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Electric Bike Technologies, Inc., CEO, Jason Kraft was on The ONE Podcast with Greg Gutfeld, talking about e-bikes and a new project.


Jason spoke about how Electric Bike Technologies is donating 10 Liberty Trikes to children with a rare neuromuscular disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).


SMA is a genetic disorder that starts in the central nervous system and affects all the muscles in the body. Due to the degenerative nature of the disease, babies, kids, and adults with SMA will experience a decline in muscle strength over time although the rate and severity can vary among individuals.


“Kids with SMA deserve a better mobility option. And their parents, that give everything to make their children’s lives better, could use a little help” said Jason Kraft, CEO at Electric Bike Technologies.


Electric Bike Technologies is committed to donating 10 Liberty Trikes to deserving families in 2020 and plans on doubling that number in 2021.


Listen to Jason Kraft, on The ONE w/ Greg Gutfeld Podcast. Check it out below:

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April 02, 2020

Local businesses are feeling the financial crunch right now from COVID-19 restrictions that have people staying at home and avoiding unnecessary shopping trips.

A few weeks ago, we found a local business that needed help. They agreed to come out and provide haircuts at Electric Bike Technologies. Eleven haircuts later, we gave back to our community.

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February 28, 2020

Frank has balance issues from a stroke. Frank's Liberty Trike is now helping him regain his life by providing the freedom to move around and staying healthy by exercising.

Keep On Pedaling Frank!

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Family time is the best time and Liberty Trike is helping Mary Ann achieve that but it’s also helped her by allowing her to ride a bike again!

Keep on Pedalin' Mary Ann!


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Why Have All the Fun?

February 28, 2020

Why have all the fun? Get the Cargo Trailer Hitch and connect your kids or pet trailer to your Liberty Trike, for a new way to have fun!

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As the temperature begins to drop, it is important to know how to properly care for your Liberty Trike and its Lithium battery. Depending on where you live, you may be able to ride during the winter months, or you may want to pack away your trike until the weather is a little bit warmer.

Below we've answered all your most commonly asked questions about battery care, storing, safekeeping and more!

Q: Can I ride in the snow?

A: We do not recommend riding in deep snow or on icy roads. If you decide to go out in the snow, make sure you do so in the daytime when the snow is not too deep and there is absolutely no ice. We always recommend wearing a helmet and protective riding gear anytime you go out on your Liberty Trike but especially in the snow. Always make sure to have a full charge if you're riding in the cold.

Q: If I decide to ride in cold weather, how will it affect my battery?

A: Liberty Trikes use Lithium-Ion batteries (abbreviated Li-ion) which is the most common battery found in rechargeable devices. Like your phone, the battery on the Liberty Trike will experience changes in extreme temperatures. According to Battery University, cold temperature "increases the internal resistance and diminishes capacity" of a Li-ion battery. Specifically, they estimate that in freezing temperatures, a Li-ion may only deliver about 50% of its capacity.

Q: Do I have to bring my battery inside during cold weather?

A: Yes. The Liberty Trike's Li-ion battery needs to be stored in a cool, dry area that is between 30F - 100F. Allow two hours for the battery to warm up to room temperature before charging. Never charge your Liberty Trike battery when the surrounding area is below 40F. Check out our instructional video on how to remove the Liberty Trike battery:

Q: Do I have to bring my entire trike inside along with my battery?

A: As long as you bring your battery inside, the Liberty Trike frame can be stored in a basement or shed. If you want to avoid any dust or nicks to the paint, we recommend putting a cover on your Liberty Trike while it is in storage for the winter. You can purchase a bike cover from our affiliate site here. If your bike does get some dings while packed away in storage let us know and we'll send you some touch-up paint.

Q: How do I store my Liberty Trike in my garage/shed?

A: To save space, you can collapse your Liberty Trike for more compact storage. We have an instructional video on how to do this here.

Q: Do I need to charge my battery at all during the months it is not in use?

A: Yes. Your battery should be charged at least once every 30-40 days when not in use and should be stored fully charged. This is going to maintain the health of your battery so that you will be ready to ride again in the Spring!

Q: What should I do when I'm ready to ride again after the winter?

A: Give your trike a "check-up." Make sure the tires are pumped up between 28-45 PSI, charge your battery, tighten anything that might seem loose, patch up any dings/scratches that may have happened in storage, and give your trike a test ride. Make sure everything feels okay and enjoy, you're back to riding! 

Ready to share the road with electric bikes?

By James McGinnis @James_McGinnis

Sales of battery-powered bicycles have nearly tripled since 2014, with one Upper Makefield entrepreneur kicking production into high gear at his Bristol Township business .

Are you ready to share the road with electric bicycles and tricycles that can reach speeds of up to 28 mph when powered by rechargeable batteries?

From an 18,000-square-foot warehouse in Bristol Township, Jason Kraft’s Electric Bike Technologies has tapped into the latest trend in transportation on two wheels with handlebars and a basket.

Read the complete story at in the Bucks County Courier Times online.

Six months ago, we created a Liberty Trike Owner’s group on Facebook for riders to post about their experiences on our Liberty Electric Tricycles. Since then, the group has expanded to just a few people to 329 members and counting. We never imagined that this online community would grow into such a positive and uplifting space. The Liberty Trike team could not be more grateful to our owners for demonstrating the type of attitudes that we stand for.

In addition to Liberty Trike owners, the group also welcomes interested buyers to get a feel for the e-trikes. New members can gain a wide range of information through other member’s posts, and they can also ask questions of their own. New riders are joining the conversation every day and are welcomed into the group with open arms. The Liberty riders are sincerely happy to see someone new post about their experience on the e-trike.

Because the electric trikes are only sold online and the warehouse to test ride them is far for some, many Liberty owners have offered to let interested riders test out their own. All it takes is a quick post for someone to realize a Liberty Electric Trike owner is closer than they think.

The group’s “veterans” are always quick to answer questions and concerns that others may have in regards to their trikes.  Other posts, however, are very lighthearted and silly. One post even asked if anyone had given their trike a name.

These men and women have truly created a space where everyone feels accepted. By coming together in the Liberty Trike Owner’s Group, they have bonded over their mutual love of Liberty Trikes and also created a strong community along the way.

We at Liberty Trike are truly grateful to have customers who are so genuinely kind. On behalf of the entire team, we wholeheartedly thank you for your continued support of our business.

Join the conversation today.

Jim's Back Baby!

February 25, 2017

A picture of me at the state park near my home. It's about a 3 mile round trip which I did on my own. Notice the cane. I use a cane and a walker to get around but I've found new freedom with my Liberty Trike. You have given me the gift of freedom! No problem moving my 6ft 1in, 240 lb frame. 

I can't thank you all enough! Bless you all!

Jim A.
Nyack, NYJim and his new found Liberty!

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