All Electric Bikes.

All Electric Bikes

The best part of an electric bike is that it gives you a much-needed boost just when you need it. The rear motor on an e-bike kicks in when you hit the throttle, which is conveniently located on the handlebars. Some models also have a motor that naturally turns on in response to pedal resistance. You still get the cycling experience, but you don’t have to power your two-wheeler all on your own

That hill in your favorite national park that has always seemed so daunting? With the help of an electric bike, it’s not so insurmountable anymore. In addition to making hill climbing easier, an electric bike can help you fight through strong winds or battle fatigue at the end of a long ride

Give Your Calves a Break

Not only do electric bikes open a new world of adventurous routes, but they give your body a break. Pedaling fiercely along a hilly path can result in next-day pain, even for the fittest of cyclists. When your electric bike kicks in – it takes the load off your legs and back. Hunching over to persevere up a challenging incline could be hard on your lower back or your knees if you do it often enough.

If you’ve been hesitant to take up cycling because you’re not sure your body can handle it, electric bikes come to the rescue. E-bikes are particularly popular with novice and older bikers who could use the support.

Take Advantage of Incredible Features

Whether you’re checking out electric bikes in Los Angeles or taking your e-bike on a rural adventure, you have a host of great features at your disposal. Electric bikes from Sixthreezero are equipped with 500-watt rear motors, a 500-watt lithium-ion battery and charger, and LCD performance display. You also have front and rear brakes beneath you for swift stopping and thumb throttle control. The steel frame is durable and lightweight, making it easier to transport your e-bike and make it last for years.

At Sixthreezero, we believe in making quality e-bikes accessible. Our electric bikes can handle riders up to 6’4” tall and 300 pounds. What’s more, our e-bikes are great for riding up to 20 miles at a time, have a soft seat, and are designed for frequent uphill travel. If you’re looking for electric bikes for sale, look no further.

Different Strokes

As nice as it is to have an electric bike, that can take some of the fun out of it for some people. After all, it’s just not quite the same when you don’t have to pedal yourself. To help you get the best of both worlds, we have tons of e bikes for sale that can be used in three different modes. In one mode, you can turn the motor off and pedal to power yourself like a normal bicycle. Alternatively, the pedal assist mode can help you get that little extra push you need without taking away the traditional bicycle riding feel. If you want to kick back and let the motor do all the work, there’s a setting that can take care of that, too.

Pure Power

One thing to consider when you’re shopping for an electric bike is how much power the bike you’re buying has. At Sixthreezero, we have various options for you to choose from, including both 250W and 500W electric bikes for sale. If you want more power and don’t care about potentially losing a bit of range, a 500W e bike is the way to go. On the other hand, a 250W bike will provide a bit less power while offering a longer range due to decreased battery consumption. If you are looking for specific information about a bike’s range or top speed, you can find that on the product page for each individual bike. One thing that’s important to note is that your bike’s range depends on a lot of factors, including your weight and whether you are going uphill.

A Comfortable Ride

If you are trusting your electric bike as one of your modes of transportation, you need to have a bike that is comfortable. As a matter of fact, one of the biggest parts of finding the best electric bike for your needs is finding something that fits you and keeps you comfortable while you ride. The e bikes we have for sale at Sixthreezero are made specifically with comfort in mind, designed with cozy seats and optimized riding angles so you do not have to worry about being sore after a ride. We even provide information about what size rider each bike is designed for you so don’t purchase a bike that is the wrong size. However, you will find that most of the bikes we have for sale support riders up to 6 ft tall and 250 lbs, so it will not be an issue for most riders.

Fast and Furious

Walking to get from place to place is good exercise, but it can take a while to get where you need to go. If you are looking for a faster way to get around without having to spend a fortune on gas and car insurance, electric bikes are the way to go. At Sixthreezero, we have an electric bike for sale to fit your needs no matter what you are looking for. Best of all, most of these bikes can reach speeds of more than 15 MPH. When you use the pedal assist mode and do some of the work yourself, you can reach speeds upwards of 20 MPH. If you’re looking for a fast way to get around for your daily errands, electric bikes are the perfect combination of convenience without taking away the feeling of pedaling to propel a bicycle when you want to.

