Electric Folding Bikes. Small folding electric bike

Electric Folding Bikes

Enhance your RV, camper or van adventures. Our folding electric bike saves space and is a powerful ride. Shop this fat tire and utility ebike you can pull out for all-terrain rides, trips to the beach, or spins around town.

Our latest folding ebike has fatter tires to tackle adventures of all sorts. Featuring a step-through frame, and allows you to customize your ride with adjustable handlebars, seven speeds, and four levels of pedal-assist.

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High-Step Frame

Step-Thru Frame

Lower top-tube angle than a high-step frame. Riders find a more forgiving angle for swinging their leg over when mounting and dismounting.

Mid-Step Frame

Frame design without a top tube. No need to swing a leg over. rider mounts and dismounts by stepping over the low, dropped frame.

What is an Electric Folding Bike?

Our electric folding bikes are custom-designed for people of all sizes and ages to find fun wherever they ride! These affordable ebikes are built to easily fold and unfold while also providing a sturdy, smooth ride with plenty of adjustability for rider comfort on longer trips.

Design Use

Our foldable ebike models come with 750W geared hub motors, up to 45 miles per charge, and a 275-lb. payload capacity. We offer these electric folding bikes with step-through frame options to provide easy access for mounting, riding and stopping. Our models feature rigid forks for a lighter folding ebike.

They are designed to fold and unfold easily without interfering with the ebike cables or components. These small ebikes can even be folded with a rear rack and front basket attached! (Note: Your folded dimensions in this scenario are slightly wider, but still more compact for storage)

Folding Ebike Safety

All of our frames provide a solid, sturdy ride feel, and our folding ebikes are no exception. With multiple safety redundancies, the primary folding hinge prevents accidental unlatching when locked properly. We have extensive how-to fold our ebikes articles to show you how simple and easy it is. When unfolded and securely latched, these ebikes are designed to be safely ridden across a variety of terrains.

Tires Terrain

All of our folding ebike models feature 20” diameter fat tires capable of handling hills, multiple terrains, and longer rides. Models come with either a 3” wide smoother tire or 4” wide tire with a more rugged tread.

The three-inch wide fat tire provides an efficient and slightly zippier ride. The smaller diameter helps the bike get up to top speed a bit quicker than larger tires. The slightly thinner tire has less rolling resistance and is quieter than a wider tire, while still offering great stability.

The four-inch wide, more rugged tread provides additional stability for off-road riding while offering more of a fat bike-style ride feel. The 4 width allows for customers to adjust tire pressure to ride different terrain and provides more cushion to a rigid fork ebike setup. Overall, these tires provide a stable and safe ride for first-time riders even when rolling over smaller obstacles.

For heavier off-road and outdoor use, we sometimes see our folding ebike customers with 3 tires opt to purchase the Kenda Krusade tires as an upgrade with a 4-inch tire width and heavier tread. (bonus: You’ll have the original tires as backups!)

Transporting Storing

Our folding ebikes are designed to be smaller and easily collapsible for transporting in a vehicle or storing in smaller spaces. These ebikes are designed to fold up and fit conveniently in the back of a car, SUV, camper van or an RV without the need for special racks.

They can also transport like a regular ebike on a vehicle with our Hollywood Racks Sport Rider Ebike Hitch Rack and Ebike Adapter Bar add-ons. The Sport Rider Ebike Hitch Rack is not currently available for use with RVs.

While heavier than traditional folding bikes, they provide the same benefits. it’s transportation and storage made easy. Our customers appreciate the simple, secure folding process and the electric boost while exploring new adventures.

Best Uses for Your Electric Folding Bike

Because of electric folding bikes’ unique capabilities to fold for easier transport and storing, they are popular for RV, camper, and van life. Our customers use them for outdoor activities that they bring their ebikes along for, including camping, hunting, and fishing. Learn more in our blog about taking your folding ebike along on a summer road trip.

These ebikes are also great for city life where storage in small spaces is critical. There are many other ways that you can use our folding ebikes, including with your boat or around campus.

Featured Customer Media Reviews

“Space inside the RV, especially when you’re on the road, is limited. Getting a full-size bike inside is pretty cumbersome, but with the RadMini, you can put it almost anywhere.”

