Electric Bike FAQ | Ryde Micromobility

Electric bikes are just like regular bicycles but with the addition of a pedal-assist motor and battery that give you a power boost when you ride. There are many different types, but think of them as a way to supercharge your riding experience.


E-bikes can help you ride faster and farther with less effort than a regular bike. Whether you want to commute to work, cruise around town, or get in a workout on hilly roads and trails, electric bikes are a total game changer that will make you want to ride more and more.


Electric Commuter Bikes
The most popular category of E-bike. Meant for cruising your city streets, and easy bike paths. These bikes are efficient, fun, and can get you to and from work with incredible ease. Demon’s Tronio is a great Step-Thru (easy to get on / mount)

Electric Road Bikes
Lightweight and performance oriented. These E-bikes are fast and are perfect for road cycling enthusiasts who want a little extra push for longer distances and bigger climbs. Demon’s coming out with two new e-bikes to fulfill these needs. Our Lightweight City Road Bike “Siixxx” named after Toronto’s shortened area code, and our new Touring bike “Phantom” made for extra long distances (over 100km’s!).

Electric Mountain Bikes (E-MTB)
These bikes are a blast on dirt trails, and off road. Some E-mtb’s are equipped with Fat Tires (like our Thunderbolt SL series) to conquer any terrain, and some are meant for tight technical turning down those steep mountainous paths (Like our Outlaw).


A transport service in which bicycles are made available for shared use to individuals on a short-term basis. Many bike share systems allow people to borrow a bike from a "dock" and return it at another dock belonging to the same system. Docks are special bike racks that lock the bike, and only release it by computer control. The user enters payment information, and the computer unlocks a bike. The user returns the bike by placing it in the dock, which locks it in place.


The benefits of bike sharing include transport flexibility, reductions to vehicle emissions, health benefits, reduced congestion and fuel consumption, and financial savings for individuals. But the most special quality of public bicycles is the idea of sharing, and creating a greater community.


Are electric bikes legal in Toronto?
Yes! Not only are E-bikes leagal in Toronto, they are often encouraged, as more people on bikes means less traffic and happier commuters.

Can I ride electric bike on road?
Yes! Demon’s E-bikes can be ridden on roads, bike paths, and trails.

How far can I go on one charge?
The exact range of all Demon E-bikes are influenced by factors like terrain, rider weight, weather and power assist level selected. However, on average our E-bikes range from 40 to 70km per charge.

How long does it take to charge the battery?
Anywhere from 3 to 4 hours to reach full charge. The batteries can also be plugged into any wall plug.

How much do these bikes weigh?
Different sizes and makes of batteries, motors and frames, can vary your weight. Bikes like our foldable commuter “Rebel” weighs roughly 50lbs (battery included) while our all terrain Fat-Tire bike “Thunderbolt” weighs around 65lbs (battery included).

What kind of warranty do these bikes come with?
For Demon’s Warranty Policy, please click the following link https://www.demonelectric.ca/pages/warranty-policy

How fast can I go on these bikes?
All of our Demon E-bikes have a top limited speed of 32 kph (19.9 mph) as is required by the Ontario Government.

How old do I need to be to operate an e-bike?
All operators and passengers must be at least 16 years of age.

Do you need a license to drive an E bike in Ontario?
Electric bikes are classified as bicycles, therefore no license, registration or insurance is required. For further information on what is and isn't allowed in regards to E-bikes in Ontario please click here