E-bike leasing

Why an electric bike?

Everything you need to know about electric bikes

The e-bike, a comfortable bike that takes you just a bit further than a city bike, making it ideal for commuting. This bike always gives you a boost, even when cycling up a high incline. The motor and battery ensure that support is generated and transmitted. You have them in versions with the battery in the luggage carrier or hidden in the frame.

A sporty version or rather one that looks like a regular city bike? Something for everyone! And did you know that the e-bike was also the most leased bike of 2021? You can read more about this in our blogs.

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Benefits of an e-bike

Any e-bike type & brand

Choice of all types of e-bikes from over 100 brands at over 1,500 locally affiliated bike shops.

Sustainable choice

Cycling to work is better for the environment. One bike saves as much CO2 as three flights to Paris.

All-in lease price

Carefree on the road. Your e-bike always includes maintenance, insurance and 24/7 roadside assistance.

Fiscal benefit

Leasing a bike is 25% to 80% cheaper than buying, at no cost to the employer and outside the WKR.

Popular e-bikes

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Choice of all types of bikes from over 350+ brands

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Frequently asked questions e-bikes

How long does an average electric bike last?

On average, the lifespan of an electric bike is between 8 and 12 years. Fortunately, you can control the battery life of your pedelec. With proper maintenance, almost all parts have a lifespan of 10 years.

How many km can an electric bike's motor last?

So an e-bike with a 200-watt battery will reach about 25 km with vigorous motor support. Do you use the supporting motor less? Then you will reach 40 km. The selected support setting also has an impact on how many km an e-bike battery lasts.

Is 10,000 km a lot for an electric bike?

If the bike has been well used and well maintained, there doesn't have to be anything wrong at 10,000 kilometres. Of course, if the bike is always outside and never gets a service, it is a different story.