Electric Bikes

2015 Prodecotech Phantom X V5

Posted 06.10.2016 in Bikes by Editor

The curved top tube of the Phantom X V5 line gives the new bikes from Prodecotech a swooping, contemporary look. Combined with flat bars and minimal decals, it's a clean look that should appeal to riders looking for a solid, all-around road ebike that won't break the bank.


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NYX Bikes Carbon Fiber Kit

Posted 05.26.2016 in Bikes by Editor

NYX Bikes 2015 Carbon Fiber Frame Kit is a perfect platform for a dream ebike build. Working as the bike's backbone, the kit gives ebike aficionados the opportunity to the spec out their grail list of parts. The rider picks everything: hub-drive system, batteries, controllers, chargers, throttle, wheel set, brakes, levers, handlebar, fork, stem.



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Faraday Porteur

Posted 05.24.2016 in Bikes by Editor

The Faraday Porteur is one of the smoothest, quietest, most beautiful electric bikes I’ve ever tested. Faraday opts for a clean carbon-belt drive and internally geared hub combined with integrated cells and a medium power motor to keep overall weight down while focusing on balance and efficiency. Available in 3 sizes, all utilize the high-step double top tube design. Complimenting the frame and mechanical drivetrain is an intuitive electronics setup that’s so easy to operate you could literally turn the bike on and change power levels with your eyes closed.

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Big Bud AWD Profile

Posted 05.22.2016 in Bikes by Editor

Easy Motion Big Bud's 4-inch wide knobby tires grab your attention. Driving those big tires are two hub motors: 250W in the front and 350W in the rear, which gives the Big Bud all-wheel drive so it can make easy work of the terrain most riders will face.

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A2B Ferber

Posted 05.22.2016 in Bikes by Editor

At first glance, the Ferber – named after French aeronautical pioneer Ferdinand Ferber – looks like so many other electric comfort commuters on the market today. Take a little time to appreciate what the Ferber does and it is this lack of immediate pizzaz that makes this ebike from A2B such a standout. What it does, it does exceptionally well and at a great price point.

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Rover BR2

Posted 05.22.2016 in Bikes by Editor

Hand-built in Works Electric's Portland workshop, the Rover BR2 is a 35-mph electric two-wheeler that will quickly dispel any preconceptions that scooters are just for kids. This fast, rugged tandem wheel scooter is made for adults.





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Optibike R8

Posted 05.22.2016 in Bikes by Editor

For nearly a decade, Optibike has been the name in e-bikes. Their monocoque frame, which houses the battery, controller and chargers, is iconic. The R8 is the Boulder-based company’s touring rig. In standard form it’s got a whopping 55-mile range.


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E-Joe Koda

Posted 05.22.2016 in Bikes by Editor

The Koda is e-Joe’s new entry into the urban street commuter market. Building on the lessons learned with the e-JOE One prototype which was introduced in 2013, the Koda is a cost-effective entry into the market that lives up to the company’s desire to build e-bikes for everyone.


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Yuba Spicy Curry

Posted 04.28.2016 in Bikes by Editor

You might not think of your e-bike as the best mode of transportation if you want to get a week’s worth of groceries, pick up enough pizzas to feed your kid’s football team, or take the kids to the park, but Yuba bikes is hoping to change that with the all-new Spicy Curry. Yuba knows cargo bikes and has several in conventional form. The Spicy Curry takes what they’ve learned and made a nice, usable e-bike package. The 20-inch rear wheel allows for a low cargo area. Keeping weight low is a priority, and because of the lengthened chain stays, the battery was also positioned nice and low. It all adds up to a stable base that can haul more then you would imagine.

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Gocycle G2

Posted 02.01.2016 in Bikes by Editor

The Gocycle is super light weight; just 35 lbs as tested. It’s also very easy to fold and stow, fitting in a custom lightweight soft shell case. There are no exposed wires or cables, everything is routed through the frame. The chain and three-gear shifter is inside a fully enclosed swing arm case. Both seat and handlebars adjust easily, allowing the rider to set not only height, but distance between them by tilting the handlebars forward, then locking the quick release lever into place.

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