Submit an Incentive Program

Alberta
Banff
750 CAD
Post-purchase rebate
Banff Residential E-Bike Rebate
The Town of Banff provides financial rebates to residents to help save energy and support environmentally-friendly transportation methods. Rebates are available for e-bikes, studded bike tires, urban crampons, and a variety of other products. The maximum rebate for Banff residents is 50% of the purchase price, or $500, whichever is less. Banff Access Tier 1 and Tier 2 residents are eligible for up to 50% of the purchase price, or $750 and $1000, respectively.
Alberta
Province-wide
500 CAD
Post-purchase rebate with vehicle trade-in
Scrap-it
Step 1: Apply Step 2: scrap your car Step 3: get rebate. - $500 for Electric Bikes
British Columbia
Kamloops
300 CAD
Post-purchase rebate, low-interest loan
TMU Employee E-Bike Discount
The TRU Employee E-Bike Purchase program allows employees to apply for an incentive of 10 percent off the purchase value of an e-bike, up to $300 total. To assist in the purchase of higher-value bikes, employees that have permanent, full-time status may apply for financing with up to a two-year repayment period (minimum of $500 purchase price and maximum of $5,000), and employees on a contract term with TRU may apply for financing up to the end of their contract term. Additionally, TRU is offering a seasonal commuter parking permit to cyclists, which is valid from Nov. 15 to Mar. 15 for either economy ($200) or general ($250) lots.
British Columbia
Nelson
8,000 CAD
Post-purchase low-interest loan
Nelson E-Bike Program
The E-Bike program provides low-interest financing for Nelson homeowners who would like to purchase a commuter bike including electric bikes, do-it-yourself conversion kits, non-electric bikes and accessories that are related to safety and commuting (does not include clothing). The loan is applied monthly on the home owner’s Nelson Hydro electric bill and repaid over the term of the loan. The maximum loan amount is $8,000 per household, which can support the purchase of more than one bike. Participants can choose an amortization period of two or five years, with an interest rate of 3.5% (subject to change each year). The program will be available to City of Nelson residents who own their own homes.
British Columbia
North Vancouver
1,600 CAD
North Vancouver E-Bike Program
E-bikes, e-tricycles and front-drive wheelchair attachments will all fall under the incentive program which will see buyers receive up to $1,600. The program, which is slated to begin in Quarter 1 of 2023, will be targeted towards median-to-low-income earners in the district, who will then be eligible for an incentive between $400 and $1,600, determined by household size. The total cost of the program is budgeted to be $135,000, inclusive of administration costs, allowing 100 households access to the program.
British Columbia
Powell River
1,700 CAD
Post-purchase rebate
Clean BC
Clean BC offers $1,700 to non-profits and businesses for electric cargo bikes The program also includes a $2,000 rebate for an electric motorcycle, and up to $5000 for other “low speed vehicles”
British Columbia
Province-wide
1,700 CAD
Post-purchase rebate
Scrap-It
- The SCRAP-IT program offers a $750 rebate for the purchase of an electric bike from a participating retailer. - The minimum retail purchase price of the electric bicycle that qualifies for the $750 SCRAP-IT rebate is $1,200 (twelve-hundred dollars) before taxes. - The program requires the person who scrapped the vehicle to be the recipient of the rebate. The receipt must be in the name of the person who scrapped the vehicle. - Once you have been approved, you have 30 days to purchase your electric bike from a participating bike retailer, scrap your vehicle and claim your rebate. - All electric bikes must be purchased from a SCRAP-IT program partner who is a BC-based business or has a business location operating in BC with a valid BC business license.
British Columbia
Province-wide
Sales tax waiver
BC Provincial Sales Tax E-Bike Discount
The government of British Columbia does not offer any rebates or subsidies for the purchase of e-bikes. However, e-bikes qualify for an exemption from PST (Provincial Sales Tax) when certain requirements are met. To qualify, an e-bike must have pedals or hand cranks that allow for the bike to be propelled by human power, wheels that measure 350mm or more in diameter, the electric motor or motors must not be capable of propelling the bike at a speed greater than 32 km/hr on level ground and must not have a continuous output power rating that exceeds 500W in total, and must not have a combustion engine.
British Columbia
West Vancouver
500 CAD
West Vancouver E-Bike Incentive
The pilot program will use an estimated budget of $135,000 to offer two tiers of incentives, either $500 or $1500, based on household income.
Nova Scotia
Province-wide
500 CAD
Point-of-sale discount
Electrify Nova Scotia
The Electrify Rebate Program in Nova Scotia offers rebates for the purchase or lease of qualifying BEVs, PHEVs and e-bikes purchased or leased from dealerships and retailers located in Nova Scotia on or after February 24, 2021. E-bikes retailing for $1,200 or over are eligible for a $500 rebate. All rebates must be applied at the time of purchase from the dealership. Used e-bikes and new e-bikes ordered from third-party online retailers such as Amazon and Alibaba.com, directly from e-bike makers, or from individual private sellers are not eligible for a rebate.