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Best electric bikes 2023 for every kind of rider

If you’re looking for the best electric bikes, there are a lot to choose from, with electric motors and batteries added to a wide range of bikes to add extra power.

Electric road bikes will come with dropped handlebars and favour low weight, whilst electric hybrid bikes will come with flat bars, wider tyres and accessories to aid commuters – such as mudguards and lights. Electric folding bikes are useful if part of your journey involves train travel or you’re short on space.

Here at Cycling Weekly, we’ve reviewed bikes from these three categories and there are links to our more detailed reviews for each bike in this guide. Our testing involves a range of routes and ride lengths and our highly experienced team of testers understands what makes a good bike and what to look for in the best electric bikes.

Electric bikes can be expensive, but there are options too if you’re looking to keep costs low with starting from around 1,000: check out the best budget electric bikes. If you’re into tinkering with your bike, you might also want to look at the best electric bike conversion kits as an alternative to buying a completely new electric bike.

Women may benefit from female specific components on the best women’s electric bikes, and if you’re venturing off-road, check out the best electric gravel bikes.

If you’re looking for the best electric mountain bike though, follow this link to head over to our sister publication MBR which specialises in mountain biking.

Top picks

Here’s a quick look at our top choices from the best electric bikes, including a folding option.

The Specialized Turbo Vado is designed for fast urban riding but with its suspension fork and wider tires it can also handle rougher roads.

There’s a lot of clever tech in the aviation-inspired Gocycle G4i, with a neat folding mechanism, lightweight frame and decent mileage from its internal battery.

The Giant Fastride’s neatly integrated battery and quality spec make it a great option for the commute, with wide gear range and hydraulic disc brakes.

If your e-bike riding heads off-road, the Neo Carbon Lefty has front and rear suspension and a powerful Bosch motor to help you up the hills.

The Cento1 Hybrid takes Wilier’s race bike pedigree and inserts a rear hub motor in a stealth package that keeps the bike’s performance and doesn’t add too much weight.

The classic Brompton with the same folding mechanism, but with a front hub motor and battery housed in a neat removeable bag.

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Best Electric Hybrid bikes

Electric hybrid bikes are the fastest selling style. Their flat bars, usually wide tyre, and commute friendly fittings. such as mudguard mounts and rack mounts. make them extremely practical machines.

The motor can be housed in the rear hub, or at the cranks, and the torque will vary. low torque models offer a natural pedalling assistance, but high torque versions will move off the lights more quickly.

Reasons to avoid

The Ribble Hybrid AL e is a road-going hybrid bike that’s equally at home on gravel paths and trails, with a comfortable and confidence-inspiring upright riding position, so great for returning or newbie riders.

For us, we think the bike is one of the best looking hybrids we’ve ever come across, with the design hiding away the motor incredibly well, although we were a little sad that adjusting the seat post left behind scratch marks. The fully loaded package includes fenders (mudguards), lights and a rear rack making it perfect as a daily commuter or for ditching the car when going to the store, although we did find these a little rattily on test.

The Ebikemotion motor delivers its power smoothly and efficiently and offers long-range in between charges, making the Ribble far more than just an A to B bike.

Understandably it doesn’t perform in the same way as the Canyon Grail:ON in terms of fast and tight torque, but tap along and it will tick over nicely, taking the top off any strenuous rides.

With all the added extras as standard and classy looks, the Ribble Hybrid AL e is a great electric bike for the money.

Reasons to avoid

A fun ride that’s great in urban environments but also provides a confidence-inspiring ride on rougher terrain is what the Specialized Turbo Vado is all about.

If you’re after a bike that is fully integrated with lights, fenders and rack (27kg capacity) as well as security (on the App removable battery using a key), then this represents a straight forward choice. Only the weight, and to a lesser degree cost, need consideration.