Anthony Nalli, Executive Producer of the RV’ers and outdoor enthusiast

“[My wife and I] enjoy taking our bikes out while camping. It’s been so much fun and we are seeing lots of sites we typically would not have seen. Highly recommend these bikes.”

“The Mini is a bike that you’ll keep finding a use for. A hunter getting into their spot and wanting something easy to conceal once they get there. An apartment dweller that is limited on space, but wants an ebike. RV or van-lifers that need an easy way to get around the campsite. Anyone that is interested in an ebike but is limited on space.”

“I have had the RadMini for a month now and put 160 miles on it. It is so cool to ride around the neighborhood or around town feeling like a kid again. I have been folding it up and taking it with me to different locations and then riding from there. I love it.

HAOQI MINI Foldable Electric Bike

Ride the spirit of adventure with Haoqi electric bicyles. With Foldable deaisn and 250W powerful motors,MINI is especially designed for commuting Travel. Our 14 Foldable Ebike is built to travel effortlessly through the city, trails, and around the neighborhood. Always enjoy the scenery to your destination and ride up to a speed of 15.5MPH and reach a distance up to 25.6 Miles per charge.

Raw reduction gear, the torque reaches 82NM without deformation. Powerful chip,signal processing istimely and stable and not easy to damage.

Raw reduction gear, the torque reaches 82NM without deformation. Powerful chip,signal processing istimely and stable and not easy to damage.

Foldable, portable, and ready for anything. the folding electric bike will fit in a closet or under a desk, meaning it’s infinitely portable! It’ll even fit in the trunk of a car or easily into an RV so it can go anywhere with you.

Foldable, portable, and ready for anything. the folding electric bike will fit in a closet or under a desk, meaning it’s infinitely portable! It’ll even fit in the trunk of a car or easily into an RV so it can go anywhere with you.

Steel Front Basket

High Capacity Battery

Powerful Motor

  • Battery 36V 5.2AH 2500 cells battery
  • Motor 36V 250W rear-drive motor
  • Bike Frame.
  • Display LCD Display
  • Charger US Standard 2.0A Smart Charger
  • Rear Cassette Shimano 7 speed 11-28T
  • Pedal Assist Intelligent 5 Levels Intelligent pedal assist
  • Tires INNOVA 16 1.75
  • Charging Time 3-4 hours
  • Product Weight.
  • Recommended Rider Heights.
  • Total Payload Capacity.
  • Brake lever Alu alloy comfort grip levers with killing switch
  • Chain Single Speed Bike Chain
  • Freewheel Shimano 7 speed 11-28T
  • Brake Mechanic Brake With160mm Rotor Discs
  • Stem Folding 7 degree alloy stem.
  • Crank Alloy chainring 46T170mm aluminum alloy arms
  • Gearing Shimano 7 speed 11-28T
  • Front Fork.
  • Rear Suspension.
  • Throttle Thumb throttle
  • Pedal Plastic pedal with reflectors
  • Bike Frame.
  • Headlight High Lumen LED Lights
  • Handlebars Alloy Flat 25.4mm Barbore, 620mm Width
  • Saddle PU Leather Steel Rail Saddle
  • Kickstand Side mount alloy 16 kickstand
  • Seat post Alloy
  • Spokes Steel

Does the bike come mostly assembled? I’m a novice and is it easy to assemble?

Your bike will arrive mostly assembled. We will provide the tools and a comprehensive assembly video so you can assemble your Haoqi Bike bike within 20mins even if you are a novice.

Is the Bike with Fenders?

Yes, the bike with two fenders, it has to install yourself after receiving the package. E-bike full fenders2, multi-function repair tool1, Rear rack1, Charge1, Headlight and TaillightsHAOQI Unboxing Assembly Instructionshttps://www.YouTube.com/watch?v=QrmzxlZy_74

Do I need a license and Insurance to ride ebike on the road? No. The e-bike from Haoqi is completely under U.S regulations and laws which allow you to ride it without specific license and insurance.

Where can I ride an electric bike?