Ontario
Toronto
Tax Liability Credit
Toronto E-Bike Tax Incentive
The motion passed by Toronto City Council includes financial incentives for purchasing all bikes, e-bikes, and other non-carbon vehicles that are approved for use on City of Toronto roadways and cycling infrastructure. The amount for the incentive has not been announced yet
Prince Edward Island
Province-wide
500 CAD
Point-of-sale discount OR Post-purchase rebate
Prince Edward Island E-Bike Incentive
The Government of Prince Edward Island is offering eligible Islanders and organizations a $500 rebate for those who purchase an e-Bike (Power Assisted Bicycle). Island residents are eligible for one e-Bike rebate per calendar year, while non-profits, businesses, public agencies, or any entity operating or registered in PEI (including Island municipalities, First Nations, Indigenous Organizations, and organizations that support Indigenous Peoples, but excluding provincial, crown, and federal government agencies) are eligible for up to five e-Bike rebates per calendar year. Eligible e-Bikes must retail for $1,200 (inclusive of sales and discounts, but exclusive of taxes and delivery fees) or more, have a maximum speed of 32 km/h, an electric motor of 500 watts or less, two or three wheels that touch the ground, a maximum weight of 120kg, and meet all other regulations as set out by the Highway Safety Act. Some retailers in Prince Edward Island will be offering a Point-of-Sale Incentive for e-Bikes, which automatically subtracts the $500 rebate from the total cost of the bike. Island residents and organizations can also purchase their e-Bike online or from a different retailer, and apply for the rebate after the purchase.
Quebec
Province-wide
2,000 CAD
Transport Green
Many countries and local governments offer rebates and subsidies for electric bikes. These incentives can range from discounts on the purchase price to tax credits and other forms of financial support. In some cases, the incentives are available for both new and used ebikes. Check with your local government to see if there are any incentives available in your area.
Yukon
Province-wide
750 CAD
Point-of-sale discount OR Post-purchase rebate
Clean-energy rebates
- 25% of the cost of a new electric bicycle up to a maximum of $750 - 25% of the cost of a new electric cargo bicycle up to a maximum of $1,500 - Eligible applicants include Yukon residents (2 rebates) and organizations/businesses registered in Yukon (10 rebates) - Rebates are calculated on the cost of the bicycle only and exclude costs such as accessories, shipping, and assembly. - Rebates can be applied for directly from the Yukon Government or from Yukon vendors.
United States
Nationwide
E-bike loan
Clean Energy Credit Union E-Bike Loans
- 0.50% rate discount on clean energy loans for qualifying projects - Automatic loan payments withdrawn from your checking account or credit card may qualify for a 2.00% discount - Residents in certain counties and states may be eligible for a 0.50% rate discount after providing proof of registration in the the following programs: New York State NYSERDA program, Colorado State RENU program, Clean Energy Advantage “CEA” program in Maryland and Washington DC, and City of Bloomington Green Home Improvement program.
California
Bay Area
7,500 USD
Voucher with vehicle trade-in
Clean Cars For All
The Clean Cars for All program offers qualifying Bay Area residents the option to dismantle their old car in exchange for $7,500 in grant funding to use on public transit and for the purchase of an electric bicycle (e-bike) and bike accessories. Funds awarded for these mobility options are loaded onto pre-paid cards that are valid for either 30 months or until all funds are expended, whichever occurs sooner. Qualifying e-bikes must be equipped with fully operable pedals, an electric motor of 750 watts or less, and be clearly labeled as either Class 1, Class 2, or Class 3.
California
Berkeley
E-bike loan
Berkeley E-Bike Access
The City of Berkeley has awarded Waterside Workshops a $250,000 grant to create an electric bike (or “e-bike”) access program that will provide e-bikes to income-qualified Berkeley households. Additionally, Waterside will offer training and safety lessons for program participants, and will collect information on e-bike usage to help inform future climate equity actions.
California
City of Alameda
600 USD
Post-purchase rebate
AMP Rebates & Incentives - Electric Bicycles
AMP offers generous rebates on electric bicycles (e-bikes) and other electric vehicle chargers. Contact AMP for more information about their rebate programs.
California
Contra Costa and Marin Counties
1,000 USD
voucher
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge E-Bike Commute Program
The Richmond-San Rafael Bridge E-Bike Commute Program provides eligible commuters a voucher to save 80% or up to $1000, whichever is less, on a new e-bike from participating bike shops. Plus, participants can earn additional rewards for riding their e-bike across the bridge!
California
Contra Costa County
500 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Contra Costa Electric Bicycle Rebate Program
The 511 Contra Costa Electric Bicycle Rebate Program offers rebates of $150 to $500 for adults (18+) living in Contra Costa County who purchase a new e-bike within the last six months. Low income applicants may be eligible for a rebate of up to $500. The rebate program is funded by the local Measure J half-cent sales tax, which supports programs encouraging alternatives to the single occupant vehicle.
