The legal definition of Class 2 is "electric bikes with a top speed of 20mph and a throttle." These ebikes almost always have pedal assistance in addition to the throttle.
The Galaxy Lux is the latest step-through from Evelo, and it is a stunner! Hold on to your seats, because this is an Ebike that has a sleek look, excellent components, a wide range of use cases and a price tag that is hard to ignore! Do you want to use the Galaxy Lux to commute to work? Great. It can do that. Need to carry cargo? No worries. The Galaxy Lux is prepared to haul you, plus any gear, across town and back again.
This is the Envo Lynx, an upcoming Ebike that promises to revolutionize your cycling experience. While we haven't had the opportunity to review it just yet, the impressive specifications have piqued our interest. With a weight of 46.3 lbs, the Lynx boasts a lightweight and foldable frame, making it perfect for urban commutes and easy storage.
Step aside, Marty McFly! There's a new cruiser in town, and it's not the DeLorean. The Denago Cruiser Model 1 is here, and it's ready to rock 'n roll. Priced at a super-affordable $1,100, this electric bike comes with a 350W motor, 396Wh battery, and is as comfortable to ride as it looks.
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 Simple Step-Thru 500W Ebike is perfect for those who want to enjoy the wind in their hair without breaking a sweat or the bank. Its main features include a 500W motor, a 48V 10.4Ah battery, and a comfortable 18" step-thru frame. It's designed for urban commuters, casual riders, and anyone who appreciates a smooth, easy ride. It has a price tag of $1,400 smackaroos, which puts it firmly in our affordable category. Let’s dive into the specs and see how simple this Ebike is.
The EVRYjourney 250W Electric Tricycle is the perfect blend of fun, stability, and practicality. Its main features include a 250W motor, a versatile aluminum alloy frame, and a comfortable 17" step-over height. Ideal for cruising around town, running errands, or leisurely rides. Who said three's a crowd?
GIVEAWAY ALERT! The XP Lite is one of the most affordable Ebikes you can buy from a well-established company. With its folding capabilities, industry-standard parts, and a plethora of accessories, the XP Lite is certainly shooting above its weight class if you ask us. A full review is incoming but thought we'd go ahead and give one away in the meantime. Add the Lectric XP Lite to your wishlist to be entered to win!
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!
The Fiene is the orange brother to the Henri and Fiete. It is one of the most surprisingly comfortable micro folders we've tested to date! With hydraulic brakes, a removable battery, and stylish looks, this thing is sure to be a hot item in the RV and portable micromobility market.
This is the Pace 500.3 from Aventon. It’s the latest addition to their lineup and features a 500w motor, hydraulic brakes, and best of all–it has a torque sensor. It is also one of the most comfortable Ebikes I’ve ever ridden, based on the upright riding position and handlebar ergonomics. So, does it have any major flaws? Well, you’ll have to keep reading to find out.
The Oasis from Revibikes is a stream-lined urban commuter loaded with all the bells and whistles to easily carry you to and from work. This Ebike has frame bosses all over the place, making this an ideal ride for anyone wanting to add accessories to expand the current cargo-carrying capacity. If you’re looking for an affordable commuter Ebike from a reputable company, then this might just be the EV you’ve been looking for.
Today we’re going to be giving our take on the Trio Deluxe from Bintelli. This three-wheeled green machine is approachable, feature-rich, and sits at a nice price point for an electric trike. Trikes in general are considered to be safer, as they provide an extra point of stability with their third wheel, kind of like a loving best friend that tags along during dates to make sure everything goes smoothly. Does the Trio Deluxe deliver this same level of support? Well, we’re about to find out!
The Velotric Discover1 is a fun, lightweight, approachable cruiser electric bike that looks as good as it rides. With the step-thru and step-over frame options, hopping up on the saddle is a piece of cake. This Ebike has a starting price of $1,199 USD and comes in six different colors — Mango, Cyan, Indigo Grey, Silver, Sky Blue, and Spring. The model we’re reviewing today is the Cyan color, and let me tell you, this thing just screams refined and classy.
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.