Alaska State Electric Bike Laws

Alaska State Electric Bike Laws, Definition & Legal Operation

Definition of Electric Bike:

The state of Alaska (AK) defined electric bikes as any vehicle with two or three wheels and a saddle that has a motor less than 750w and fully operational pedals.

Licensing and Registration:

The state of Alaska requires electric bike riders to obtain at least a level M2 permit to ride. Riders must be at least 14 years old and have a parent or guardian's permission to obtain the M2 permit. Any rider over the age of 16 can ride an electric bike with an M1 or M3 license as long as the rider has had an instruction permit for 6 months prior to being licensed.

Helmet Law:

There are no helmet laws in Alaska.

Where to Ride:

Electric bikes may ride on roadways, paths and sidewalks unless it is specifically posted to exclude bicycles.

Disclaimer:

Laws and policies can change at any time rendering the above information outdated and non-applicable. EVELO strongly encourages checking with City, County, State and other local agencies for the most recent laws governing the proper, legal use of electric bicycles in your area. Source: Alaska DMV Motorized Vehicle Unit Wondering where to go next?