These Ebike are perfect for cruising along the boardwalk or cruising across the beach itself. The bikes generally have fat tires and a comfortable riding position. Though motor power isn't always a factor, we'd like to see 500 watts and above topower you across the sandy shores.
Introducing the HovCart, a powerful and feature-packed Ebike that's perfect for riders who appreciate style, performance, and a contender as a car replacement! The HovCart, much like a Back to the Future DeLorean, will have you feeling like you're cruising through time. Setting you back only $2,000, the HovCart costs about 1/25th as much as a Delorian... so, it’s already a bargain!
Are you in the market for an electric bike that can tackle steep hills and rough terrain without breaking a sweat? Look no further than the Trax from Cyrusher. This bike boasts a powerful 750-watt Bafang motor, an LG 52-volt 20 amp-hour lithium battery, and full suspension, making this one of the most comfortable platforms I’ve ever ridden. At a price of $2,600, the Trax is a steal for commuters, casual riders, and off-road enthusiasts alike.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you one of the seven wonders of the cycling world - the Core. This is the bike that single-handedly attempts to eliminate the need for a car, a horse, or even your own legs! The Core offers a revolutionary Ebike experience for the casually elite, those fearless souls looking to conquer city streets and gravel paths alike.
Greetings, fellow earthlings! This is the isinwheel D4 Ebike. With a powerful motor, decent range, and the ability to fold down for easy storage, this Ebike will certainly have a place in the Ebike space. With a price tag of $950 moon rocks, this is is nearing the lower end of the affordable category for us. Is the D4 worth your time? Let’s find out!
Are you tired of dealing with the urban jungle? Say hello to your new ally: the Folding Ox by Nakto. This electric bike is the perfect companion for your daily rides, and with a price tag of $1,200, it won't break the bank. It has a sleek design that will make you look cooler than you are and a powerful motor that can handle all sorts of terrain. So, let’s dive into the specs!
The X-Trail Lite is a bike that can do almost anything! Here's a short list of what it can't do. It cant do your taxes, or mow your lawn. Other than that, the X-Trail Lite might be up to the task. It's got fat tires, full suspension, a rear rack, and a display that comes straight out of the future. Check it out!
The Aventon Sinch.2 is a compact and powerful electric bike that is designed to be compact, rugged, and able to fit a variety of use cases. With its torque sensor technology, fat tires, and folding frame, this Ebike is perfect for urban adventurers, off-road enthusiasts, and casual riders alike.
The Beluga is an affordable, folding Ebike that's no fish out of water (this description is to prepare you for all the fish puns that are coming). It folds up into a nice little package, and packs enough specs to warrant the price, in our humble opinion of course!
This is the Lynx from Troxus. It’s got a big motor, a big battery, and a very approachable design. Priced at $2,200, this is slightly above our affordable category, but let’s see if the Lynx deserves the price tag.
What is going on, awesome peeps, welcome back to another episode of Electrified Reviews! Today we’re reviewing the Antelope Step-Thru folding electric bike from VTUVIA. The Antelope has a style that we’re starting to see more in the industry and is very reminiscent of the Aventon Sinch Step-Thru, which we reviewed earlier this year. If we’re comparing this bike to others, I think the Sinch is a great rival here. We’ll keep popping back to compare the two to see which Ebike wins out here.
The Revibikes Cheetah Mini has all of the same vibes of its older brother, The Cheetah, but just shrinks them down into a more approachable form factor. This vintage-inspired electric bike only cares about one thing: Looking cool and feeling good. Wait. That’s two things. Let’s just say, you may need to break out the leather jacket and shades if you want to be seen riding this Ebike around.
The Nomad1 from Velotric is an unusually charismatic Ebike that seems to be engineered from the ground up as a sleek, future-ready ride. This Ebike has frame bosses for additional accessories and some cool color options such as Spring, Sky Blue, Cyan, and Mango, which gives you, as the rider, the option to personalize your ride to fit your style and use case. Normally, you have to fit yourself to a bike and what it was designed to do, but with the options and color palette, Velotric left quite a bit up to the imagination, which is a big plus for us creative types.
The Mokwheel Scoria is a sporty, accessible, electric cargo bike that’s compact, versatile, has great components and has a starting price of $1,799 USD. And this is currently at a steep discount to its regular price of $2,300 USD.
Today, we’re checking out the Basalt ST from Mokwheel, and we recently reviewed the Basalt Step-Over, which you can check out here. The Basalt ST has the same starting price of $1,799 and is the perfect complement to this lineup from Mokwheel.The Basalt ST is another great looking Ebike from Mokwheel! The beige-colored frame we received is a unique, light brown color, similar to desert tan, but a bit lighter, giving it a very groovy beach vibe. Similar to the Basalt Step-Over, this frame has high-quality welds throughout, giving this electric bike a very high-end look.
Today we’re checking out the Basalt from Mokwheel. This is just one of the cool rides from Mokwheel that we’ll be reviewing over the next few weeks. So, stay tuned for that! Feel free to subscribe if you want so you don’t miss out on the exciting new reviews coming up next.With a starting price of $1,799, the Basalt is a serious contender in the saturated fat-tire Ebike space.Mokwheel offers a 2-year limited warranty as well as a 15-day return policy, which is great for those who might be on the fence about buying one.