We found the 70Nm/250W custom-tuned motor applies power seamlessly and powerfully as soon as you push down on the pedals. Range is excellent too. 95-130km / 60-80 miles should be easily attainable using the default settings of Sport’ and ‘50% power’. There is an Eco mode as well as Turbo, so if you’re careful you can expect much greater range.

It is a heavy machine at 60lbs/ 27kg, so not easy to lift, so anyone needing to navigate steps in or out of the bike’s storage place will need to take this into consideration, but aside from that we found the Specialized Vado Turbo to be a joy to ride.

Reasons to avoid

We absolutely loved zooming around on the speedy Ride1Up Roadster V2 with its five levels of power assist. If you’re anything like us and are more used to training and racing on standard road bikes it can easily become your guilty pleasure. it’s fantastic fun to ride.

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The bike was so quiet, even on level 5, convincing onlookers that our tester had to be some kind of super Hero to ride so fast up 15 per cent climbs. The only downside. in common with other e-bikes that only assist when you’re pedalling. was where there was a requirement for a hill start, the cranks had to be turned over in order to get the motor to engage, creating a pregnant pause at the lights, before vavavooming off.

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The claimed 24mph maximum assisted speed (in the US) needs input from the pedals to reach on the flats, but without a doubt it’s noticeable downhill, where other bikes, such as the Wilier Cento1Hy Ultegra Di2 e-bike auto assist would cut out and slow you down.

This extra speed also puts the bike into a class 3 e-bike, meaning that it doesn’t meet EAPC rules in the UK, but that’s by the by as US brand Ride1Up doesn’t currently ship there.

If you are in a country lucky enough to be shipped to: the US, Canada and Mexico, then it’s a great option and one that has a very high fun-to-dollar ratio.

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Ride1Up is a direct-to-consumer brand. check out the Roadster V2 on its website here.

Reasons to avoid

The Canyon Precede:ON is an efficient automatic transmission city bike that performs well in multi-terrain settings whether for utility or for leisure purposes thanks to a powerful motor and control panel.

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With built-in accessories such as lights, mudguards, rack and kickstand all the trappings are there to make for a comfortable ride with style straight out the box. All these add ons however do make it one of the heaviest e-bikes on the market, even heavier than the Specialized Turbo Vado.

We really loved the Canyon Grail: On and it’s great to see the Precede:ON also be kitted with the Bosch Performance Line CX motor, although ideally we would love to see a little more juice in the battery to support the other impressive spec.

With everything you need straight out the box, including navigation system and lights, it’s the easiest way to swap driving/ public transport for a bike, but it is at the higher end price tag wise. There are a couple of models to choose from, which also takes the cost down a touch, but with a six year guarantee, it could be a savvy investment.

The only other point to note is that Canyon has a direct sales model, so you’ll have to buy directly from the brand here.

Reasons to avoid

The Giant Fastroad E Pro is another road-going hybrid bike with flat handlebars to promote a comfortable ride position for even the rustiest of riders, in fact we enjoyed riding this great electric hybrid road bike so much we gave it a Cycling Weekly Editor’s Choice Award.

The tyres provide plenty of squish and the ability to go lightly off-road. However on test we found the aluminium frame and fork quite stiff, which will suit those used to a traditional road bike’s feel and riders looking for a speedy commute, but worth bearing in mind if you’re used to a softer hybrid feel.

We really liked the bike’s integration of the battery, which can often be a design factor forgotten about on hybrid bikes. We were also really impressed to see the spec on the FastRoad, with hydraulic disc brakes and quality Shimano shifting, with a compact chainset and wide range cassette at the rear to provide plenty of gears for the hills all making an appearance.

A great electric hybrid bike for a fair price that will have a lot of appeal to lots of different riders.

Reasons to avoid

With its 36V battery, which should give around 70 miles of juice, hooked up to a mid-drive motor, we found that the Volt Infinity electric bike gave a nice balanced feel to the bike.

