Arizona State Electric Bike Laws

Arizona State Electric Bike Laws, Definition & Legal Operation

Definition of Electric Bike:

An electric bike in Arizona (AZ) is defined as bicycle equipped with a motor that operates at speeds lower that 20 miles per hour. Per Arizona state statues, electric bicycles must meet the same guidelines as traditional bikes.

Licensing and Registration:

Electric bikes are not required to be licensed or registered, however all bike operators must carry identification with them. Electric bikes exceeding 25 mph require a class M license.

Helmet Law:

Arizona does not have any helmet laws.

Where to Ride:

By Arizona state law, electric bikes are authorized to ride in any bike lanes and on bike paths. Electric bikes that operated at speeds of at least 20 mph but no more than 25 mph may be registered for legal use on roadways as a mophed. Disclaimer: Laws and policies can change at any time rendering the above information outdated and non-applicable.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: Arizona State Statues (Revised) Wondering where to go next?