer before purchase to make sure it is approved for RV use (if needed)
- Partial Disassembly Your Bike: Proper disassembly of certain parts of your bike (ie front wheel, saddle and pedals) may allow the transportation of the bike to be more accessible in vehicles with limited cargo space. For steps on how to assemble/disassemble these parts of your bike, please visit our RUSH/CTY Assembly Video and our MOSH/CTY Assembly Video. Transportation of a bike inside a vehicle may receive best results if the use of a moving blanket or other padded material is applied to keep the bike safe.
- Tie Down Straps: Using proper tie-down straps may allow your bike to be transported safely in certain situations. When using tie downs, be cautious of the locations of the tie downs and excessive pressure on the bike may cause damage to the tied down location.
When transporting your bike, it is important to keep the bike upright at all times. Bikes that are upside-down or laying on their side may cause damage to parts of the bike that are critical for functionality. These parts include (but are not limited to):
- Enviolo AHI (Located on the left-hand side of the rear wheel of RUSH/CTY Models)
- Brose Remote/Display Screen (Located on the top of the handlebars)
- Rotors (Located on the front and rear wheel of the bike)
If there are questions pertaining to transportation, please contact email@example.com for direction on transporting your bike.