With many people searching for alternatives to cars and public transportation for their commute, the popularity of e-bikes is picking up speed. Bike makers are set to meet it and proving that e-bikes aren't only for getting around town.
The new-and-improved RadWagon features a streamlined frame and smaller, wider tires designed in-house with a custom tread pattern to make the ride more comfortable, nimble and cargo-friendly.
Gogoro’s eye-popping new Eeyo boasts half the weight and twice the style of the competition. The source of its power is an all-in-one digital drive that sneaks the motor, battery, sensor and connectivity into a super minimal rear hub.
When you’re riding long distances over various surfaces, comfort and control are key, and this e-gravel bike ensures it with four different hand positions and a whole lot more.
Aware that most e-bikes are expensive, high-maintenance and vulnerable to theft, the co-founders of SoundCloud see advantages to e-bike access rather than ownership.
Now, $1,199 isn’t nothing, but it should be noted that this is one of the most affordable Rad Power Bikes to date, and some e-bikes can cost as much as $9,000.