When you're on the move, you need an Ebike that can fold, has some decent range, and can handle any sort of terrain you might come across, such as campgrounds, light trails, or city streets. These Ebike are perfect for RVers, travelers, or anyone that is tight on space.
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.
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!
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 Vtuvia SF-20H is a fat tire folding electric bike with a wickedly torquey motor, a high payload capacity and a super low standover height. If the SF-20H sounds familiar, it’s probably because it’s the upgraded version of Vtuvia’s existing SF-20 folder.
This is the Aventon Sinch folding e-bike, and it lives up its name because it is indeed a cinch to both fold and ride. But more than that, this folder is built tough. It’s got a chonky frame with a beefy folding mechanism, front suspension and fat tires. The Sinch is a great road warrior, but it’s also trail ready for those seeking adventure.
The Surface604 Twist is an approachable, easy to ride, step-through folder with high-quality components and a well-thought-out design, like pretty much all the electric bikes from Surface604.We’ve reviewed a lot of e-bikes from this company, like the super chonky Boar Explorer, the Quad, which is a superb e-mtb, the Werk, Shred, Colt, and the Rook. So we’re particularly familiar with Surface604 and their offerings, which is why we are so excited to talk about the Twist today.
What is going on, awesome peeps and welcome back to another episode of Electrified Reviews! Today we’re reviewing the Sinch Step-Thru folding electric bike from Aventon. This is without a doubt one of the sleekest looking folding e-bikes we’ve seen to date, and it’s also one of the most comfortable to ride, thanks in large part to those super sweet, super fat 4 inch wide road tires. It feels more like riding a moped than a bicycle.
Well hello there, fellow ebike friends and welcome back to another episode of Electrified Reviews! Today we’ve got the XPremium, a super interesting folding mid-drive, e-bike from Lectric, who by now, pretty much everybody has heard of. Lectric is well known for making some of the most affordable e-bikes on the market today, without skimping on quality. And really, that’s the important part. And we found this to be true in both our review of the Lectric XP, and the XP Step-Thru, which admittedly, is pretty much the exact same bike but with a step-thru frame. But still!
Well hello again, awesome peeps and welcome back to another Electrified Review. Today we’re looking at the DYU D3F. This is one of those e-bikes that, when it comes our way for review, rest assured, we’re gonna have a lot of fun with it. And that’s really what the D3F means to us: it’s fun, super compact, and despite its pint size, this tiny tike packs a ton of value, especially given it has a starting price of just $479 USD. Now THAT’S what we’re talking about!
What is going on, awesome peeps and welcome back to another episode of Electrified Reviews! Today we’re reviewing the Heybike Mars. This is a folding fat tire electric bike with front suspension, an integrated headlight and horn, telescoping handlebars, a handful of extremely functional accessories and very attractive starting price of $1,099 USD, which honestly is pretty good.
Happy holidays, friends and welcome back to another episode of Electrified Reviews! Today we’re reviewing the Buzz Charter F, which is an incredibly lightweight folding electric bike and an equally incredible price of $999. And that does includes free shipping as well.The Buzz Charter F is great starter electric bike since it has that super low price point, but it would also be great as a second e-bike for the family or maybe even a dedicated e-bike for the RV, boat or small plane. When folded, it’s small enough to fit in the trunk of pretty much any car, and at 35 pounds, it’s light enough to easily pick up, which makes stowing the Charter F a piece of cake.
The Engwe Engine Pro has a starting price of $1,799 USD, but at the time of publication it’s on sale for a Christmas special at $1,381 USD. Now that’s what we call holiday spirit.If you’re feeling festive after all the savings, you can snag an extra battery for $349 USD, or a 35 liter waterproof rack bag for $82 USD. Or you could just pocket the extra cash because, well, the holidays can cost a bundle.
Hello friends and welcome back to Electrified Reviews! I hope you are well and I hope you are having a great holiday season so far! Today we are reviewing the Adir CX folding, fat tire, step thru electric bike. Man, when it comes to standover height, it doesn’t get much lower than this beauty. This has to be one of the most approachable, easy to mount and dismount electric bike, we’ve seen in a while.
Today we are reviewing the Maxfoot MF-19 folding electric bike. This is a full suspension, beefy, functional and fun ride with quite a few different versions and color options.The Maxfoot MF-19 has a starting price of $1,795 USD for the 500 watt hub motor version, $1,995 USD for the 750 watt version and $2,095 USD for the 1,000 watt model, which is the one we’re reviewing here today.
Today we’re reviewing the vBike Lexo 20s. This is a nimble Class 2 folder that folds up into a seriously compact package that can be stored just about anywhere. This fat tire folder has a starting price of $1,786 USD, or $2,249 CAD, comes in black, and has some serious battery upgrade options, which we’ll talk about in just a few minutes.
Today we’re reviewing the Green Bike Big Dog Extreme. This is a folder with some attitude, and honestly, it’s just a great ride all around. We’ve reviewed quite a few electric bikes from Green Bike and this company does an excellent job at picking and choosing the right components. And the Big Dog Extreme is no exception. This folding electric bike is powerful, fast, compact and perhaps most importantly, it’s comfy.