Scott E-Sub Tour electric bike review

An interesting electric bike from Scott, which however has different points to develop in order to be great

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Overall, the Scott E-Sub Tour electric bike is a good bike, and it is nice to ride on it. The BOSH system, even though not as good as the Shimano STEPS, is a plus of this bike. However, both the frame lenghts could be too long for somebody (and not 100 per cent comfortable) and few other specification keep the Scott a little lower than the other electric bikes we tested.

Overall good ride

Great battery pack

Quick release wheels

System doesn't work well when start on big gears

No quick-adjustable saddle

Mud guards and racks are fragile

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Unfortunately I didn't have a smooth start with the Scott E-Sub Tour electric bike. As the rear mudguard stays were bent, the fender was completely stuck on the wheel and made it impossible to ride it. This things can happen of course (particularly after a long delivery) but the quality of the the mudguard mount certainly left a little bit to be desired. Moreover, it took a bit of work to put it back in place and get the bike out for a ride

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The Scott E-Sub Tour electric bike is a commuter (or as the name suggests, a touring bike). It comes in three different frames and shapes: a men's version, a women's one and also a unisex one. This is definitely a plus, as it shows Scott attention to both genders and the will to offer a complete product available for everyone. Not all brands can claim that for their best electric bikes .

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The frame of this bike is in aluminum (E-SUB 6061 Alloy) and it features a rather long top tube despite its non-straight shape (57.7 cm on size M). I personally found it a little bit too long for my liking (although I do have long legs and a short torso. The seat tube angle, at the same time, is quite relaxed (66°), meaning that the saddle is quite far back from the handlebars. Great for touring, but in this case it is a little bit too much particularly because combined with the long top tube spec.

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Consequently, my feelings when riding were mixed: good because of the up-right position (which it reminded me a bit of another bike we tested, the Juicy Roller ), but also not super comfortable because I felt a little bit too stretched in the front. It is a personal feeling, though, and the best is always to test it yourself and decide. If you're buying it through Rutland Cycling  (who provided this bike for test), you can test for 30 days and return it if you're not satisfied with it.

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Both the battery and the motor (part of Bosch Active 250w System) are placed in the centre of the frame. This is very helpful when you lift and move the bike around (which it weights 24kg/53lb), and because it keeps all the weight and forces concentrated in the middle of the bike, which is good for handling.

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Specification

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In terms of specification there is always a lot to say about electric bikes, as they are generally really great and advanced piece of engineering. The main feature that this electric bike can claim is the full Bosch Active system, which is specifically designed for touring and commuters. It weights overall 4 kg and also features a rear derailleur (Shimano Deore RD-T610-SGS 10-Speed) that completes an already great specification.

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The battery (a 400wH Li-on battery) is placed on the down tube, while the motor - which according to the UK and EU law cannot overpass the 250W of power while assisting pedalling - is placed within the bottom bracket area along with the torque sensor. The latter gives energy according to your pedal stroke force: the harder to pedal, the more energy it releases.

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The drive system features five different level of assistance (Eco, Tour, Sport and Turbo) and could also be driven just with the gears and without electric support at all (although this does make the ride much less fun). After testing, I can definitely say that the Bosch's battery pack is the best on the market, both in terms of range and efficiency.

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The Scott E-Sub Tour electric bike also has a very comfortable suspension fork, Shimano Deore shifters on the left of the bar, Continental Cruise Contact tyres on Rodi aluminium rims and a front and a rear lights both controlled by a button on the LCD screen. Both Shimano BR-M315 Disc wheels come with quick release screwers (not always a given on electric bike).

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As the first impressions on the Scott E-Sub Tour were conflicting because of the geometry, so were my overall impressions after longer rides. The main issue I have experienced on the Bosch system is that if you start in a big gear at the back, it does not provide enough assistance. I felt this both when I was on the Eco mode and the more powerful ones. However, as soon as I dropped the gears down few notches on the back, the start was smooth and powerful as it is supposed to be.

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When you reach cruising speed the ride become pleasant again and if you can find your perfect position in the saddle, you can actually have great fun with this bike. Just remember to switch down the gears if you slow down and have to start again. The up-right position reminded me both the Juicy Roller and the Volt Infinity One. However, the feeling of assistance you can get on the Scott (even if still at the maximum of the law's indication) won't match other models.

