Technically any electric bike can be used for commuting, but a purpose-built commuter will make the experience much easier - and more enjoyable! Good commuters have fenders for bad weather, front and rear lights for safety and visibility, a cargo rack or basket, and medium-width tires with hybrid tread for a good mix of grip and efficiency. Larger diameter wheels and front suspension go a long ways to improving comfort, and a removable battery is also a must so that you can bring inside with you, both for safekeeping and in case you need to top off the charge for the ride home. Some bikes in this category might not come equipped with all of these components by default, but the manufacturer makes it easy to add them when purchasing.
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.
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!
Say hello to the Spark X by ESKUTE, an Ebike designed to conquer terrain, and offer pure, unadulterated fun to anyone who hops on. This beauty boasts a powerful motor, a beefy battery, and a sturdy frame ready for adventure. With features that cater to everyone from commuters to off-road enthusiasts, this Ebike has a little something for everyone.
The FUELL team made waves in 2019 with the Flluid 1, and now they've raised the bar with the 2S! Engineered by the legendary Erik Buell, this premium electric bike combines high performance with top-tier utility, and looks beautiful while doing it. We were blown away by the prototypes for the fully funded IndieGOGO campaign and can't wait to see the finalized versions! Stay tuned for a full written review, and in the meantime check out our featured video exploring both 2S and 3S prototype models.
This right here is the Rift from Ride1Up, an Ebike that's as fun as the name implies! This electric stallion boasts a beefy 750W AKM motor with 95Nm of torque, an LG 48V 20Ah battery, and a pair of 4-piston hydraulic brakes that grab onto the 180mm rotors that offer some serious stopping power! Plus, with a 1-year warranty and a price tag of $1,895 USD, this definitely qualifies as a value-packed Ebike!
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.
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.
The Model Y from Electric Bike Company is an affordable step-through cruiser, and this Twisted Guava paint job is out of this world gorgeous! There's no question this is a beautiful bike, but how does it ride? What are the specs? Well, let's dive into that!
The Lectric XP Step-Thru 3.0 is a new-and-improved version of one of the most popular Ebikes of the last few years, the Lectric XP. It features a 500-watt motor, from suspension, and folds up into a nice little package. Find out more by watching our review, or reading our in-depth written review.
The Aventon Abound is a surprising addition to the Aventon lineup since it’s Aventon’s first splash into the cargo Ebike space. And without giving too much away…this might be one of their shining Ebikes for 2023! It is propelled by a 750-Watt motor, with torque sensor integration, and has enough cargo capacity for a Costco run! Stay tuned folks, cause this one is truly a unique Ebike.
Welcome to our review of the Denago Commute Model 1 Top Tube electric bike. This bike is a swift lil’ thing, built for commuting with a 28mph top speed, and a 45-mile range. It's lightweight, durable, and has a comfortable riding position, which is an important aspect when deciding if this is the vehicle I want to spend time on every day! It also comes with integrated lights and LCD display, so it’s perfect for those who want to get around quickly and efficiently.
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.
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.
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!