Talking about ergonomics on e-bikes

Ergonomics, also known as ergonomics, is a discipline that studies the three elements of the "human-machine-environment" system - human, machine and environment - to solve the problems of human performance and health in the system, and to provide scientific theories and methods. In layman's terms, it is a discipline that applies knowledge of the human body to tools, machines, systems, work, and environments.
Ergonomics has three purposes: to make people more productive, to make their surroundings safer, and to make their lives more comfortable. In short, to make workers comfortable in the production process, and to make users comfortable in the end product use process.

According to a survey conducted by ergoCentric, the annual economic burden of musculoskeletal disorders is $45 billion when measured in terms of compensation costs, lost wages and lost productivity. The use of ergonomically designed products for extended periods of time can significantly reduce the stresses placed on the body, thereby altering the suboptimal health associated with long working hours. As a result, ergonomic products are becoming more and more common around the world.
Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when you see the word ergonomics is the office chair - understandable, after all, for the office conditions that now require sedentary work, this product is the most intuitive change. Of course the relevant design is not just this one, the work when sitting in the chair, with the table, the office computer, knocking the keyboard, click the mouse, rest when lying down the bed, pillow, entertainment when listening to music with headphones ...... and the list goes on.
According to the user cycling statistics previously published by Haro Bicycle, 90.4% of users' single cycling data are within 3.2 km, which can also reflect the choice of most users who do not take a taxi or drive today. After all, compared to the long wait for public transportation and the fatigue of walking, cycling is a very time-saving and energy-saving mode of transportation. On this basis, the new national standard electric bicycle has the advantages of low riding threshold (at least 16 years old and no driver's license required), time and energy saving, and high freedom, perfectly matching the short-distance urban commute.
When a product gradually becomes a common tool in life, people's requirements become higher, and the need for ergonomic design arises.

Ergonomics, in other words, you can also call him "humanized design", naturally, is how to make people comfortable to use how to use. Yes, I said it again, to make people feel comfortable.

All along, we have insisted that the car is not important, the important thing is the principle of cyclists, we do not only want you to look good, but also want you to feel good to use, and hope that every electric bike owner can personally experience the comfort brought by the electric bike.

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