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At the same time, once you get used to this bike, and to the combination of gears and power assistance, the feeling in the saddle seems almost like on a light moped, as being able to switch the gears at the right time can really gives you the best of the Scott E-Sub can offer. Uphills, though, there will always be a limitation on the number of pedal strokes you will be able to maintain in order to get assistance from the system, that is 100rpm if you're on Turbo, Sport and Tour modes, and 90rpm in Eco.

Also impressive are the quick release disc brake wheels, the great quality suspension that make the ride on unpaved road even more comfortable, and the simple-to-use screen, front computer. If other bikes are held back by this, the Bosch is a very well performing machine and so is its battery. The latter showed a greater range (probably because the system consumes less) and its charge level not as prone to fluctuating as other systems but actually quite steady and precise.

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Electric bikes are not cheap and they will generally cost more than road bikes because of their complexed and advanced specification. That said, for these prices manufacturers offer quite a lot of features and if you purchase locally from a good retailer, you can also get a good customer service.

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The Scott E-Sub Tour electric bike costs £2,199 and it is in line with the market and the other models of the same category. Cheaper than the Volt 1 Infinity that features a  Shimano Steps drive system , but more expensive than the great value-for-money the manufacturer Juicy has achieved with its Roller.

If you look at the specifications (particularly to the Bosch drive system), this price is definitely understandable. But if you look at how it works, its performances compared to the other ones, it is probably a bit less convenient always compared to other products out there. The Scott line of electric bikes, though, is still not limited to this model and it offers both cheaper and more expensive, powerful models.

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Scott E-Sub Tour Electric Bike Review: A Commuter’s Dream

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Unless you have the funds for a helicopter or live within walking distance of your workplace, there is perhaps no easier way to get around the city – especially if you’re commuting in London – than an  electric bike . They’re generally faster and always more reliable than public transport and, in the long run, they’re cheaper too.

Riding an e-bike also counts as exercise. You have to pedal for the assist to kick in on electric bikes and although it isn’t as much as effort as regular cycling, it’s about the same as walking. This means two things. First, you can expect some health benefits. Second, you can wear normal work clothes.

It all makes for a fine way to spend your time travelling and from the office, especially if you opt for a e-bike specifically designed for commuting like the Scott E-Sub Tour.

The upright riding position is comfortable and the ride is terrifically smooth. The large tyres, overall weight of the bike and front suspension mean you’ll easily roll over any impediment the city streets throw at you.

There are four assist levels available: Eco (the lowest), Tour, Sport and Turbo. I found that Eco was more than enough assistance for almost all riding bar the biggest hills and, given that the assist legally has to cut out at 15mph anyway, the battery-sapping Turbo or Sport levels are rarely required.

The Scott E-Sub Tour is powered by the Bosch Active Line system, which is impressive in delivering a smooth ride and long battery life. The power kicks in rapidly so that even in higher gears a standing start at traffic lights is easy. I also found that when I had to stop on a steep uphill, the assist came in very speedily when I needed to start again. This is important because the Scott is a heavy bike and having to push through the first couple of pedals unaided on a hill start would be tricky.

There was a 400W Bosch battery on the bike I tried and the range was excellent. My standard riding mode was Eco, pushed up into the higher assist levels on hills, and I found the battery lasted past 65 miles reliably. Furthermore, it’s easy to ride the Scott on the flat or downhill with no assist at all if you’re keen on eking a few more miles out of the battery. The official range given is 30 miles in Turbo up to 70 miles in Eco. In between you’ll get about 35-40 miles in Sport mode and 50 miles in Tour.

You control the assist levels on the bike via the nifty Bosch handlebar system. The screen shows your battery level and current assist mode, as well as a range of stats like range left (which adapts as you alter the assist level), speed and distance covered. You can scroll through these and adjust the assistance via a three-button pad on the left of the handlebars. It’s all very clear and requires no instruction at all to get going.

Removing the battery to charge it is simple (you can also charge it in situ on the bike) and it takes about three hours to charge fully. However, you really have to make sure it clicks back into place. One time I thought the battery was in securely – and in fact rode with it for about ten miles – only for it to suddenly fly off after I went over a bump. On the plus side, a thorough if unexpected test of the battery’s robustness was passed with flying colours.

