The age requirement to ride an electric bike can vary depending on the country or state where you live and the specific type of e-bike you want to ride.

In most places, e-bikes with pedal-assist capabilities and a maximum speed of 20 mph (32 km/h) are considered similar to traditional bicycles, and there is no minimum age requirement to ride them. However, some areas may require riders under a certain age to wear a helmet or have adult supervision.

On the other hand, e-bikes with a throttle that can propel the bike without pedaling, and those that can go faster than 20 mph (32 km/h), may require a driver's license, registration, and insurance in some jurisdictions. In these cases, the minimum age requirement may be higher, such as 16 or 18 years old.

It's important to check your local laws and regulations regarding e-bikes to ensure you're complying with the rules and requirements in your area.