With the rise of Uber Eats, GrubHub, DoorDash, Post Mates, and Favor, tons of urban delivery jobs have become available, and are being run by riders of Ebikes in all shapes and sizes. While you could probably deliver a Taco Bell feast at 2 AM on any old Ebike, there are some that have been designed with this purpose in mind, or at least, offer the things we'd look for in an Ebike, if we decided to stop doing reviews and deliver you food.
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.
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 Freesky Rocky Step-Thru is an approachable, easy-to-ride, fat-tire Ebike with high-quality components and a surprisingly capable trail-ready design. This full-suspension chariot is ready to tear into the treeline and come out stronger on the other side.The Rocky Step-Thru has a starting price of $1,699 USD and comes in four different colors — black, green, blue, and red. Freesky also offers a 15-day money-back guarantee on this ride as well as a 1-year comprehensive warranty and free shipping.
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.
What is happening, my fellow e-bike friends! Today we’re going to be riding around and discussing the G30-Cargo from Eunorau. This is a versatile cargo electric bike with a max range of around 60 miles, and that’s before we discuss the optional secondary batteries! There’s a ton of use cases here, and I’m looking forward to diving into the specs with you on this one!
The Bintelli Florence answers the question: Just how low can the standover height be? The Florence is hands down one of the most approachable electric bikes around. It’s remarkably easy to get into the saddle and the quick-adjust handlebars allow for on-the-fly geometry changes. Pretty cool stuff.The Bintelli Florence has has a starting price of $1,899 USD and comes in three different colors — White, Anvil and Peach, which is the color of the Florence we received for review. We’ve reviewed a few Bintelli e-bikes now and the paint is one of the first things that stands out. The Peach color has gold flecks mixed in and it looks absolutely stunning in the sunlight.
Well hello there, friend and welcome back to another episode Electrified Reviews! Today we’re reviewing Bintelli Fusion electric bike. The fusion rides like a moped, and kind of looks like one too. The massively powerful headlight is a welcome change from the lantern-bright nightlights we’re used to seeing. Right off the bat, Bintelli gets big points for this.
The Werk has a starting price of $2,599 USD and Surface 604 offers free shipping, a 1 year comprehensive warranty and even a 7-day money back guarantee. There’s also quite a few upgrade and accessory options like a massive 20 amp hour battery for an extra $300 USD, a Suntour NCX seat post suspension for $119 USD, which we highly recommend by the way, and an Ergotec rear view mirror for $40 USD, just to name a few.
Today we’re reviewing the Eunorau Max Cargo 2.0. This is a versatile cargo bike with a huge max range of somewhere around 150 miles. It’s a great choice for Ubereats, or a family wagon. With the rear rack setup you can add a couple of child seats, and without the rear rack the Max Cargo 2.0 can support an adult passenger. Like we said, this is one versatile e-bike.
Today we’re reviewing the Ontro G1, or as I’ve come to call it, the Cadillac of city commuters. This electric bike has some seriously nice top-shelf components and is highly functional and versatile. But, with high quality comes a high price tag, and the G1’s MSRP clocks in at a hefty $2,899 USD. Thankfully, the G1 is launching on Indiegogo which of course means there’s going to be quite a bit of savings for the early adopters. The Indiegogo price starts at $1,699 USD. Oh, and there’s plenty of upgrades on the table too.
Today we’re reviewing the KBO Breeze. This is an affordably priced electric bike at just $1,399, and we are pleasantly surprised to find the Breeze comes with solid, name-brand components, and an impressive 2-year limited warranty — which is just way above average for an ebike at this price point.
The Eunorau G20 Cargo electric bike is a powerful mid-drive ride that’s capable of carrying a passenger (or two!) and is ready to be loaded up with Ubereats, pizzas or other deliveries!