An electric bike is legally treated the same as a normal bike. You can ride an electric assisted bike anywhere you can ride your regular bike.

Which class does the Haoqi Leopard belong to?

Class 1 has a top speed of 20 mph without pedaling.Class 2 has a top speed of 20 mph without pedaling and has a throttle. Class 3 has a top speed of 28 mph without pedaling.Haoqi Leopard belongs to the class 2.

Can the speed limit be cancelled?

We do not recommend lifting the speed limit, if it is lifted, it will definitely affect the mileage. After the speed is released, it can rise to class3 level.

7.Is the battery of my Haoqi bike removable?

The battery can be removed and recharged.

8.Can I ride into the rain? What is the waterproof rating?

Haoqi electric Bike battery is sealed well enough for the bikes to be safely ridden in light rain. IP 50. However, it is not recommended to ride them through very heavy downpours, or through flooded streets when the crank and/or the motor can get splashed or even covered with water. It is best to take shelter until the rain eases and the roads are no longer covered with water.

Sales service

Email: vip@haoqiebike.com Phone: (501) 777-5124‬ Warehouse address : 4250 Shirley Ave. El Monte CA 91731

Notice: For more shipping information, send an email to vip@haoqiebike.com. We will get back to you in 24 hours.

REVIEW: The 6,000 Gocycle G4i convinced me that a folding e-bike is the ultimate urban commuter

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  • I spent two weeks commuting in New York on the Gocycle G4i, a 6,000 folding electric bicycle.
  • Riding a bike that folds up small and gives an electric boost was a game-changer for NYC commuting.
  • The G4i made two-wheeled commuting super convenient, and looked great doing it.

The pandemic has given rise to plenty of habits we’re all too eager to leave behind: masks, fistfights over masks, awkward elbow bumps, and more.

But it’s also sparked, dare I say, positive additions to people’s hobbies and routines amid an otherwise terrible 18 months. Some were blips during the early, frenzied, this-is-going-to-be-a-tough-three-months stage of the outbreak — like baking sourdough bread. Others have stuck around, as evidenced by the huge number of people who started biking when public transit got scary and never stopped.

You can count me in that camp. I always rode around New York for exercise and transport, but Covid kicked that into high gear. Even with a vaccine coursing through my veins and the virus beginning (hopefully) to recede soon, my bike has remained my default way of getting most places. I’d like to keep it that way.

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But moving through the city by bike has its downsides. Even with a beefy lock, you can never be certain that your bike will be where you left it. You’re always committing to riding home, lest you become that person jamming their bike onto a packed subway car. And, unless you’re Lance Armstrong, you’re going to arrive places tired and sweaty.

This all may be fine for some people. But I know that if I want to make two-wheeled commuting a daily routine, I’m going to need to consider options aside from my trusty road bike.

I figured a folding e-bike — compact, maneuverable, and with plenty of electric oomph to aid my puny human legs — would solve these problems and make the perfect long-term commuter.

Gocycle, a British maker of high-end folding e-bikes, loaned me one of its new G4i models so I could put that hypothesis to the test. I spent two weeks in July commuting from my apartment in Queens to Insider’s downtown Manhattan office — and now I never want to go back to commuting on a normal bike.

High design, peak convenience

Having a bike that folded into a tidy little package when not in use was a game-changer for a host of reasons. And the 5,999 G4i, Gocycle’s latest and greatest model, collapses quickly and effortlessly.

All you need to do is unlock two sturdy main latches: one that lets the handlebars fold downward and another that allows the frame to fold in half down the middle. It’s all cleverly held together by a little elastic Band that hooks the handlebars to the frame.

Every time I got to work, I folded the bike up in a matter of seconds and wheeled it into the office using its seat as a handle. The office building doesn’t allow bikes, but the staff didn’t seem to pay much mind when I would roll or carry the neatly folded-up G4i through the lobby.

Being able to easily bring a bike inside wherever I went was huge — especially when that bike was a flashy, expensive machine that didn’t belong to me. Theft problem, solved.

