Electric Mountain Bikes

Capable of handling off road conditions, usually includes a shock absorber and knobby tires. Not all are mountain capable however.


Mountain eBike Reviews →

City Style Electric Bikes

Traditional frame designs built for pedaling and keeping the rider safe and clean on the streets. Most have fenders and some have lights.


City eBike Reviews →

Cruiser Style Electric Bikes

Offering a relaxed, upright seating position with larger tires and soft wide seats. Perfect for relaxed riding on pavement surfaces.


Cruiser eBike Reviews →

Folding Electric Bikes

Compact and light weight, these electric bikes break down quickly and easily making them perfect to stow in a closet, RV or boat.


Folding eBike Reviews →

Affordable Electric Bikes

Ebikes are espensive but these models all cost less than $2K (most are under $1,500) keep in mind that can mean lower quality.


Affordable eBike Reviews →

Electric Road Bikes

For those who want to pedal, even though they’ve got a motor on their bike, these bikes offer lots of gears and aggressive positioning.


Road eBike Reviews →

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Interbike 2014 Videos and Updates

This is the third year I’ve been able to attend Interbike in Las Vegas, NV USA and ebikes were more plentiful and sophisticated than ever! There’s more at the show.. read more

What’s the Difference Between Electric Bike Motors?

One of the biggest questions about electric bikes is “What’s the difference between motors?” and that’s because there are several different types including geared and gearless hubs, mid-drives and shaft.. read more

Insurance for Electric Bikes

Electric bikes have a lot in common with cars, certainly more than regular bicycles do. They’re expensive, usually more complex with mechanical, electrical and computer driven systems and they tend.. read more