California
Contra Costa County
500 USD
Charge Up E-bike Rebate Program
The Charge Up E-Bike Rebate Program offers rebates of up to $500 for the purchase of a new electric bicycle and up to $250 for the conversion of an existing bicycle to an electric bicycle. The program is funded by the Contra Costa Transportation Authority and administered by Mobility Matters.
California
East Bay (Alameda County, Tracy, and Stockton)
East Bay Community Energy E-Bike Incentive Program
EBCE is offering a $6 million e-Bike program for residents throughout their service area. This program includes a $2 million e-Bike lending program and a $4 million e-Bike incentive program. The program will also include incentives for low-income customers who are on a CARE electricity rate. The program will be available across EBCE’s service territory of Alameda County and the City of Tracy, as well as in the City of Stockton which is taking EBCE service starting in 2024.
California
Healdsburg
700 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Healdsburg Electric Bike Rebate
- City of Healdsburg Electric Bike Rebate: $700 for income-qualified CARE customers, $400 for an e-bike purchased in Healdsburg, $300 for an e-bike purchased outside of Healdsburg, $50 for an e-bike conversion attachment kit.
California
Monterey County
Post-purchase rebate
E-bikes for Veterans
The Sea Otter Classic Foundation is raising funds to supply e-Bikes to the Veterans Transition Center of Monterey County to help the veterans they serve transition from crisis to self-sufficiency. To date, they have donated 8 e-Bikes and counting. These bikes provide a personally empowering and independent form of transportation for veterans in need. At the present time, the Foundation is only able to provide e-Bikes to the Veterans Transition Center for their use.
California
Mountain View
500 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Google TDM Program
Google's bike and e-bike lending program offers free loan of high-quality electric-assisted and conventional bicycles for a period of six months to interested employees. Additionally, Google has implemented innovative commute options for commuters, such as transportation demand management (TDM) programs, to reduce traffic and parking demand at their headquarters in Silicon Valley.
California
Oakland
Lending Library
Oakland Electric Bike Library
In this proposed program, local bike shops in low-income neighborhoods of Oakland would rent out the bikes in partnership with GRID Alternatives, a nonprofit that works to improve access to carbon-free transportation options.
California
Palo Alto
1,000 USD
Point-of-sale discount
Ride and Drive Clean E-Bike Discount
Many local governments and utility companies offer rebates and subsidies for purchasing an electric bike. Check with your local government or utility company to see if any rebates or subsidies are available. Additionally, the Ride and Drive Clean Ebike Discount Campaign offers up to $1,000 or 40% off select models and 10% off all full price Ebike models.
California
Redding
1,150 USD
Point-of-sale discount with application
Redding Electric Utility Electrification Rebate Program
The City of Redding Electric Utility offers an e-Bike program that provides a point-of-purchase voucher of up to $1150 towards the purchase of an eligible e-Bike, lock, and helmet for income-qualified customers.
California
Richmond
1,000 USD
voucher
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge E-Bike Commute Program
You could receive up to $1000 off a new electric bike! The Richmond-San Rafael Bridge E-Bike Commute Program provides eligible commuters a voucher to save 80% or up to $1000, whichever is less, on a new e-bike from participating bike shops. Plus, participants can earn additional rewards for riding their e-bike across the bridge!
California
San Diego County
Ride-to-own
Pedal Ahead Program
The Pedal Ahead program offers a loan-to-own program that enables eligible participants to work toward owning an eBike by completing program requirements. Initial funding for the program was provided by San Diego County, The Left Coast Fund, The San Diego Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund, and SDG&E. The California Statewide eBike Incentive Program has not yet started, but announcements will be forthcoming.
California
San Fernando Valley
Lending Library
Electro Bici
The Electro-Bici program is made possible by a $500,000 grant from the LADWP. The program also offers free e-bikes to Northeast San Fernando Valley residents.
California
San Francisco
Free e-bikes
San Francisco E-Bike Delivery Pilot
This program will cost $559,000, which will be covered by a grant from the California Energy Commission. Drivers will receive bikes, helmets, locks, saddle bags, rain jackets and other accessory gear free of charge and indefinitely. The program, administered by the nonprofit GRID Alternatives, will also include complimentary insurance as well as safety training from the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
California
San Gabriel Valley
Lending Library
GoSGV
GoSGV offers a variety of rebates and subsidies for e-bikes. For the Classic Commuter model, the rate is $49/month for the first 3 months. For students, the rate is $39/month, and for income-qualifying riders, the rate is $19/month. For the Cargo/Family bike, the rate starts at $129/month (up to 2 months). Group/Business/Income-Qualified rates are available upon request. Additional fees may apply, such as a delivery fee of $45, a deposit of $250-$500, and a theft policy fee.