One other slight negative is that while the Scott’s 23kg weight made for a comfortable and secure ride, it was pretty tough to get up and down the stairs to my flat every day. All e-bikes have this problem, though, and the extra weight of useful things like the Scott’s larger tyres and rear pannier are a worthy trade for a 30-second struggle on the stairs twice a day.

The rear pannier with bungee cords is just one of many small features on the Scott that make it an excellent commuter option. The chain is covered to stop it messing up your trousers, plus there are bright, integrated lights powered by the battery and a kickstand. The disc brakes are also sharp and reliable.

There’s really nothing missing that you’d want to have on a commuter e-bike. The ride is excellent and the battery will get most commuters through a week without charging. Even if it doesn’t, it’s very easy and quick to charge. The extra features also mean there’s a minimum of fuss at any point bar tacking stairs.

At £1,999, the Scott E-Sub Tour requires a significant initial outlay, but it’s built to last with little maintenance – even if the battery takes a significant spill on a busy road. The price is also about par for the course for an e-bike with the Bosch Active Line system and this many features.  £1,999,  buy on evanscycles.com

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Price: $3199.00 | Model Year: 2016 An efficient but comfortable commuter-ready electric bike with balanced motor and battery, easily reaches 20 mph and pedals well with a 10 speed Shimano Deore drivetrain. Beautiful aesthetic here, everything matches and looks sporty (frame, fenders, grips, stem, battery graphic etc.), integrated lights and reflective tires keep you visible. An efficient but comfortable commuter-ready electric bike with balanced motor and battery, easily reaches 20 mph and pedals well with a 10 speed Shimano Deore drivetrain.

An efficient but comfortable commuter-ready electric bike with balanced motor and battery, easily reaches 20 mph and pedals well with a 10 speed Shimano Deore drivetrain

Beautiful aesthetic here, everything matches and looks sporty (frame, fenders, grips, stem, battery graphic etc.), integrated lights and reflective tires keep you visible

Available in three frame sizes for improved fit, adjustable stem is handy but can become loose over time, unique "bulge" ergonomic grips, suspension fork has lockout

Both wheels feature quick release for easy maintenance or flat fixes, battery and display panel are removable to protect and charge off-bike, no bottle cage bosses, limited US availability

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An interesting electric bike from Scott, which however has different points to develop in order to be great

Overall good ride

Great battery pack

Quick release wheels

System doesn't work well when start on big gears

No quick-adjustable saddle

Mud guards and racks are fragile

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  • E-SUB Alloy Frame
  • Suntour NEX-E25, 63mm Fork
  • Shimano Deore 10 Speed
  • Bosch Active Plus, 500Wh, Purion
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  • Fr Axa Blue Line, Re B&M Top Light
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I have just bought my first e-bike to rekindle my love of cycling. So far I'm really impressed; the power delivery, ease of use, range and the efficiency of pedalling the bike on the flat and above 25km/h have all been better than I had expected. I've been out for several fairly local trips already and hope to put in a few longer rides in the next few days.  

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Scott E-Sub Tour 2017 Bosch Electric Bike

Scott E-Sub Tour 2017 Bosch Electric Bike

Specifications

General Bike Specifications

Frame Scott E-Sub 6061 Alloy butted tubes

Forks Suntour HEX HLO with Lockout

Rear Shock N/A

Brakes Shimano Deore 160mm

Shifters Shimano Deore 10 Speed

Rear Mech Shimano Deore SGS 10 Speed

Cassette Shimano HG50, 11-36 Teeth, 10 Speed

Chain KMC X10 10 Speed

Wheelset Shimano Hubs on Syncros Urban Commuter Rims

Tyres Continental Cruise Contact 700x47c

Handlebars Syncros NR AL Alloy

Stem Syncros Adjustable Stem

Headset VP Semi Integrated

Seatpost Syncorss 31.6mm

Saddle Syncros Urban Commuter 2.5

Weight 24.3 kg

Electric Bike Specifications

Battery Bosch Lithium Ionen 36 Volt, 400 Wh, with BMS Management

Display Bosch Intuvia Multifunctional Display with Push Assistance

Motor Bosch Active 36 Volt, 250 Watt. 50 - 225% Assist, 48Nm

Range 30-110 miles of power assisted range, depending on terrain

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Can I get my bike delivered anywhere in the US?

