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E-Bike requirements in Ontario

To operate an e-bike in Ontario, the e-bike must have:

a maximum assisted speed of 32 km/h

a maximum weight of 120 kg (includes the weight of the bike and battery)

an electric motor not exceeding 500 watts

no modifications to the motor to allow it to exceed a power output greater than 500 watts and an assisted speed greater than 32 km/h

battery and electric motor securely fastened to the bicycle frame to prevent them from moving while the e-bike is operating

all electrical terminals properly insulated

minimum wheel width of 35 mm and minimum diameter of 350 mm

two independent braking systems that applies force to each wheel and is capable of bringing the e-bike, while being operated at a speed of 30 km/h, to a full stop within 9 metres, on a level asphalt surface, from the point at which the brakes were applied

Removing the pedals makes the e-bike a motor vehicle, which requires a licence, insurance and registration to operate. It is also illegal to modify your e-bike's electric motor to make it more powerful or to increase the assisted speed of the bike.


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