Shimano provides the power in the form of 8-speed Alfine Di2 hub Shimano Steps, the highly regarded motor and e-bike specific groupset.

Three different assistance modes will let you get the most out of that battery and the display mounted on the front will make it easy to keep track and we loved that the torque sensor picked up when we were flagging and gave us a little boost to help us along our way.

Previously similar to the Carrera Subway E, it’s had a bit of a make over and it’s now much more visually integrated than the previous model that we tested, although it’s still without a quick release rear wheel, making investing in the best puncture-proof tyres or inner tubes a shrewd investment.

The only real downside is the one size fits all. Great if it does fit you, not so much if it doesn’t.

Best Electric Folding Bikes

Folding electric bikes are practical if you have a train journey forming part of your trip or are low on space. Being small, the battery and motor can represent a large percentage of the weight, so the FOCUS is often on reducing this as much as possible.

Mileage on folding bikes is often low, since they’re typically used to ride to and from train stations, so battery range isn’t always a major consideration.

If you are considering going for a folder, you might find our buying guide page dedicated to helping you find the best folding bikes a useful read.

Reasons to avoid

We absolutely loved the Brompton Electric bike when we took it out for a spin, finding it to be the perfect bike for commuting in traffic and then stowing well out of the way post-ride.

The brand is considered by many as the gold standard of folding bikes, and the Brompton Electric is clearly cast from the same mould.

As typical with any Brompton bike, the brand has taken full control of the engineering, so everything from frame to motor has been designed in house. Brompton however has called upon the experiences of Williams Advanced Engineering when it comes to the motor, developing a bespoke lightweight removable battery and motor.

As you would expect when a team of Formula One engineers get under the bonnet of the Brompton Electric, the small, but perfectly formed motor has excelled, delivering power smoothly, safely and exactly when you need it.

The frame is the usual Brompton high standard, and while one size, keeps the ability to choose handlebars, seatpost heights and even saddle widths. There are six speeds, giving you plenty to play with when you hit a hill.

Whatever your final set up, you can rest assured as to the bike’s foldability, which is one of the reasons why Brompton stands out from the folding bike crowd. Its folded footprint is one of the smallest out there: 565mm high x 585mm wide x 270mm long (22.2 x 23 x 10.6). This means it’s highly portable and capable of stowing in the smallest of spaces, although be warned, due to the independent motor and battery pack, you’ll find yourself with two hands full, so best to invest in a rucksack for your other belongings.

On test we felt this was an absolute dream of a bike, in fact, we went as far as calling it a transport gamechanger. If you’re worried by the 17kg-plus weight, there’s now the Brompton Electric P Line bike, which uses lighter frame materials to drop the claimed weight down to 15.6kg.

Reasons to avoid

The G4i is a solid choice for a commuter, with the option to add many accessories such as mudguards (fenders), a front and rear pannier rack, integrated lights, lock holster and a travel case.

The design folds in half, so that you can push it on its wheels rather than needing to carry it, or you can fully fold it into a compact package. There’s built-in rear suspension, concealed cabling and a fully enclosed drivetrain.

It features a discreetly integrated USB port on the handlebar, enabling owners to charge their phone or other small devices from the bike’s battery when not in use. although we found the quality of the integrated phone mount didn’t quite match that of the bike itself. The same goes for the LED display, which we found to be rather basic. although the information it provides is useful.

It’s also likely to be pretty low-maintenance given that the drivetrain is completely enclosed. This makes sense, given that commuting year round usually means cycling in the wet at some point. The G4i utilizes a Shimano Nexus 3 speed internally geared hub. With 1” of elastomer suspension and 2.35” wide tyres, it is one of the more comfortable small wheelers. Single-sided wheel attachment means you don’t even have to remove the wheel, should you puncture one of the 20” wheels.

