Betting on the future. eBikes Built in the U.S.

Betting on the future.  eBikes Built in the U.S.

Robert Provost, Daniel Del Aguila and Jim Aversa did 4 years of extensive research in various countries and soon created an electronic bike that would appeal to U.S. consumers. They named the company ProdecoTech.

In the past decade or so, eBikes have become incredibly popular in countries like China and the Netherlands. Not so much in the U.S.; however, ProdecoTech’s eBikes are becoming increasingly more popular. Their bikes look just like your average manual bicycle, but they can leisurely speed 20 to 30 miles per hour at up to 30 minutes at a time. They are powered by rechargeable battery cells.

ProdecoTech’s Mission

During their research, they discovered that consumers want a product that is fully designed, engineered and assembled in the U.S. ProdecoTech eBikes emphasize on high quality, low maintenance, portability and modern style; all at an affordable price. The company offers a full 2-year warranty on all of their products.

As consumers all over the world are becoming more aware of their carbon footprints, eBikes are an effective transportation switch to cut down on carbon emissions. Not surprisingly, they produce less than 10% of the energy required to power a car.

The bikes are designed, developed, built and quality controlled in the USA.  The parts are sourced from all over the world.  This includes battery cells from Korea and SRAM Components from China.  Samsung has a direct relationship with ProdecoTech and the supplier of the battery systems for the 400 Series found at Best Buy and Dick’s Sporting Goods. These batteries have cells that are made in Korea and the battery case is assembled by Samsung Vietnam. To learn more about ProdecoTech’s history and parts sourcing, go to

ProdecoTech hopes to encourage Americans to join the electric bicycle movement. The eBike market is on the come up and Robert, Daniel and Jim of ProdecoTech are one step ahead of the crowd with their eBikes built in America.

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