California
San Mateo County
1,000 USD
Point-of-sale discount
E-Bikes for Everyone
- Up to $1,000 rebate or 80% of purchase price, whichever is less, for eligible residents of San Mateo County or the City of Los Banos - Eligible applicants must show proof of participation in an eligible program or qualifying household income - Rebate can be used to purchase an e-bike with operable pedals and an electric motor of less than or equal to 750 watts, and must be new - Accessories, bike locks, and helmets are not included - Partnership with El Concilio and Silicon Valley Bike Coalition to provide assistance with applications, additional resources, and free trainings
California
Santa Barbara
Lending Library
Traffic Solutions EZBike
EZBike Project for Employers offers lunch and learn demonstrations to employers who would like to support ebike use. Participants must be residents or commuters in Santa Barbara County and aged 16+ (Class I and II) or 18+ (Class III). There are also community events scheduled from time to time, which can be accessed through the SurveyMonkey tool and EZBike Reservation Portal. Additionally, Traffic Solutions offers Emergency Ride Home for ebike users.
California
Santa Clara
500 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Santa Clara Electric Bicycle Rebate
• Electric Bicycle Rebate - Purchase an electric bicycle and receive a rebate up to $300. Income-qualified customers can receive an additional rebate up to $200. • Low Income Electric Vehicle Rebate - Income-qualified customers are now eligible for a rebate up to $1500 for purchasing an electric vehicle. • Low Income Solar Grant Program - Provides qualified homeowners with a free solar photovoltaic (PV) system. The program provides a grant of $3.50 per watt, up to 3 kilowatts DC to cover the costs of the system. • Pool Pump Rebate - Install a new Variable Speed Pool Filtration Pump and receive a $100 rebate. • Smart Electric Panel Rebate - Upgrade to a Smart Electric Panel to receive a rebate of $2,000. Income-qualified customers may be eligible for a bonus rebate of $1,000, for a total of $3,000. Customers who meet the LIHEAP income qualifications may be eligible for a bonus rebate of $1,000, for a total of $4,000.
California
Santa Cruz
800 USD
Point-of-sale discount with application
Go Santa Cruz E-Bike Rebate Program
- Individuals who work in Downtown Santa Cruz and/or are employed by the City of Santa Cruz are eligible for the Go Santa Cruz E-Bike Rebate Program. - There are $800 rebates for low income qualified individuals and $400 base rebates for non low income qualified individuals. - To receive the rebate voucher, applicants must complete an application, watch a Bike Safety Training and complete a Training Quiz and Baseline Survey. - Low income individuals must provide documentation verifying their enrollment in a low-income assistance program (i.e. PGE Cares, CalFresh, Medicaid, WIC, Calworks, etc).
California
Santa Monica
Lending Library
Family Cargo Bike Loaner Program
The City of Santa Monica is offering an electric assist family cargo bike loaner program beginning in the 2020/21 school year. The program will allow parents of kids at eligible schools to check out a family cargo bike for a one-week trial period at no cost to the participants. Additionally, the City of Santa Monica is offering a Santa Monica Commuter Membership, which provides discounts on bike maintenance and repairs, bike education, and bike valet services.
California
South Coast Area (Including LA)
7,500 USD
Voucher with vehicle trade-in
Replace Your Ride
The Replace Your Ride Program offers up to $9,500 in rebates and subsidies for the purchase of an ebike in lieu of a clean replacement vehicle. The program is limited to vehicle owners residing in the jurisdiction of the South Coast Management District who meet the income and vehicle requirements.
California
statewide
Point-of-sale discount OR Post-purchase rebate
University of CA E-bike Purchase Discount
UC will provide access to a pre-tax program to pay for transit costs and a UC-negotiated e-bike purchase discount program within 12 months of ratification. UC also agrees to attempt to negotiate reduced-fee or no-fee access to regional transit system(s).
California
Statewide
1,500 USD
Point-of-sale discount with application
CalBike Affordability Campaign (CARB)
The incentives program will launch in the first quarter of 2023 and will be open to people living anywhere in California. Qualifying applicants may be able to get a voucher of up to $1,000 for a regular e-bike and up to $1,750 for a cargo or adaptive e-bike. People whose income is under 225% FPL or who live in disadvantaged (DAC) census tracts qualify for additional incentives of up to $250. To qualify for the incentive program, participants’ household income is capped at 300% of the federal poverty level (FPL). The program will support the purchase of Class 1 (up to 20 mph, pedal assist only) and Class 2 (up to 20 mph, pedal assist and throttle) e-bikes and Class 3 (up to 28 mph, pedal assist only). Participants must purchase a bike from a California bike shop or online from a company with a business location in California.
Colorado
Avon
200 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Avon E-Bike Rebate
Avon residents can get a $200 rebate when they purchase a new e-bike for running errands or commuting to work. A $100 rebate for used e-bikes with a minimum purchase price of $500 is also available.
Colorado
Boulder
Ride-to-own
Can-Do Community Challenge
This program is made possible with a generous grant by the Colorado Energy Office and in partnership with University of Colorado, Boulder Community Health, Small Planet eBikes, City of Boulder and Boulder County. Participants receive a two year loaner-to-owner program requiring a fee of $250 to be paid in full before receiving their ebike. The value of the bike and accessories is over $1500. Participants will also receive a free tune up with Small Planet eBikes at 150 miles and a 2-year Membership to Community Cycles, including an invitation to participate in classes and workshops on bicycle maintenance at low or no cost.