The 500W (250W in the UK/EU) G4 electric motor and 375Wh Lithium-ion battery is claimed to provide a range of up to 80km (50mi), but the most we managed to get out of it was just 44km (27mi). To be fair, that was in one of the more ‘assisted’ modes and I always had the daytime running lights on. and the city of Bath is well known for its brutally steep hills.

The bike is available from 17.6kg / 38.8lbs. However, as the weight is centred low on the frame, this at least makes the ride more stable. The folding mechanism has been improved since previous versions and can be quickly collapsed into a small package. Gocycle says this can be done in as little as ten seconds; we found it was closer to 20.

Electric Bikes

Everything you love about road riding, with an added boost of pedal power. Whether you’re riding over a mountain pass or simply down to the corner market, now you can ride farther and faster than you ever thought possible with an electric road bike from Giant.

Not sure what the day has in store, and want to be ready for anything? Giant’s Adventure electric bikes offer a smooth and comfortable riding experience—even as you head off paved roads. So go ahead, see where that trail leads to and still make it home on time.

Climb steep trails, conquer high peaks, and extend your singletrack adventures. Our collection of electric mountain bikes includes everything from XC hardtails to full-suspension fun machines for more technical terrain.

Momentum E-bikes represent a Smart transportation solution that’s way more fun than a train or a bus. Our easy-to-operate electric bikes give you a seamless boost of pedaling power so you can ride farther and faster with less effort.

Riding E-Bikes With Action Sport Legends

Grabbing all the E-bikes, we took off as a group. It was so awesome to see everyone riding together. Riding up trails that would normally take hours only took a fraction of the time on E-bikes. Riding down we found so many awesome little hits and jumps. Travis Pastrana wanted to do a backflip and followed me into a jump he had never hit before. His backflip ended up missing my head by only three feet, but somehow he landed it. Typical Travis.

Gran Fondo On An E-Bike

“ Gran Fondo organizers are welcoming E-bikes to their events, and I was curious to see what the experience would be like – especially on this daunting course with more than 9,000 feet of climbing. Would it be super easy with the help of pedal assist? importantly, how would participants manage battery life?”

Customer Reviews

TOO MUCH FUN

“The ultimate outdoor experience. The pedal assist is very intuitive. I even forgot to notice it after the first few minutes. I put it on a medium setting and just enjoyed the trail. I was surprised at how well the bike handles technical terrain as well as sharp turns where I thought the extra weight would be a factor. I think the bigger tires and extra weight actually contribute to a more planted feel on the trail. Fun no matter what skill level!” – Brad from Texas on the Trance E 1 Pro

FANTASTIC BIKE

“I do use it nearly every day for commutes, and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it. I’ve put a fair amount of mileage on the bike, so I feel like I have a good grip on things. The motor’s torque is great, and really makes accelerating fun. Honestly, I feel like I would be completely comfortable with more speed, but 28 mph is as good as it gets for road legal e-bikes. The bike just feels solid, and having the powerful motor allows me to get to my destinations without getting sweaty.” – CG from Greensboro, North Carolina reviews the Fastroad E EX Pro.

AWESOME. IN JUST ABOUT EVERY WAY

“Great handling and performance from a ride standpoint. Descents exceeding 40 mph on paved roads were completed without concern and was extremely stable. no shimming or issues with cornering. On gravel the 45c tires and frame absorbed bumps and rough surfaces, resulting in a smooth ride. The greatest feature was the pedal assistance provided by the SyncDrive motor which offered as much assist as you need.”—Chuck from Red Wing, Minnesota reviews the Revolt E Pro

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Full Suspension Electric Bikes

Welcome to the Cyrusher full-suspension electric bike category. Here, you’ll find the best electric mountain bikes (e-MTBs) and all-terrain electric bikes featuring independent front and rear suspension.

Our stunning e-bikes give riders a new active lifestyle through fun rides. These e-bikes provide unparalleled comfort, control, and stability. perfect for traversing rugged terrain. We’ve helped more than 60,000 happy riders around the world since 2014. start having fun with us today!