The bike’s compact folded size was a blessing the one time I wound up wanting to take the subway home after a tough workout, but that’s not something I’d do every day. While the Gocycle is miles easier to take on the train than a conventional bike, it’s a bit cumbersome to carry and lugging it up and down subway steps is no walk in the park. At 35.9 pounds, the carbon-fiber, aluminum, and magnesium G4i is lighter than many e-bikes, but it’s not that light.

The G4i can fold up even smaller when needed. Removing the seat and a pedal — both of which have their own spots for storage in the frame — gives the bike an even more compact footprint. At home, the folded-up G4i could comfortably fit in a corner and stay out of the way, making it loads more apartment-friendly than some of the bulkier e-bikes I’ve tested.

Plus, the bike’s thoughtful enclosed drivetrain eliminates the risk of smearing chain grease on a pant leg or piece of furniture when maneuvering it around.

Folding e-bike vs. New York streets

All that convenience doesn’t come at the expense of ride quality. And the G4i has everything you’d expect from a high-end e-bike and then some.

A top speed of 20 mph was plenty for getting places fast, passing slower bikers, and keeping up with cars on less bike-friendly streets. The bike’s petite front-hub motor made getting up and over steep bridges a breeze. If I ever showed up to work sweaty, it was because of the 90-degree heat, not because I was huffing and puffing on my ride over.

An estimated range of up to 50 miles was more than enough for my 20-mile round-trip commute. And although I never fully tested the Gocycle’s battery capacity, I never came close to running out of energy by charging overnight regularly.

The G4i has both pedal-assistance and a twist throttle. I stuck with the pedal-assist most of the time. Like many pricier e-bikes, the G4i delivers power using a torque sensor, meaning that the more effort you put into pedaling, the more electric assistance you get. That makes for a natural-feeling ride.

The bike also automatically shifts between three gears depending on the effort a rider puts in. That took some getting used to, but I eventually got the hang of it. I liked having a bit more control over shifting, so I tended toward changing speeds manually using a gear selector on the handlebars.

Pairing the G4i to Gocycle’s app allows riders to choose from a few different ride modes or create their own, though I never felt the need to switch out of the default City setting. Turn your phone on its side, and the app doubles as a dashboard display that shows speed, battery level, miles traveled, and other key data, which was a nice touch. The bike comes with an elastic phone holder on the handlebars that’s surprisingly secure.

A person riding a folding bike sometimes looks like a bear on a tricycle, and I came in concerned that the small-looking G4i wouldn’t fit me. But I found the Gocycle remarkably comfortable, even for a tall person. I could ride for long distances without feeling fatigued in my wrists or neck.

The ultimate urban commuter

The Gocycle G4i is a fantastic, well-made e-bike that made moving through New York exceptionally quick and convenient for the two weeks I spent with it. It folded up easily for storage in the office and at home and alleviated many of the inconveniences that keep even the most enthusiastic bikers from riding more.

Plus, it looks great and is packed full of clever touches that show just how much the company labored over every detail. There’s an allen wrench slotted under the seat for on-the-fly adjustments, for example. And the center stand is contoured to the underside of the frame so it folds out of view. A slick LED light bar up front with multiple brightness and strobe settings made me feel safe riding at night.

The main downside, of course, is the bike’s cost. 6,000 could buy you a fleet of decent human-powered bikes, and more than a few solid battery-powered ones. But if this 6,000 bike is the one that gets you to ride daily or drive less, it could be well worth the money in gas savings and other transportation costs.

Plus, Gocycle offers a full lineup of folding bikes, and although they’re all expensive, some can be had for thousands less than the G4i.

The Gocycle G4i was, sadly, more of a blip in my pandemic routine than a mainstay. But once commuting becomes more of a thing and there are more places to go, I may just have to pick one up. Or at least, something like it.

Wallke H6 review: The fastest, most massive folding electric bike I’ve ever tested

Generally speaking, folding electric bikes are usually on the smaller and lighter end of the spectrum. They tend to prioritize compactness over performance, which makes sense for a folder. At least that was until the Wallke H6 came around and flipped the script, saying “Screw your compactness. We’re a crazy fast e-bike that just happens to fold in half!”

