- Ebikers were on average significantly older than cyclists (48.1 versus 41.4 years old), had greater car access (68 percent versus 51 percent), and had a higher average body mass index (24.8 versus 23.8, neither of which is considered overweight or underweight by the World Health Organization).
- Ebikers and cyclists use their bikes with similar frequency (14.5 days per month for the former versus 14.0 for the latter), but ebikers used public transport less often than cyclists (7.7 days per month versus 10.4 days).
- Ebikers' average ebike and bicycle trip duration (35 and 41.9 minutes, respectively) was significantly higher than cyclists' average trip duration (25.6 minutes).
- Ebikers had longer trip durations for both ebikes (9.4 kilometers) and traditional bicycles (8.4 kilometers) than cyclists' average bicycle trip duration (4.8 kilometers).
- Average daily travel duration was similar for ebiking among ebikers and cycling among cyclists (32.2 versus 30.3 minutes), but ebikers also reported 13.4 minutes of cycling in addition to their ebike use.