Colorado
Cortez, Delores, Mancos, Monticello & other Empire Electric towns
150 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Empire Electric Association Outdoor Power Equipment Rebates
Empire Electric Association, Inc. offers a variety of rebates and subsidies for ebikes. These include discounts on the purchase of new ebikes, as well as discounts on energy-saving accessories such as chargers and batteries. Contact Empire Electric Association, Inc. for more information.
Colorado
Denver
1,700 USD
Point-of-sale discount with application
The City and County of Denver offers e-bike and e-cargo bike instant rebates to Denver residents. The rebate vouchers are an upfront discount on the sale price of an e-bike from a participating bike shop. There are two types of rebate vouchers available: Standard Rebate (up to $300 for an e-bike or up to $500 for an e-cargo bike) and Income-Qualified Rebate (up to $1,200 for an e-bike or up to $1,400 for an e-cargo bike). Adaptive Rebate (up to $1,400 for an adaptive e-bike) is also available for persons with disabilities. The rebate vouchers are released every other month and are available on www.denverclimaterebates.com.
Colorado
Denver
Lending Library
Can-Do Community Challenge
The Climate Protection Fund (CPF) will provide free e-bikes to income qualified essential workers in the Denver neighborhoods of Sun Valley, Globeville, Elyria and Swansea. The CPF is also funding a pilot program in Sun Valley to provide e-bikes to residents of affordable housing. The e-bikes will be manufactured in Denver by FattE-Bikes. Denver has partnered with the Colorado Energy Office to provide additional funding for the e-bike program.
Colorado
Durango
150 USD
Post-purchase rebate
La Plata Electric Association E-Bike Rebate
LPEA offers rebates to members for purchasing electric bikes and outdoor electric equipment. The rebate amounts vary depending on the type of equipment purchased, with a maximum combined rebate per member per year of $300 (riding lawn mower excepted). Eligible equipment includes snow blowers, lawn mowers, leaf blowers, trimmer/pruners, power washers, chainsaws, and electric bikes. Rebates are remitted as a bill credit and applications must be submitted within 90 days of purchase.
Colorado
Durango
Free e-bikes
Can-Do Community Challenge
The Colorado Energy Office provided a $50,000 grant to the 4 Corners Office of Resource Efficiency, aka 4CORE, to increase access to e-bikes, reduce emissions and provide a healthy alternative for commuting. The program is called “Roll to Restaurants” and will provide 16 low-income restaurant workers with e-bikes, helmets, LED lights, locks, panniers, and training from Roll’s co-owner. The bikes are Class II e-bikes, meaning they are pedal-assist with a throttle. The program is done with support from the City of Durango, LPEA and the Fort Lewis College Environmental Center.
Colorado
Edwards Metro District
200 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Edwards Ebike Rebates
Edwards, Colorado offers rebates and subsidies for ebikes to help reduce emissions and promote sustainability. To apply for these rebates and subsidies, please fill out the form provided on their website.
Colorado
Fort Collins
Can-Do Community Challenge
The Can Do Colorado eBike Pilot Program provides resources to local communities and businesses to help safely reopen the economy after COVID-19 restrictions and work toward a healthier, more sustainable future. As part of this initiative, the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) committed $500,000 toward an eBike pilot that increases access to eBikes for low-income essential workers. CEO awarded five organizations and the City and County of Denver awarded an additional two organizations. Awarded organizations include 4CORE in Durango, City of Fort Collins, Community Cycles in Boulder, Pueblo County, Smart Commute Metro-North, Northeast Transportation Connections, and West Corridor TMA. These organizations are providing rebates and subsidies for eBikes to low-income essential workers.
Colorado
Glenwood Springs
50 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Holy Cross Energy E-Bike Rebate
Holy Cross Energy is offering a $50 rebate when you purchase a new e-bike for running errands or commuting to work. HCE members living in the Edwards Metro District may be eligible for an additional $200 rebate. All qualifications for a specific project must be met in order to receive a rebate for that project. Receipts/invoices must be for projects completed no more than 90 days (3 months) prior to the date that rebate application was submitted. E-bike must be new; no rebate for resale or converting bike to e-bike.
Colorado
Granby
150 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Mountain Parks Electric E-Bike Rebate
MPE offers a 25% discount on e-bikes, up to $150.
Colorado
Gunnison
150 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Gunnison County Electric Assocation E-Bike Rebate
GCE offers a 25% discount on e-bikes, up to $150.
Colorado
Holyoke, Sterling, Ovid area
150 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Highline Electric Outdoor Power Equipment Rebates
Highline Electric Association offers a rebate program for electric bikes. To receive the rebate, members must submit a completed rebate form along with a valid W-9 form. The rebate form can be downloaded from the Highline Electric Association website.
