By Alex Boyce With the introduction of their new Rise M-Team, it may be worth asking, “Has Spanish bike brand Orbea brought the e-MTB revelation of 2021?” No doubt there have been some really good pedal-assist mountain bikes rolled out…
If ever there was a bike brand making inroads into the pedal-assist market that needn’t worry about having true off-road bona fides, it would be Niner. The Colorado company got its name from helping pioneer the world of 29-inch-wheeled…
By Alex Boyce THE BIKE The carbon frame is equipped with Specialized’s updated 2.2, 250-watt motor (Europe version), and the motor has updates, including new drive belts and improved software. Compared to the previous version,…
Is it time to get amped with a new Current?
Fast and nimble without a cookie-cutter vibe
The LeMond’s ride is sublime with a power delivery that is so natural that you sometimes wonder if it’s turned on.
Not dissimilar from riding a go-kart, everything feels like it’s coming at you at a faster speed when you’re so low to the ground
Famed Italian bike manufacturer Bianchi is finally bringing their e-bikes to North America. We featured the new bikes a while back, but now they’re here in the flesh. The e-Omnia (omnia is latin for “everything”) line includes three bikes,…
This is a good all-around commuter or touring bike for someone that wants a bike that’s well-made and dependable...
Turning the bike on is intimidating, as the loud cooling fan starts up immediately...
Although built in a sportier vein, the Haro would be a good adventure/longer ride bike considering the comfortable suspension and bigger battery.
They’re all fantastically quiet and powerful. Fit and finish, as well as ride quality, are top-notch. We really liked the simplicity of...
The bike is well thought out, and Canyon’s legacy of making great non-assist bikes has obviously now evolved to the e-bike segment.
The Ultimate Traction Machine
Odd-looking as it is, this is a versatile and fun bike to ride. It’s good for urban riders who want to have fun in the city, and it’s worth a look for BMX riders who want to add an e-bike to their collection.
For someone looking for a light bike that’s easy to throw around, especially those looking for a lower-powered e-bike solution, this is a good choice.
Finally, another Class 3 road bike has arrived
Making the leap into an exciting ride
Surface is an early-adapter e-bike company based in Vancouver, Canada, and their bikes tend to have a burlier look and feel about them.
Having your own scooter can be very handy for the last-mile sections of any commute.
The Navigator makes a solid case for itself as a commuter bike, as a Class 3 bike with a low-step frame and...
Cannondale adds power and suspension to the Topstone
Is the high price of a luxury brand worth it?
How far do you want to go?
The Yuba Spicy proved so popular that the bike sold out their first batch immediately