THE BEST E-bikes

Vintage Electric Rally Bike

Vintage Electric Rally Bike

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 Crosscurrent S2 E-Bike

Juiced Bikes Crosscurrent S2 E-Bike

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.

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Bosch e-Bike PowerTube 500

Bosch e-Bike PowerTube 500

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.

Super 73 Scout eBike

Super 73 Scout eBike

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.

Fuji E-Traverse Classic + E-Bike

Fuji E-Traverse Classic + E-Bike

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.

PodRide Covered E-Bike

PodRide Covered E-Bike

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 has been funded on Indiegogo, so hopefully we’ll see them on the road.

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