We deliver to all lower 48 states of the contiguous U.S. Delivery takes anywhere between 1 to 10 business days, depending on where you live and your selected shipping option.

Can I talk to an Upway expert about this bike?

Yes you can contact us via our chat (from 9am to 6pm ET), via email at [email protected]  or you can schedule a call with one of our Upway experts using this  link .

Why is the mileage that low? Is the bike new?

A large percentage of our stock is actually brand new. In many cases, we get these bikes still-in-box from both manufacturers and bike shops as overstock. While you will typically not be eligible for manufacturer warranty for these bikes, this is how we are able to offer them at such a steep discount. You can find all our new bikes  here .

Is my bike under warranty?

Yes! A professional bike mechanic has repaired, inspected, and certified your electric bike, meaning we are happy to offer a 1-year warranty that covers mechanical and electrical defects. If you experience any problems within the next 12 months receipt of your bike, please contact us via email: [email protected] .

If you would like, you can purchase a more robust warranty through our partner, Extend. You can read more about Extend's warranty here .

Does the price include sales taxes? 

No. Your sales taxes will be calculated at check-out and vary per state. At the same time, you may not see any sales taxes applied to your purchase. As Upway is a brand new business in the US, we are only required to charge sales taxes as from a determined level of revenue collected per state. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to  [email protected]  or via our chat.

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Yes!  The pictures you are seeing on the product page are the pictures of the exact bike you will receive if you purchase it. At Upway we truly believe in transparency and trust, so we decided to take the time to have at least 7 pictures of each bike we have in stock so that you know exactly what you are buying. If you have any questions or if you want more pictures, don't hesitate to reach out at  [email protected]  or via our chat.

Does my bike come with key(s) and chargers(?)

Yes!  You will receive the key(s), charger(s), all the accessories you see on the pictures if there are some (rack, basket, bag, etc except the bike stand in the photo) and the user guide if we have it. 

What are the shipping options?

Upway offers you to select if you would like to receive your bike either 85% assembled or 99% assembled. You also have some extra options regarding the speed and choice of appointment. Shipping generally starts at $99 but depends on the model (some bikes are not eligible for 85% assembly). You can find more info on this page .

What happens if something goes wrong with my shipment?

Please be assured that Upway has your back in case of any shipping damage. We generally recommend that customers do not refuse shipments. Upway will then credit you back a fair amount for any aesthetic, permanent damages such as scratches, and cover any repairs for functional damage. 

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Scott E-Sub Tour

NCM Moscow Plus

NCM Moscow Plus

An e-mountain bike equipped with high-end brake and drive systems, the NCM M5 is for adventurous riders who want to hit the trails comfortable in the knowledge that their ebike can handle whatever they throw at it.

BIKE COMPONENTS

Frame: Alu. 6061, 26"*17.3 inches / Alu. 6061, 27.5"*18.9 inches / Alu. 6061, 29"*20.5 inches

Suspension Fork: Suntour, XCM-HLO-26/27.5/29, with hydraulic lock system

Brake: F/R: Tektro Hydraulic Disc Brakes,HD-E350

Freewheel: LY, 8 Speed, 11-32T, Silver

Tire: Schwalbe, Black Jack, 26"*2.1/Smart Sam, 27.5"*2.35/29"*2.35, Black

Saddle: Selle Royal, Lookin-A200UR, Black

Crank: Das-Kit, CM48,28/38/48T

Derailleur: F: Shimano, Altus, FD-M310, R: Shimano, Acera, RD-M360

ELECTRIC COMPONENTS

Battery: Das-Kit, i5-4816, 48V 16AH, 768WH

Hub Motor Rated / Peak Power: Das-Kit, X15, 48V 500W / 900W

Controller: Das-Kit, CT-i5, 48V 18A

Charger: Das-Kit, 48V3A

Display: Das-Kit, C7 

Net Weight (with battery): 57.0 lbs

Battery Weight: 9.1 lbs

Max Load (driver+bike): 275.0 lbs

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Customer Reviews

Very happy with my new M7 and wife's Moscow Plus

We purchased the NCM Moscow 29 E bike from Leon Cycles earlier this month. Communication was via 'Whatsapp' which I initially thought a little odd but worked out well. Once communication established the transaction was completed quickly and easily. We were able to arrange for the team to assemble the bike for us and we picked it up from the warehouse without an issue. We love the bike and are continuing to find new places to discover using it. Competitive price and great service.