Colorado
Pueblo County
Ride-to-own
Can-Do Community Challenge
Through the e-Cycle to Own Program, income-approved essential workers in Pueblo County, in partnership with the City of Pueblo, Pueblo West Metropolitan District, active community members, and local non-profit organizations, will receive e-Bikes (electric bicycles) with accessories (helmet, U-lock cable, headlamp, portable pump, and spare tubes). To be eligible in the program process, a proof of residence and proof of income indicating an annual salary of not more than $35,000 will be required. Registration will be open from December 1, 2022 through February 8, 2023.
Colorado
Smart Commute Metro-North
Can-Do Community Challenge
The Can Do Colorado Community Challenge provided $500,000 towards an eBike pilot program that increases access to eBikes for low-income essential workers. Through the mini-pilot, 13 low-income essential workers in the greater Denver area received a Momentum LaFree E+ eBike (Class 1) and equipment including a helmet, pump, lock, lights and more at no cost. The Can Do Colorado eBike Spring 2021 Pilot Program provided five organizations and the City and County of Denver with funding to distribute 156 eBikes throughout the State of Colorado, with another 25 planned in Spring 2022, and 50 eBike share memberships.
Colorado
Statewide
SB 22-193
Section 2 of SB 22-193 creates the community access to electric bicycles grant program (electric bicycles grant program) through which the office awards grant money to local governments, tribal governments, and nonprofit organizations that administer or plan to administer a bike share program or an ownership program for the provision of electric bicycles in a community. Section 2 also creates the community access to electric bicycles rebate program (rebate program) through which the office provides rebates for purchases of electric bicycles and equipment used for commuting purposes to individuals in low- and moderate-income households, businesses, or nonprofit organizations (program participants) or bicycle shops that sell electric bicycles to program participants at discounted prices. On June 30, 2022, the state treasurer shall transfer $12 million from the general fund to the community access to electric bicycles cash fund (fund), which fund is created in the act. The fund may also consist of money from federal sources and from gifts, grants, and donations. The money in the fund is continuously appropriated to the office for its administration of the electric bicycles grant program and the rebate program.
Connecticut
Statewide
500 USD
Point-of-sale discount
Connecticut Electric Bicycle Incentive Program
Connecticut's E-Bike Incentive Program provides rebates and/or vouchers of at least $500 for eligible E-bikes with an MSRP of $3,000 or less. The program prioritizes providing vouchers to residents of environmental justice (EJ) communities, residents having household incomes at or below three hundred percent of the federal poverty level, and residents who participate in certain state and federal assistance programs (LMI).
District of Columbia
District of Columbia
200 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Get Paid to Pedal
goDCgo is offering a limited time $200 rebate towards the purchase of a new ebike or a complimentary ebike tune-up service for those who already own an ebike. Additionally, the first 100 pledgers will receive an annual Capital Bikeshare membership. The goDCgo blog also offers tips for biking through the fall and winter seasons.
Hawaii
Statewide
500 USD
Post-purchase rebate
SB 3158
Up to $500 or 20% of the retail price is available for eligible purchases of newly purchased electric bicycles and electric mopeds. Applications open at 12 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2023. Eligibility criteria includes being 18 years of age or older, and participation in a low-income assistance program such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or Section 8, or not owning a motor vehicle with four or more wheels, or being enrolled in a school, college, or university.
Maine
South Portland
500 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Electrify Everything!
- Electric Bike (E-Bike): $300 rebate - E-Cargo Bike: $500 rebate - Eligibility: South Portland residents with household income up to 100% of Area Median Income (e.g. below $111,700 for a family of 4)
Massachusetts
Boston
- Massachusetts has a $1M state rebate program to offset the cost of e-bikes with $500 rebates to consumers and $750 rebates for low-income consumers. - The Electric Bicycle Incentive Kickstart for the Environment Act (E-BIKE Act) allows a refundable tax credit for 30% of the cost of a qualified electric bicycle. - MassBike is advocating for the ability to apply the rebate retroactively.
Massachusetts
Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard
1,200 USD
Point-of-sale discount
The Cape Light Compact, with funding from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, is offering an Income-Eligible E-Bike Incentive program. The Compact will issue vouchers to income-eligible participants that can be used at participating bike shops to cover 75% of the cost of a Class 1 e-bike, or up to $1,200. Additionally, the voucher will also cover up to $125 toward the cost of bike accessories (e.g., helmet, bike lock, bike lights, or pump). Customers will also receive a $100 gift card from the Compact if they schedule and complete a Home Energy Audit through the Cape Light Compact (gift cards will be issued upon completion of the Audit). Grant funds are limited. Vouchers will be issued on a first come, first served basis. The Compact will also cover the cost of bike maintenance for the year following purchase.
Massachusetts
Springfield and other Gateway Cities
Free e-bikes
-Massachusetts offers a rebate program to offset the cost of e-bikes with $500 rebates to consumers – and $750 rebates for low-income consumers. -The Electric Bicycle Incentive Kickstart for the Environment Act or the E-BIKE Act allows a refundable tax credit for 30% of the cost of a qualified electric bicycle.
