- Date: 08/14/2023
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According to data collected by the US department of transportation, the number of people aged 60 and over riding electric bikes is growing the fastest. With longer lifespans and an ageing society, more and more elderly people are paying attention to their health and hoping to maintain their physical health through cycling and other means. However, elderly people often lack riding experience and are prone to feeling scared and uneasy, particularly when it comes to adult electric bikes. Some survey data shows that the safety and stability of riding an electric bike are a concern for elderly people, which is also one of the important reasons for their fear of riding. Therefore, measures need to taken to address the fear of riding among the elderly, in order to promote their healthy activities and improve their quality of life.
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