I ordered the bike 4 days ago and today it arrived. Now my first impressions: it is easy to assemble, looks great, is cleanly finished and after a first short driving test I have to say, the hammer. It's totally easy to drive. If it stays that way, I can only say thank you Leon Cycle. Now I can cycle again, despite knee problems. Price-performance top

Great bike, this is my second e bike and by far the best. Watching e bikes over the last 10 years I think the Moscow 29er is fantastic. I live in the Dandenongs outside Melbourne with big steep hills and the Moscow takes them all on with great pulling power and gear range. 48v with 16 amps means over 750 watts of power. The bike is big and serious so getting on and off can be tricky but you do get used to it. With the previous bike (36v at 8amps) I was scared of running out of battery on a big hill and having to push the bike home but not with the Moscow. Also if you take the front wheel off you can get it in a hatchback like my Mazda 3 Which is nice. At $2200 it is a great buy.

Purchased two Moscow 27.5. One for my wife, one for me. Fast delivery, well boxed and easy assembly. Absolutely FANTASTIC to ride and use. Great range, and enough power for steep hills and tough terrain. I highly recommend them. Exactly as advertised and brochure. Looked at many options from other suppliers but these are the best value for money. If anyone wants a little extra range and a few more features then a Moscow Plus may suit. 48 Volt is the way to go. Great support and assistance from the team at Leon to make the right purchase decision. Hope other people may enjoy the ride and quality product. Harry G

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Product specifications.

Battery: Das-Kit, i5-4816, 48V 16Ah, 768Wh

Hub Motor Rated / Peak Power: Das-Kit, X15, 48V 500W / 750W

Display: Das-Kit, C7

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The best electric bikes of 2024

Our picks for the best electric bikes for riders of all types and budgets, based on dozens of reviews and tests.

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  • Best for commuters
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Best under $1,000

Best cargo ebike, best folding ebike, best front-storage cargo bike, best for long distances, ebike specs compared.

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The best electric bike for most people

RadPower RadCity 5 Plus

It's not the flashiest, but we think the RadCity 5 Plus will more than fit the needs of most riders. It's comfortable, offers plenty of power, and comes with lights, fenders, and a rear rack for your gear. Plus, RadPower makes a lot of accessories that let you easily customize the bike.

In our tests, we found the RadCity 5 Plus to be responsive and powerful enough to get us up and down hills easily, and do so in comfort. It is a bit heavy at 64 pounds, but that should only be an issue if you try to go farther than it's 55-mile range.

Read more below

Ride1Up Turris

For those who don't want to spend too much on an ebike, the Ride1Up Turris offers just about everything you could want, with few compromises. 

Aventon Aventure.2

If you're looking for an ebike that can go anywhere, look no further. This bike is responsive, stable in all conditions, including snow, has both lights and turn signals, and even comes with fenders.

Charge Bikes City

This affordable ebike has a neat feature: Its handlebars can turn sideways, so it'll take up less room when you have to store it in a hallway or some other cramped space. It's also fairly light, has a great range, and has a built-in rear rack.

Juiced Ripracer

This BMX-style fat tire bike delivers some great thrills on trails and dirt paths. It has a powerful motor to get you around, but no suspension.

Ride1Up Roadster v2

This lightweight ebike lacks some niceties you'll find on more expensive rides — you'll have to provide your own lights and fenders — but it delivers a zippy ride around town at a great price.

Read more below .

RadPower RadRunner 3 Plus

A truly versatile ebike that can be configured with dozens of accessories. It's also compact, powerful, very comfortable to ride, and one of the most affordable cargo bikes around.

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GoCycle G4i+

This futuristic-looking ebike is made from carbon fiber, which keeps its weight to just 36 pounds. It has a speedy electronic shifter, responsive and powerful motor, and a great range for something this small. It ain't cheap, though.