Massachusetts
Statewide
750 USD
Point-of-sale discount
H 3262
The bill passed into law by Governor Baker allocates $1 million to establish a state rebate program that would offer $500 rebates for e-bike buyers and $750 rebates for low-income e-bike buyers. The rebates are described as being up to 40 percent of the retail price for the purchase of new and used electric bicycles. The rebates are available at the point of sale through Massachusetts owned and operated bicycle retailers.
Massachusetts
Worcester
Free e-bikes
Worcester E-Bike Program
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center's (MassCEC) Accelerating Clean Transportation for All (ACT4All) Program awarded grant funding to MassBike to conduct a 2-year program to distribute electric bicycles and track their usage amongst select populations in the City of Worcester. MassBike is offering free e-bikes to low-income residents in Worcester and providing subsidies for the purchase of e-bikes.
Michigan
Ann Arbor
100 USD
Point-of-sale discount
A2ZERO
This program offers residents a $150 rebate for new e-bike purchases.
New York
Buffalo and Niagara Falls
Lending Library
East Side Bike Club
East Side Bike Club provides an e-bike lending library for Buffalo residents, as well as additional bike-community events.
New York
New York City
Low-interest loan
Equitable Commute Project
E-Bike Loan NYC provides access to sustainability micromobility through a low-cost e-bike loan for employees of participating employers. There is no minimum credit score requirement and no hidden costs. Additionally, employees can use their NYCID to sign up.
Ohio
Columbus
The City of Columbus offers a rebate of up to $100 for the purchase of an ebike. The rebate is available to all Columbus residents and is valid for purchases made between January 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021.
Oregon
Ashland
600 USD
Post-purchase rebate
- Ashland Electric customers are eligible for a cash incentive of up to $1,000 for the purchase of an eligible electric bicycle. - Ashland Electric customers are eligible for a cash incentive of up to $1,000 for the registration of an eligible EV. - Commercial and workplace charging incentives are available for businesses. - There is no fee to use the public chargers.
Oregon
Bend
2,000 USD
Point-of-sale discount with application
The City of Bend is offering a rebate of $2,000 each to 75 qualified transportation-disadvantaged, low-income households in Bend to be used toward the purchase of an e-bike. The rebate will be paid directly to the retailers, removing as many financial barriers as possible for participants. Participants will be able to visit a participating retailer and automatically deduct the $2,000 from the purchase at the point of sale. The rebates will be awarded via a lottery process, and the first lottery will take place in the Spring. Funding for this grant is made possible by the Oregon Clean Fuels Program, administered by the state Department of Environmental Quality.
Oregon
Corvallis / Benton County
1,200 USD
Point-of-sale discount with application
Empower Benton County E-Bike program
- The City of Corvallis received a grant from Pacific Power to incentivize the purchase of electric bicycles (E-bikes) for eligible participants. - The instant rebate is $200 less than the purchase price; maximum of $1,200. - The instant rebate may be used to purchase an electric bicycle, as defined under Oregon State law, as well as a bicycle helmet, safety vest, bike light(s), and bike lock(s). - The City has grant funding for a total of approximately 50 rebates. - The instant rebate will be applied at the time of sale. - The instant rebate will need to be used to purchase and take delivery of an E-bike by December 31, 2021. - One option available to program participants is to apply for a personal loan through Community Lending Works. - E-bike retailers may also have financing options. - Completed applications need to be received by July 12, 2021 at 11:00 PM.
Oregon
Eugene
300 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Eugene Water and Electric Board Ebike Rebate
EWEB offers a $300 e-bike incentive to increase access to more affordable, zero emission electric bikes and support the community’s commitment to transportation electrification and active transportation options. The applicant must be the purchaser of the bicycle and be an EWEB residential electric customer with an active account or an authorized individual under the account. Rebate is $300 and not to exceed the cost of e-bicycle. Only two rebates per EWEB residential electric account. New electric bicycles must have been purchased on or after January 1, 2022. Professionally-installed conversions must have been purchased on or after October 1, 2022. Applicants must complete an application and submit it along with a paid invoice or bill of sale showing the bicycle brand and model, purchase price, date of purchase, vendor or shop name, and if available, the address matching the active EWEB residential electric account on the program application.
Rhode Island
Statewide
1,000 USD
Post-purchase rebate
DRIVE EV / Erika Niedowski Memorial Electric Bicycle Rebate Program
- Standard Rebate: Save up to $400, or 30% (whichever is less) of the final purchase of an e-bike, or e-cargo bike. Limit of 2 rebates per household. - Income-Qualified Rebate: Save up to $1,000, or 75% (whichever is less) on the total purchase of an e-bike, or e-cargo bike. Limit of 2 rebates per household. - Income Guidelines are based upon State Median Income calculations with a calculation methodology. - Must apply for the e-bike rebate within 180 days (6 months) of e-bike purchase date.
Texas
Austin
600 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Electric Ride (E-Ride) Rebate from Austin Energy
Austin Energy offers rebates for eligible E-bikes, scooters, mopeds, and motorcycles purchased on or after January 1, 2023. Rebate amounts vary depending on the type of electric vehicle purchased up to $600 for ebikes & a rebate incentive for fleet investments up to $800 per ebike.
