Frequently Asked Questions
Dirty Spokes E-Bike Adventures
How does Wisconsin define what an electric bike is?
- Class 1: Bicycle equipped with a motor that provides assistance only when the rider is pedaling, and that ceases to provide assistance when the ebike reaches 20 mph.
- Class 2: Bicycle equipped with a throttle-actuated motor, that ceases to provide assistance when the ebike reaches 20 mph.
- Class 3 : Bicycle equipped with a motor that provides assistance only when the rider is pedaling, and that ceases to provide assistance when the e-bike reaches 28 mph.
Do you need a license, insurance or registration in Wisconsin?
What are the restrictions on motor power & throttles in Wisconsin.
Are there any age restrictions to riding an electric bike in Wisconsin?
What are the laws around helmets in Wisconsin?
What are the rules for riding on the road in Wisconsin?
What are the rules for riding on the trails in Wisconsin?
What is your cancellation policy?
Once you have made your reservation we set aside that time and day for you, making it unavailable for anyone else. Therefore, if you wish to cancel and your reservation is more than 24 hours away you will be responsible for only half the price of booking. However, if you cancel less than 24 hours in advance you will be responsible for the full price.
What if we want to do a custom tour with a tour guide?
We are happy to accommodate this, just message the Facebook page, call, or email us to set it up!
Cody Hollenbeck: 920-559-0923
Katrina Boucher: 920-493-8886
What if we damage/lose a bike or any of the equipment?
When you sign the waiver you are taking responsibility for your experience. This means that you are financially responsible to replace anything that you may have broken or lost. If this ends up happening we will assess the damage with you and explain how to move forward.
Why do we only have to sign one waiver for our group?
The person who decides to sign the waiver is the designated “guardian” of the group. This person is accepting responsibility of the reservation. This is also explained in the waiver.