More e-bike rebates are coming Tuesday. Here’s what time they’ll be available and how to claim one

Past rounds of rebates have been claimed in a matter of minutes.
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People park their e-bikes near Sculpture Park for a rally and victory lap for the city, celebrating success in its rebate campaign, held in parallel with the (e)Revolution e-bike trade show at the Colorado Convention Center. June 10, 2023.
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Update: The July 25 round of e-bike rebates have been exhausted. Next round is Sept. 26.

Set your alarms: the city is handing out more e-bike rebates at 11 a.m. Tuesday.

It's the latest round of rebate giveaways as part of a climate initiative aimed at getting cars off the roads. In the past, rebates have been exhausted in a matter of minutes. The city has given out 6,118 rebates so far.

Denverites can get up to $300 for an e-bike, or $500 for an e-cargo bike. Residents who meet income requirements can get up to $1,200 for an e-bike and $1,400 for an e-cargo bike. Denverites can apply online when the portal opens Tuesday.

People with disabilities can get up to $1,400 for adaptive e-bikes. Because of the individual nature of these rebates, people can apply at any time by emailing [email protected].

To get a rebate, people need to upload pictures of documents proving Denver residency, and documents confirming income if applying for the income-based rebate. To qualify, residents must be below 60% of the state median income, below 200% of the federal poverty level or below 80% of the area median income (below $62,600 per year for a single person, or $71,550 for a household of two).

Rebates will also be available on Sept. 26 and Nov. 28.

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