The Wallke H6 doesn’t pull any punches. It may have smaller diameter 20″ wheels, but this is still 90 pounds (41 kg) of e-bike coming at you fast.

And that’s not hyperbole. This thing gets up to a claimed 32 mph (51.5 km/h) – though I clocked it with GPS at 31 mph (50 km/h). Either way you slice you slice it though, that’s pretty darn fast. And it doesn’t take very long to hit those speeds either.

It’s a big bike with a lot of attitude. But it’s also got a lot of interesting parts on it too, from a powerful motor to a pair of long-range batteries.

Check out my testing of the Wallke H6 folding fat tire e-bike in my video below, then read on for the entire scoop!

Wallke H6 video review

I’m no stranger to folding e-bikes from Wallke, but this one takes the cake when it comes to excess.

The powerful motor gets paired with a powerful controller that takes full advantage of that big battery capacity to offer impressive acceleration.

Whether you’re rocking the throttle or pedal assist, high power is available at your fingertips (or toes).

But just as important as a high-power e-bike that gets up to 30 mph speeds is a bike that can also stop. And these hydraulic disc brakes on what look like motorcycle disc rotors accomplish that goal with flying colors.

Add in that bright and colorful LED display between the hydraulic disc brake levers, and you’ve got a very nicely outfitted cockpit.

I will say that the bars felt a bit higher for me than I might have liked. They weren’t ape hangers, but they definitely had a cruiser-esque feel to them with my hands up higher than I normally like. I got used to it pretty quickly though.

In fact that whole bike feels bigger than it looks, and it puts you in a nice, upright seating position that gives you a tall view of the road ahead of you.

With both front and rear suspension, there’s a lot of moving parts down beneath you that help lift that frame up and give you a bit of height. For shorter riders, keep in mind that the suspension seat post limits just how low the seat can go. I’m 5’7″ and I had no problem with seat height, but shorter riders than me could start to run into issues. Wallke recommends a minimum rider height of 5’4″, for reference.

The star of the show here (and part of what contributes to the extra heft of the Wallke H6) is the pair of batteries. Adding up to 1,680Wh, there’s a ton of battery capacity on this bike.

They humorously rate the bike for 170 miles of range. Except that figure isn’t quite so laughable when you realize that works out to nearly 10 Wh/mile, which is a reasonable consumption level for a fit rider using pedal assist.

Call me crazy, but I’m guessing most people who buy this bike aren’t going to shoehorn into this “fit rider” classification, at least not the type of rider that can pedal an e-bike for 170 miles.

So if you’re rocking throttle-only riding, then expect a range of likely 50-75 miles depending on how fast you go. That’s still a super long range for a throttle-controlled e-bike, and is only possible thanks to that massive amount of battery spread across two large battery packs.

Who is the Wallke H6 e-bike for?

So what kind of rider would choose this e-bike?

The Wallke H6 is a bit of an enigma. It’s a folding e-bike, but it’s not particularly transportable. It’s freaking heavy, and it’s a bulky e-bike even in its folded form.

That being said, the ride it offers is definitely more of a moped-style ride than a typical folding e-bike ride. This isn’t just a city commuter, this is an urban assault e-bike.

To me, that means this is an e-bike that fulfills something of a Super73-type role, but with an e-bike that could conceivably fit in a large car’s trunk. It may be heavy, but it still folds in three places to take up less of a bulky block than a typical non-folding fat tire e-bike.

Is it worth the price?

At the current sale price of 2,499, you’ve got to shell out a significant amount of dough for the Wallke H6. But is it worth it?

When you look at the specs, you actually get a lot for that price. This is an e-bike that exceed class 3 speeds, comes with an 8-speed transmission and big ol’ hydraulic disc brakes, a color LED screen, full-suspension (with a third suspension point in the seat post) and a bench seat for a passenger. Oh yeah, and two massive batteries.

I’d have loved to see some good passenger foot pegs and a torque sensor at this price, but even so, this is a lot of bike with a lot of performance.

This is probably still more bike than most people need. But if you’re in the market for a high-performance, fast, and powerful e-bike that can fold into a bulky block, the Wallke H6 will get you there. And it will do it quickly.

Just remember to lift with your legs.

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