So my most important and first insight as an e-mountainbiker in a group of groaning self-climbing pedallers is: just don't stand out. Keep in the background and occasionally quietly mention that the electric motor at lowest level most probably only compensates for the weight disadvantage - my bike weighs about 24 kilos. That I switched from "Eco" to "Tour" at the last ramp secretly: Shhhhh!
Stupid sayings, which of course lie on my lips ("Are you sweating yet?", "Enjoy the beautiful view!"), I prefer to refrain from completely. My helmet would probably do nothing against the reactions of my mountain friends.
"E as in easy", yeah, that's fair to say. But keep "E like excluded" too. Even though I'm by no means the only e-mountain biker on the Lower Engadine Trails, I think I'm aware that the greetings of the bikers and hikers we meet are less meant for me than for my sweaty friends.