Whether you live in a big city or a small town, riding a bike combines fresh air and exercise. Choosing an e-bike might allow you to leave the car home.
Porsche eBike Sport
This joint effort by Porsche and RotWild mountain bikes is urban transportation that doubles as artwork. Cables and LED lights are tucked away to prevent snags, while a 630-watt motor linked to an 11-speed transmission provides speeds of up to 15.5 miles per hour for a range of up to 77 miles.
Sixthreezero e-bike AroundtheBlock 250w
Classic lines make this a great choice for anyone who prefers a “real bike” look. The comfortable upright riding position ensures excellent visibility, while the 250-watt motor provides speeds up to 24 miles per hour for up to 30 miles. Well-equipped with a cargo rack, disc brakes, full fenders, and enclosed cables.
Specialized Kenevo SL – Superlight Turbo Mountain Bike
Mountain bikes are popular on city streets due to their rugged and simple design. Enhancing pedal power with a 240-watt electric motor makes this the ultimate, ride-anywhere choice with an adjustable carbon fiber and integral suspension frame that laughs off city potholes. Add a rack and a cape, and you’re good to go.
This is the SUV of e-bikes: A step-through design makes it easy to ride while 330 accessory combinations allow it to transport up to 300 pounds of cargo, pets, kids, and more. The 750-watt motor provides a range of up to 45 miles per charge.
Aventon Level Commuter Bike
This no-nonsense e-bike comes ready to work with a pre-installed rack. Full fenders help prevent puddle-splattered clothes while grippy disc brakes and front fork suspension tame city streets. With a top speed of 28 miles per hour and up to 40 miles of range, it’s reliable and practical.