Rad Power Bikes' retro moped-style RadRunner exemplifies the company's vision for e-bikes more than any previous models. When Rad designed the RadRunner, every decision, including features to add and those to leave out, was based on two principles: value and utility.
Gazelle's Ultimate T10 is a practical commuting bike, yet it ups the ante with excellent design that races ahead of its boring competitors. Read our Gazelle Ultimate T10 electric bike review to decide if this is the commuter ebike for you.
The Haibike Sduro FullSeven 7.0 is a bike with a long name, an eye-catching look, and a collection of mediocre components that somehow are more than their sum. Here's our Haibike Sduro Fullseven 7.0 review.
Urban commuter e-bikes, e-mountain bikes, performance track bikes, cargo bikes, and folding e-bikes - we've tested them all. Now it's time for a fun e-bike. Enter Juiced Bikes' CityScrambler. Our review puts this fun fat tire bike to the ultimate test.
Schwinn has been a household name for as long as anyone can remember, but it's not one often associated with electric bikes. The Monroe 250 looks to change that, providing ample range and excellent rideability while making compromises that may not matter to the everyday commuter.
Specialized's Turbo Como 4.0 is a quick and comfortable ride that's perfect for your commute. It's more agile, and much faster, than you'd expect a commuter bike to be. It lacks the tech wizardry you might want from an ebike, but Specialized's 45 years of experience building bikes is obvious here.
Sleek, sophisticated, foldable, and portable urban transportation, that's the Gocycle GX. The GX is a Class 2 e-bike designed for people who live and work in the city. The essence of the GX goes beyond function to innovation, form, and style.
The Propella 3.0 ebike is an evolutionary upgrade to an affordable ebike designed for urban commuters. The bike retains its signature styling and exceptoinal price, while upgrading its front fork for a smoother ride. Other changes include a new battery pack, LCD screen, and an optional suspension seat.
If you're itching to buy an e-bike but overwhelmed by the types, brands, and price ranges, we have an easy solution: Buy the 2019 Rad Power Bikes RadMini fat tire folding e-bike. This e-bike is an incredible value at $1,499 including shipping.
The Ubco 2x2 is a unique electric moped that combines high quality parts, off-road suspension, and lightweight design. The result is an approach, easy-to-ride electric steed that can handle both pavement and off-road terrain with ease. But is it worth its high MSRP?
Can you buy a good electric bike for $1,000? If you'd asked in 2017, the answer would've been no, but bikes like the Swagtron EB12 have pushed entry-level ebikes to new heights. Swagtron's bike isn't without sacrifices, but most of what's cut won't be missed.
Want an electric bike, but don’t want to pedal (much)? Pedego’s City Commuter Lite Edition might be the ebike you’ve been waiting for. It lacks pedal assist, but can hit 20 miles per hour on a flat, and you can buy it for less than $2,000. Read our full electric bike review.
Bulls E-Stream EVO FS 2 27.5 is a solid electric mountain bike, but its easy-going manners and pavement-friendly features make it a jack of all trades. Can this electric mountain bike also rule everyday riding?
Propella’s ebike is an affordable entry-level model that is lightweight be electric bike standards. It offers pedal assist up to 18 miles per hour, has a range of 20-40 miles depending on the mode you select, and a unique design that helps it stand out from the crowd. Perhaps most importantly however is that it rides much more like a traditional bike than most electric models, even with the rear-hub drive turned off.
Riese & Muller’s Delite nuvinci looks to create a ripple-effect in the ebike industry by offering a dual-battery, accessory-filled bike perfect for entry level and seasoned riders alike. Though it offers a premium ride, are all the bells and whistles worth the premium price tag? We hopped on one for a month to find out.
Giant’s ToughRoad GX E+ is a jack-of-all-trades fitness bike that can go nearly anywhere you want. Be it gravel trails, paved roads, or cobblestone streets, it lives up to its tough name and offers a smooth and enjoyable pedal-assisted ride no matter the terrain.
Sporting a price tag under $2,000, GenZe’s 200-series is one of the most cost-effective ebikes on the market. But with a range that tops out at 50 miles (at best), does this throttle-assisted electric bike have what it takes to stay competitive in a growing market? We took one for a spin around our hometown of Portland, Oregon to find out.