eZip Reviews

It appears that eZip may no longer be in business, please contact us with corrections. Ezip was owned by Currie Tech Electric Bikes which was founded in 1997. They’re one of the older and most established US distributors of eBikes, being renowned for their large selection of stylish, premium, and technologically advanced electric bikes. In 2012, Accell Group N.V. acquired Currie Tech Electric Bikes and has been instrumental in its development since. For example, they teamed up with Yuba bicycles to launch the “Spicy Curry”, a cargo eBike designed to spice up American mobility and enable car-free living.
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eZip Trailz Commuter Review

  • MSRP: $999
  • MODEL YEAR: 2014

Affordable entry level electric bike with a unique side-mounted chain drive motor that can make truing wheels, replacing tires and fixing flats more difficult. Offers seat post shock, suspension fork, fenders, chain guard and ergonomic grips for comfort...

eZip Skyline Review

  • MSRP: $899
  • MODEL YEAR: 2014

Affordable entry level ebike that's one step up from the eZip Trailz, available in low-step and high-step frame designs. Lithium-ion battery provides good range, durability and is mounted mid-frame for improved balance...

eZip Tri-Ride Review

  • MSRP: $1,399
  • MODEL YEAR: 2013

Affordable, entry level electric trike is well designed and gets the job done. Lead-acid battery pack is very heavy and won't get as many cycles as a Lithium…...

eZip Trailz Review

  • MSRP: $699
  • MODEL YEAR: 2013

Steel frame is heavy but absorbs some vibration along with the entry level suspension fork. External side-mounted chain driven 450 Watt brushed motor offers good torque but is loud and…...