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?
A second-generation effort from Orbea that is stepping into elite territory
Well-built budget commuter
The latest hardcore mountain bike brand to jump on the e-bike wagon
We’re sure that many consumers shopping for an e-bike on the internet must be completely baffled at not only the number of options but...
A Silent Harley-Davidson?
We found ourselves thinking, ‘Is this a race bike?
Fun In The Sun
An all-arounder with energy to spare
Neither fish, nor fowl, nor motorcycle. Just fun.
Introducing the Husqvarna EE 5 & KTM SX-E 5
From not needing an e-bike to making an awfully impressive one
Who says hardtails can’t have character?
A really, really affordable commuter
Silent speed and style for miles