Featuring a fully integrated, seamless design incorporating top-of-the-line builds with motors and long-range batteries, these electric bikes outperform in nearly every category. They can conquer any terrain you’re used to tackling, whether it's asphalt, gravel, or gnarly rocky-rooty-muddy surfaces. From long-haul road bike rides up steep inclines to bagging lap after lap of your favorite singletrack, there’s no limit to where you can ride an e-bike these days.
Believe the hype. Try it once, and you’ll never look back.
A widely asked question is what the differences are between a Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 e-bike.
Class 1: Low-speed, pedal-assisted motor that provides assistance while the rider is pedaling up to 20mph.
Class 2: Low-speed, throttle-assisted motor that can be used to propel the bike on it's own up to 20mph.
Class 3: Speed pedal-assisted motor providing assistance while the rider is pedaling up to 28mph.