The maker of the iconic Radio Flyer little red wagons and trikes has grown up like the rest of us. Lately, they’ve become an innovative player in the e-bike market with the Flyer Folding Cargo eBike, a seriously legit transportation solution for adults looking to recapture some of that child-like joy on two wheels.
The XION electric bike has a cyberpunk style and attitude. It rides on fat tires, has a full suspension, and an elongated 2-person seat. Its frame and seat colors can be customized, as well as an optional laser-cut center panel with LED lighting. Its mid-drive motor can achieve speeds up to 50 mph in Race mode.
Electric bicycles are a fast and fun way to get around. However, they have limited range due to their small battery packs. Peter Sripol wanted to see if he could build an eBike that never needs recharging as long as the sun is shining. The downside? The trailer of solar panels he has to drag along. Build starts at 2:20.
The A1 electric bike is designed for versatility. With its low frame, air suspension, and fat, puncture-resistant tires, it can ride just as easily on city streets and bumpy trails. Its 250W motor can be equipped with a 14.5 Ah or 17.5 Ah battery pack for a range up to 70 km (~44 mi) and a top speed of 32km/h (~20 mph).
This pedal-assisted electric three-wheeler from japanese company Envision is perfect for jobs where you need to carry lots of gear. Its mid-section storage area provides a balanced ride, and its front independent suspension leans into turns. It can carry up to 60 kg (~132 lb) of cargo, and has a range up to 150km (~93 mi) in its Eco mode.