eBike Incentives in the US

As of 2024, several states in the U.S. have implemented various incentives for e-bike purchases to promote sustainable transportation and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Here's a summary of the e-bike incentives available in different states:

  1. California: Various regions in California, including Contra Costa County, Healdsburg, Monterey, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, and Los Angeles Counties, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Diego, and the San Francisco Bay Area, offer their own e-bike incentives. Programs vary in terms of eligibility and rebate amounts.

    • Monterey Bay Air Resources District: The Monterey Bay e-Bike Incentive Program (e-BIP) offers a $750 rebate for residents of Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz Counties. To be eligible, e-bikes must be new, have an original MSRP of at least $1,000, and be purchased from a local bike shop within these counties.

    • Contra Costa County: The Electric Bicycle Rebate Program offers rebates without income caps to all county residents. The standard rebate amount is $150, with a $300 rebate for those living at or below 400% of the federal poverty level. This program is an after-purchase rebate, available throughout the year on a rolling basis.

    • PCE Incentive: This program offers a point-of-sale voucher that covers up to 80% of the purchase price of e-bikes. Participants can buy e-bikes at contracted bike shops or elsewhere and then apply for reimbursement. The PCE program prioritizes low-income Californians and supports local bike shops.

    • East Bay Community Energy (EBCE): This program in Alameda County and the City of Tracy, along with the City of Stockton (starting in 2024), includes a $2 million e-Bike lending program and a $4 million e-Bike incentive program. It aims to provide equitable access to e-bikes and is dedicated to supporting income-qualified customers.

    • Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties: residents have the opportunity to participate in the "Replace Your Ride" incentive program. This program allows individuals to trade in their car for a cleaner alternative, such as an e-bike, with the potential to receive up to $9,500 to cover the cost of the purchase. To be eligible, residents must meet certain income criteria and their vehicle must qualify for replacement. This initiative is part of a broader effort to encourage more sustainable and environmentally friendly transportation options in the region
  2. Colorado: Colorado has a statewide e-bike rebate program and tax credit. The rebate program, which began in August 2023, offers rebates based on income, with amounts varying for different types of e-bikes. Additionally, starting April 1, 2024, Colorado will offer a $450 tax credit for e-bike purchases.

  3. Connecticut: The state’s Clean Air Act includes a rebate of at least $500 on e-bike purchases under $3,000 for residents within a set income threshold.

  4. Hawaii: Act 306 provides a 20% e-bike rebate, up to a maximum of $500, for students, low-income assistance program qualifiers, and those without a motor vehicle with four or more wheels.

  5. Maine, Minnesota, Vermont, and Washington: These states have announced new e-bike incentive programs with varying details. For example, Maine's program will include e-bikes in its electric vehicle rebate program, while Minnesota's program offers rebates up to $1,500 or 50-75% of the total e-bike cost based on income. Vermont has several programs, including one offering up to $5,000 for low-income residents to replace older vehicles with e-bikes. Washington has allocated funds for e-bike rebates of up to $1,200, depending on income.

  6. Massachusetts: The Transportation Bond Bill includes an e-bike rebate of up to $500, with up to $750 for low-income residents.

  7. Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, New Jersey, and New York: These states have legislation in progress for various e-bike incentives. For example, New York is considering rebates of up to 50% on e-bike purchases, while Illinois is looking into modifying its Electric Vehicle Rebate Act to include e-bikes.

These incentives reflect a growing trend towards encouraging e-bike adoption as a sustainable transportation alternative. The specifics of each program, including eligibility criteria and rebate amounts, can vary widely, so it's advisable to check the relevant state or local government websites for the most up-to-date information.


The information provided on this page regarding state-by-state electric bicycle (eBike) incentives is intended for general informational purposes only. While we strive to keep the information up to date and accurate, Cyberbike does not guarantee the completeness, reliability, or accuracy of this information.

The eBike incentives, rebates, and tax credits vary by state and region, and are subject to change based on local government policies and budget allocations. The specifics of each incentive program, including eligibility criteria, rebate amounts, and application processes, are determined by respective state or local governments and not by Cyberbike.

We encourage visitors to consult directly with the relevant state or local government websites or contact the appropriate agencies for the most current and detailed information regarding eBike incentives. Cyberbike is not responsible for any actions taken based on the information provided on this page, nor for any inaccuracies or omissions in the information.

This disclaimer applies to all information on this page, and Cyberbike disclaims any liability for any loss or damage of any kind arising from the use of, or reliance on, the information provided herein.

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