E-bike Reviews and News

Cannondale enters e-road with the SuperSix EVO Neo

Electric-assist version of Cannondale’s legendary road bike hits the market

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First Ride: Specialized $14,000 S-Works Turbo Creo SL

The new Turbo Creo SL is a culmination of years work between the Swiss and California teams in efforts to create an e-bike that roadies and gravel lovers worldwide will appreciate.

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CERO One review

The CERO One is billed as the ultimate compact electric cargo bike that’s purpose-built to move people and goods. It has a customizable modular cargo system, one-size-fits-most versatility, and a solid component mix.

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Magura offers innovative new mobility solutions

What will urban mobility look like in the future – and how can we make it safer? This is the question that Magura engineers are trying to answer with their latest new product and technology.

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Orbea launches Gain road and gravel e-bikes

Add Orbea to the list of bike manufacturers making the push into the electric-assist market. But unlike most of the e-bike marketing efforts we’ve seen thus far, the pitch is to road riders, gravel grinders, and commuters.

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Scott E-Silence bikes quiet your city commute

Noise pollution is the second biggest environmental problem affecting health of humans after air pollution. Scott came up with a solution that it hopes will redefine urban commuting.

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SRAM Red eTap first ride review

New wireless electronic shifting system simple to set-up, easy to operate, and it looks great, too. Find out more in our first ride review.

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Giant Road-E bike helping riders stay forever young

Imagine showing up to the next group ride with an extra couple hundred watts at your disposal. And no, we’re not talking the EPO variety. That’s about what you can expect if your next bike is the Giant Road-E, an electric pedal-assist two-wheeler.

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Five eBike innovations that could change cycling

There are plenty of people who turn a nose up at the simple thought of eBikes, but some of the new technology has the potential to make riding bikes greener, cheaper, and easier.

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NAHBS 2015: E-bikes emerge at this year’s show

E-bikes have been slow to take hold in North America but new electric assist systems are making it easier for frame builders to make the transition. Check out these electric assist creations from this year’s North American Handmade Bike Show.

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First Look: Raleigh Misceo e-bike with Shimano STEPS drive system

A quick look at Raleigh’s new electric commuter bike that features a new mid-drive system from Shimano called STEPS.

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Cool Gear: Folding e-bike fits inside a backpack

Pedal-less scooter-like contraption has 45-minute run time and rolls along at 12-15mph.

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Smart Wheel: Turns Any Bike Into An Electric Bike

Light weight, all-in-one design weighs nine pounds, has top speed of 20mph and lasts up to 30 miles.

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Gazelle Innergy E-Bicycles Arrive Stateside

Original Dutch Bicycle Brand Brings E-Bikes to the United States; Introducing Innergy Line from Gazelle Minneapolis, MN – From the cycle-crazed Netherlands, Royal Dutch Gazelle brings a brand new line of state-of-the-art, electric bicycles to cycle enthusiasts in the U.S. The innovative, eco-friendly Gazelle e-bikes give bicyclists an extra push when they need it. “Gazelle […]

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