XF900 Motorcycle-Style Ebike | 750W 17/20 Ah

The Cyrusher XF900 electric bike is a must-have for anyone looking for an exhilarating ride that combines performance, style, and comfort. This sleek and stylish bike is perfect for both city and off-road cycling, making it the ideal choice for adventure seekers and commuting enthusiasts alike. The powerful motor and.

XF800 Full Suspension Ebike | 750W 13Ah

Welcome to the future of cycling with the Cyrusher XF800 electric bike! Our top-of-the-line e-bike is designed to revolutionize your riding experience and take you to new heights of performance.

Montta All-Terrain Full Suspension Ebike | 750W 17Ah

The Montta is one of the latest models released in 2023. It is a 26 X 4, low-side fat tire ebike, packed with amazing features and high-quality components. The Montta features a 48V 17Ah high-capacity battery that can travel long distances to continue your riding journey. Additionally, the Shimano 7-speed.

Ranger 52V All-Terrain Full Suspension Air-shock Ebike | 750W 20Ah

Faster, better, stronger. The new Ranger model is packed with the best features and components, engineered to be our new flagship bike. The Bafang motor, 20 Ah battery, rear air suspension shock, color LCD screen display, and its unique 2-color frame will surely turn heads wherever you go. Its aggressive.

Kommoda Step-through Ebike | 750W 14Ah

This incredible step-through model is perfect for shorter riders and those with mobility limitations, providing easy on and off access for riders of all skill levels. But don’t be fooled by its easy-to-use design. the Kommoda is packed with advanced features that make it an unstoppable force on any.

Ovia 52V Step-through Full Suspension Air-shock Ebike | 750W 17Ah

The Ovia is the 2nd Step-though model to join the Cyrusher family. This bike is perfect for shorter riders or those with limited mobility, as its low clearance frame makes it much easier to get on and off. Its strong, solid appearance, and beautiful paintwork make this bike a hit.

XF690 Maxs Folding Mountain Ebike | 750W 15Ah

The XF690 Maxs is our folding electric bike. Allowing this electric bicycle to be carried in the trunk of a car conveniently or when storage space is tight. The XF690 Maxs features a good-looking frame and cool paintwork that will turn heads. It’s great for the city commuter, although with.

Bandit Full Suspenison Folding Ebike | 750W 17Ah

It’s great for the city commuter, although with its fat tires and full suspension, it can also be a great mountain ebike. The new Bandit is the rebranding of the XF690. A folding electric bicycle that allows being carried in the trunk of a car conveniently, or for when storage.

Trax 52V Step-through All-Terrain Full Suspension Air-shock Ebike | 750W 20Ah

Jump on the Cyrusher Trax and experience an all-terrain journey like never before. Its long range and 52V 20 Ah battery will ensure you have the power and strength to tackle whatever comes in your way. The Trax features a beautiful paint design with eye-catching colors and fat tires. It.

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Why Riders Choose Cyrusher Full Suspension E-bikes?

Superior Comfort: Enjoy a smoother and more comfortable ride, even on rough terrain.

Increased Stability: Our e-bikes give you maximum control and stability when going up and down steep hills or navigating tricky curves.

Professional Support: Our experts can help you choose the perfect electric bike for your riding style and provide technical assistance on any issues.

Premium Quality: Cyrusher bikes are built to last with superior components and materials, so you can be assured of performance for many years.

Innovative Technology: Our advanced technology gives you an enhanced riding experience. with features like torque-sensing pedal assist and more.

A Bike to Fit You: Do you want a powerful electric mountain bike (e-MTB) for aggressive riding? Or a step-thru commuter? Cyrusher has the ideal bike designed to meet your needs.

Reliable Parts: We use only the best parts in our ebikes, so you can be sure of long-lasting fun. and excellent value for money.

Warranty: We offer a 2-year warranty on parts and frames and a 1-year warranty on batteries to ensure peace of mind.

Forget other bike brands. Shop Cyrusher today. we have the perfect full-suspension e-bike for you!

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