Ebike Rebates and Incentives

Looking for savings? There may be an ebike subsidy in your local city or state! See if the ebike incentive programs below can help you get rolling.

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Rebates in Your Area

Keep your eye on this list to see if a locally-funded ebike incentive program is active in your area! Government ebike subsidies and grants as well as rebates from local power districts are taking off, so we’ll be updating this list to make sure you see the best opportunities for savings on your Rad purchase.

British Columbia

Vancouver - Scrap-It Vehicle Rebates & Incentives

Vancouver, B.C. residents can get up to $750 towards an ebike by scrapping an older car meeting certain requirements. To qualify for a Rad Power bike, the ebike must be worth at least $1200 pre-tax and be purchased directly from the Rad Power Vancouver retail store, with the receipt submitted within 30 days of purchase. Learn more about car and applicant eligibility and ebike purchase guidelines.

California

Alameda Municipal Power Service Area

Alameda Municipal Power customers can get up to $600 in rebates depending on bike price and income level. Ebikes purchased since July 1, 2022 qualify, and your receipt must be submitted with the application within 3 months of purchase. You'll receive your rebate within 1-2 months.

Learn more about the program.

Bay Area - Vehicle Replacement Program

Bay Area residents can get up to $7,500 towards an ebike and bike accessories (plus a transit card) by scrapping an older car meeting certain requirements, and if the person applying for the program meets certain zip code and income requirements. Learn more about car and applicant eligibility, and find out how you can maximize your grant to getting rolling on an ebike + public transit here.

Contra Costa County

Residents of Contra Costa County can get a $150 rebate from the County for a new electric bike purchase, or $300 if income-qualified. Receipt and other details must be submitted within 6 months of purchase.

Learn more about the program and apply here

Central Coast Community Energy Service Area

PROGRAM NOW CLOSED

Customers of Central Coast Community Energy can get a rebate of between $500 and $1,000, depending on income level and ebike price. Submit your proof of purchase by November 15, 2022 to get a rebate check in approximately 45 days. Program now closed as of September 2022; stay tuned for any updates.

Healdsburg

Customers of Healdsburg Electric can get up to a $300 reimbursement for bikes purchased online! Receipt and other details must be submitted within 6 months of purchase.
Learn more about the program and apply here

Santa Clara

Silicon Valley Power residential customers can get a rebate for 10% of the purchase price of a new ebike, up to $300 plus up to an additional $200 if income qualified. Application must be submitted within 60 days of purchase. Funding is limited, so act quickly!
Learn more here

Colorado

Denver

Thanks to Denver’s ebike and ecargo bike instant rebate program, you could save up to $1,700 upfront! Have a voucher from the City of Denver? Visit us at our Denver pop-up store to make your purchase. The City of Denver has stopped issuing vouchers as of 10/24/22 through the rest of the year, but plans to restart in 2023. Check back for more!
Learn more here

Edwards

If you’re a resident of the Edwards Metro District, you can submit a receipt for your new ebike within 180 days of purchase to get $200 back, as long as you will be using the bike as part of your commute or to replace other trips normally taken by car. Funding is limited, so act quickly!
Learn more here

Empire Electric Service Area

If you’re a customer of the Empire Electric Association, you can submit a receipt for your new ebike within 90 days of purchase to get a $150 rebate (as a credit on your electric bill).
Learn more here

Gunnison County Electric Association Service Area

If you’re a customer of the Gunnison County Electric Association, you can submit a receipt for your new ebike within 90 days of purchase to get a $150 rebate (check will be mailed to you from the cooperative).
Learn more here

Highline Electric Association Service Area

If you’re a customer of the Highline Electric Association, you can submit a receipt for your new ebike within 90 days of purchase to get a $150 rebate.
Learn more here

Holy Cross Energy Service Area

If you’re a customer of Holy Cross Energy, you can earn a $50 rebate by submiting a receipt for your new ebike if it will be used to run errands or commute. The ebike can be purchased locally or online, and the application must be received within 90 days of purchase (check will be mailed to you within 4-6 weeks).
Learn more here

La Plata Electric Association Service Area

If you’re a customer of La Plata Electric Association, you can submit a receipt for your new ebike within 90 days of purchase to get a $150 rebate (as a credit on your electric bill).
Learn more here

Mountain Parks Electric Service Area

If you’re a customer of Mountain Parks Electric, you can submit a receipt for your new ebike within 90 days of purchase to get a $150 rebate (as a credit on your electric bill).
Learn more here

Yampa Valley Electric Association Service Area

If you’re a customer of the Yampa Valley Electric Association, you can submit a receipt for your new ebike within 120 days of purchase to get a $150 rebate (as a credit on your electric bill).
Learn more here

Maine

South Portland

City of South Portland residents can get a rebate for up to $500 for new ebike if income qualified. Ebike purchases valid if made on or after September 1, 2022 and a rebate check will be issued within 2-3 weeks.
Learn more here about how to apply

Oregon

Ashland

City of Ashland Electric Utility customers can get a rebate for $200 for their new Rad Power bike purchased on or after April 15, 2022. Funding is limited, so act quickly!
Learn more here

Eugene

The Eugene Water and Electric Board is offering rebates of $300 for ebike purchases made since January 1, 2022. Submitting a quick application is all it takes. Limited vouchers available, so act fast!
Learn more here

Vermont

Statewide

PROGRAM NOW CLOSED

The State of Vermont is offering rebates of up to $400 on new ebikes intended to be used to reduce auto miles, with the rebate amount dependent on your household's adjusted gross income. A rebate application may be submitted within 60 days of purchase along with your proof of purchase and Consumer Attestation Form. You'll receive your rebate check in the mail 6-8 weeks after approval. As of September 15, 2022, this program is closed to applications for rebates. Stay tuned for updates!
Learn more here