Super73 teamed up with Macguffin Makers to create this epic Halo-themed electric bike kitted out with futuristic body cladding and UNSC graphics. They built it for a giveaway sponsored by Doritos, Mountain Dew, and Rockstar Energy. Be sure to check out Super73’s gallery for more great custom builds.
We love the bold black styling of Ride1Up’s REVV1 pedal-assisted electric bike. It rides on fat tires, and its 750-watt motor can hit speeds up to 20 mph. Take it off the public streets and kick it up to 28 mph in off-road mode. It comes in two models: one with a full suspension and a hardtail version with front suspension only.
The updated Serial 1 MOSH/CTY eBike has Google Cloud connectivity and a phone USB-C charger for ride data and analytics, Google Maps navigation, location monitoring, and digital locking. Powered by a lithium-ion battery and Harley-Davidson motor, it offers four power modes and a 35-105 mile range after a 4.7-hour charge.
Over the years, there have been numerous efforts to build bikes, motorcycles, and mopeds that can fold up for ease of transport. Bikes and Beards got their hands on a couple of folding electric two-wheelers to test out how easily they open, their weight capacity, speed, and range. That tiny Himo H1 is ridiculous.
Cardboard seems like a bad material to build a vehicle out of, but if you laminate together enough of the corrugated paper, it’s quite strong. Engineer James Bruton fabricated a working electric bicycle with wheels and frame parts made out of the stuff. Though he did cheat with 3D-printed plastic parts to hold everything together.
Volcon’s electric pedal-assisted bicycle is ready for just about any terrain. It has four drive modes, ranging from urban cruising to high-speed off-roading. Its high torque motor offers up to 750 watts of power with a top speed of 28 mph. It has a full front and rear suspension setup and hydraulic disc brakes.
Take to the slopes this winter on ENVO’s pedal-assisted electric snowbike. It has a 1500-watt motor and can ride from 9 to 31 miles in the snow, depending on speed, load, and angle. It can climb grades up to 25%, and its modular design lets you use its foldable frame to make ENVO’s Flex Overland e-Bike when the snow melts.
This Class III E-Bike is ideal for rides to work, running errands, and speedy cruising. Its 500W rear motor can hit 28 mph and offers pedal-assist and throttle modes. A wide seat, fat tires, and front fork suspension provide a comfortable and stable ride. Its battery pack is removable for charging and juices up in 3 to 4 hours.
Honbike’s electric bike uses a shaft to drive its rear axle, reducing maintenance. It folds down in seconds and its detachable battery pack can be charged anywhere. It’s also got a gyroscopic sensor that can detect hills and adjust torque based on the terrain. It has a top speed of 15.5 mph and an electric range of 24.9 miles.
Mikael Kjellman lives in Sweden, where biking can be pretty unpleasant in winter. So he came up with this vehicle which offers enclosed seating and operates on pedal and electric power. A kit was funded on Indiegogo back in 2016, but we’ve yet to see any on the road around here.
The EINS is a sleek Chromoly BMX bike with an electric drivetrain. Its powerful 250-watt mid-drive motor is like those found on electric mountain bikes, offering speeds up to 28mph and up to 70 lb-ft. of torque. Its rechargeable battery pack provides up to 31 miles of electric range and hides inside its saddle for external charging.
Serial 1 pays homage to Harley-Davidson’s first production motorbike, the Model 1. Limited to 650 units, the Mosh/Tribute features classic styling, white Schwalbe tires, a Brooks leather saddle, and matching handlebars. It’s powered by a Brose S MAG motor that makes 66 lb-ft. of torque, paired with a 529Wh li-ion battery.
Montague’s electric bike might just be the best of all worlds. It has a full-size frame that folds in half, along with performance components like a Shimano STEPS E6100 motor and a Deore drivetrain, making up to 44 lb-ft. of torque. It rides on standard 700c wheels and has a front suspension fork for bumpy roads and hydraulic disc brakes.
Electric bikes can be great, but their limited range gets in the way of longer rides. The Rocket eBike promises rides up to 100 miles thanks to a big battery pack, efficient motor, and regenerative braking. The bike folds up small so you can toss it in your back seat, has a full suspension, and hits a max speed of 28 mph.
Electric bikes are a genius solution for eco-friendly transportation. The fun, flexible, user-friendly Tern HSD e-bike is designed to get you places (like outside for a change), carry passengers, and haul cargo up to 375 lbs. Shorter than standard bikes, the mighty, mini HSD folds or flips up to easily stow between pleasure cruises.
Combining mountain and cruiser bike looks in one, Vintage Electric’s Rally packs a 750-watt drivetrain that can help speed you along up to 28 mph, with a range of 20 to 60 miles, depending on conditions and degree of assist. Thanks to its wide and knobby Schwalbe tires, it’s comfortable on a wide variety of terrain.
Juiced Bikes’ electric 2-wheeler packs a powerful 52-volt battery, which maxes out its speed, range, and performance capabilities. The bike can hit speeds up to 28 mph (or 33 mph with pedal assist), and has a range of up to 100 miles. Its pedal assist is said to be smoother than other E-bikes as well.
In their quest to make electric bikes even more convenient and stylish Bosch created a compact (13.7″ x 3.3″ x 2.6″) and lightweight (6.2 lb) power pack which can be housed inside a bike frame. New bikes using the PowerTube 500 are headed to dealers this Summer.
Lithium Cycles managed to bring down the price of its all-terrain electric bike so more of us can afford one. The rugged cruiser has fat tires, a comfy seat, and a removable battery pack. Available with 20 mi and 40 mi ranges, with top speeds of 18 and 20 mph, respectively.
Driven by an efficient, mid-mounted Bosch Active Cruise motor, the Fuji E-Traverse is the ideal electric commuter bike, offering a smooth, natural boost of power to augment your pedaling. Its hybrid design handles great on city streets, but can also tackle unpaved trails.