E-bikes are enjoying traction among bicycle enthusiasts that want to enjoy the simple pleasure of biking without exerting themselves too much. The electric motor provides a boost to pedaling effort, making it easier to go uphill, conquer rough riding surfaces, and attain higher speeds even on smooth roads.
Due to the boom in e-bikes, buyers are faced with seemingly endless options that it is hard to select a model when shopping. To help you, we have rounded up our top seven e-bikes for you to select from.
The Huck Rebel
The company behind the Rebel, Huck Cycles, designed the e-bike with the principle that the journey is as important as the destination. They run a small production team that will hand-make your e-bike, with options for customizations. The Huckle Rebel rides on 18-inch knobby tires and has a top speed of 50 mph with a range of 40 miles on the standard model.
Call this e-bike the celerity e-bike, and you won’t be wrong. It has attracted personalities like Casey Neistat and Justin Bieber. So the manufacturer must be doing something right, right? The Super73-RX has a riding range of up to 75 miles, depending on the mode you select. Among many other things, it has a small LCD where you can check your battery level, speed, pedal assist level, etc.
The Onyx RCR
There is a touch of class to this e-bike with the part-wooden cover of the battery. It is pretty fast, reaching up to 55 mph. If you stick to Eco Mode, you can ride for 75 miles before you need to charge the battery. Other features include front and rear suspensions. You can upgrade to get a more off-road look and turn signals.
The Zugo RHINO Fat e-bike
The Rhino is offered as a normal design and step-through. The design is quite appealing with a distinctive design. It is built tough and comes with a 48v 750 watt electric motor that promises a top speed of 28 miles. Riding range is 60 miles.
This e-bike can support two riders with a maximum weight of 325 pounds.
The Sykl Power C750
The Sykl Power C750 is a bike you can hop on to go anywhere, whether it is off-roading or running around town on its 20” fat tires. Range is estimated at 30 miles per charge, and the maximum carrying capacity is 275 lb. It comes with a removable front rack and rear basket, and fenders. When you are done riding for the day, you can fold the bike for storage.
The Xion CyberX
If you want your e-bike to look bad-ass, you should check out the Xion CyberX. It appears like a worthy companion to the upcoming Tesla Cybertruck with its sharp angles. It even glows in the dark and has LED side panels! The e-bike is a performer, with 0 to 30 mph in four seconds. Riding range is 100 miles, and you can bring a passenger with you.
This last e-bike on our list has a maximum speed of 19.8 mph and lasts 37 miles on a single charge. It features responsive suspension to ensure you have a smooth ride. The battery is detachable, meaning you can carry a spare battery to extend your range.