Vermont
Burlington
200 USD
Point-of-sale discount
- $200 E-Bike Rebate available to Burlington residents or businesses when purchasing an e-bike from a participating retail shop. - Online Rebate available for non-local purchases. - E-bike and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Burlington. - Special financing rates on loans for e-bikes and other purchases from Opportunities Credit Union and VSECU. - Free bike consultation on electric bikes, e-cargo bikes, and more from VBike.
Vermont
Colchester + Surrounding areas
200 USD
Point-of-sale discount
- Customers of Green Mountain Power can save $200 when they buy a new eBike for their commute. - Rebate is valid for ebikes with a pretax price of at least $500, purchased between 1/1/23-12/31/23. - Rebate is only for commuters switching from fossil fuel, not recreational bikes. - Participating bike shops can provide customers with the rebate directly when they make their purchase. - Customers will need to provide the retailer their GMP account information from their energy statement.
Vermont
Statewide
3,000 USD
Voucher with vehicle trade-in
Replace Your Ride
The state of Vermont has launched an incentive program that will help residents scrap and replace old gas cars with new or used eligible electric vehicles (EVs) or plug-in electric vehicles (PHEVs). Incentives of $3,000 are available on a first-come, first-served basis to income-eligible Vermont residents who hand in a gas car that’s at least 10 years old – that’s model year 2012 or older – and switch to a new or used plug-in electric vehicle. The incentive can be stacked with one of the existing (new or used) incentives. Information on the other programs is available at the Drive Electric Vermont’s website. For the second phase of the program, eligible applicants can receive a card preloaded with a $3,000 voucher to use on eligible clean transportation expenses at participating electric bike shops or for shared mobility options.
Vermont
Statewide
Lending Library
Local Motion and its partners at municipal, regional, and state levels offer several opportunities across the state for Vermonters to test ride different e-bike models. Visit the E-Bike Promotions and Resources page for more info about free consultations, rebates, low and no-interest loans, e-bike regulations, and more.
Vermont
Town of Stowe
200 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Stowe Electric is offering a rebate for the purchase of a qualifying Class 1 e-bike. Customers can receive a direct rebate of $75.00 for a residential e-bike and $1,250.00 for a commercial e-bike. In addition, Stowe Electric is offering rebates of $25.00 for residential and $75.00 for commercial customers purchasing qualified electric products such as trimmers and blowers. The State of Vermont is also offering incentives to Vermonters for the purchase or lease of an EV. The MileageSmart program provides low and moderate income car buyers an incentive covering 25% of the upfront cost of a used high efficiency vehicle, up to $5,000. The Replace Your Ride program is a limited-time incentive program to consumers who scrap their old Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicle in favor of a new or used plug-in electric vehicle or a pre-paid clean mobility card. The rebate amount for this program has been designated at $3,000 for each eligible scrapped ICE vehicle. Customers may also qualify for up to $7,500 in federal tax incentives depending on the size of the battery and their annual tax liability. There are also incentives available directly from some automakers and auto dealers.
Vermont
Vermont
Low-interest loan
VSECU VGreen Energy Improvement Loan
-Ebike rebates of up to $200 may be available from many Vermont utilities. -Low-interest energy improvement loans are available to help finance e-bikes. -Green vehicle loans are available with lower rates and extended terms for green make and model bikes. -The VGreen Investment Tax Credit (ITC) Loan is a great option if you’re looking to finance a qualifying project or purchase, such as an electric bicycle.
Vermont
VPPSA-Serviced areas
100 USD
Post-purchase rebate
VPPSA member customers are eligible for a $100 rebate for an e-bike or retrofit kit. To qualify, the e-bike or retrofit kit must be purchased at a Vermont-based store. Customers of VPPSA member utilities are eligible for this incentive to meet Vermont's Renewable Energy Standard, which supports utility programs that help customers reduce fossil fuel use from heating and transportation.
Vermont
Washington Electric Cooperative Service Area
200 USD
Post-purchase rebate
• Up to $200 towards the in-state purchase of a new electric bicycle. • WEC members are eligible to receive up to $1,000 towards the purchase of a new commercial electric lawn mower. • WEC members are eligible to receive up to $100 towards the purchase of a new electric lawn mower.
Washington
Seattle, other corporate offices nationally
400 USD
Post-purchase rebate
Amazon is offering a subsidy to cover the costs of bike maintenance, rentals, and more for employees who bike to work. This includes bike leases, bike share, maintenance, and bike parking. The monthly bike subsidy ranges from city to city to correspond with local parking costs, which can be up to $400.
Wisconsin
Madison
Lending Library
BCycle Community Pass Program (
The Madison Public Library Foundation has funded the Madison BCycle passes, making bike share more accessible in the community. Library card holders can check out one of the available Madison BCycle passes from any Madison Public Library location. Riders also have the option to check out a helmet as needed.