Yuba Supercargo CL

When you need to haul really big loads, the Supercargo CL is your best bet. It has a ton of space, yet is very stable and even fun to ride.

NIU BQi-C3 Pro

With dual batteries, this bike has the endurance to get you wherever you need to go. And, it's often on sale for a very reasonable price.

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1. The best for most people 2. Best affordable ebike 3. Best fat tire ebike 4. Best for commuters 5. Best electric dirt bike 6. Best under $1,000 7. Best cargo ebike 8. Best folding ebike 9. Best front-storage cargo bike 10. Longest-range e-bike 11. What to look for 12. Electric bike FAQ 13. Ebike rules and regulations 14. How we test ebikes  

The best electric bikes are ideal whether you're looking for a car-free commute, a way to get into town, or for some leisurely rides away from home. These bikes have motors to help you along, especially during intense uphill cycles. 

But there are a lot of options out there, so we put the best exercise bikes to the test to help you find one that's comfortable, durable, powerful, and right for your needs. Many of them also connect to smartphone apps so you can monitor the battery, keep tabs on your bike's location, and adjust the settings. 

After spending many hours out on the road, we felt that the Rad Power RadCity 5 Plus is the best option for most people, thanks to its comfortable ride, three levels of assistance and a 50-mile battery life.

If that's not quite right for you, we've rounded up the best electric bikes for a range of budgets, distances, and rides to get you started. However, we realize that many of these bikes are expensive, so if you're looking for an option that won't break the bank, we recommend checking out our list of the best budget electric bikes instead.

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Rad Power RadCity5 Plus

1. Rad Power RadCity 5 Plus

Our expert review:

Specifications

Reasons to buy, reasons to avoid.

For the vast majority of riders, the Rad Power RadCity 5 Plus will be the best electric bike. It has a comfortable design, plenty of power, and a multitude of mounting points for things such as baskets and child seats. Plus, it comes with a rear rack and mudguards. Its 7-speed shifter, combined with three levels of pedal assistance and a twist throttle is more than enough to get you up even the steepest of hills.

Rad Power says that the RadCity5 should get upwards of 50+ miles on a charge; in our testing, it came fairly close — about 40 miles. 

We really enjoyed pedaling around on this bike, which is offered in both step-through and step-over models. Its battery, while not fully integrated into the downtube, provides plenty of range, and can also be used to charge your phone (with the right adapter). The one caveat is that this bike weighs a hefty 64 pounds, so you're not going to want to lug it up stairs.

At a starting price of $1,999, it's reasonably affordable, but you should check out our Rad Power Bikes promo codes for the latest discounts. 

Read our full Rad Power RadCity 5 Plus review .

Best affordable ebike

Ride1Up Turris parked outside against wall

2. Ride1Up Turris

While there are plenty of great electric bikes that cost more than $2,000, the Ride1Up Turris shows that you can get a lot of value from an ebike that costs much less. During our testing, we found the Turris' 750W motor to be more than powerful enough for most situations. We were equally impressed with how quickly it responded when we started pedaling, as many budget ebikes exhibit a slight delay in these situations. (There was a slight lag when using just the throttle, though).

Other standout features include its mechanical disc brakes, easy-to-read digital display, and bright 60 Lux headlight. Included front and rear fenders helped keep our clothes clean on wet days, and its wide, 27.5 x 2.4-inch tires made for a comfortable ride — so much so that we thought that the front suspension felt a bit extraneous. 

There's no taillight, so you'll want to check out our picks for the best bike lights , and unlike some pricier ebikes, you'll have to assemble a few pieces of the bike yourself, including the handlebars, front wheel, and pedals. We also had to make a few adjustments to the fenders, which might mean a trip to your local bike shop. 

But for those who want an affordable electric bike to get around town, the Turris should be at the top of your list. 

Read our full Ride1Up Turris review .

Aventon Aventure.2 sitting outside at park

3. Aventon Aventure.2

If you're looking for a fat-tire electric bike that's less than $2,000, the Aventon Aventure.2 is hard to beat. It's as good off-road as it is on pavement, has a beefy battery and a clear color display, as well as fenders that'll save your clothes from getting too muddy. Other niceties include a brake-activated rear light and turn signals.

The Aventure.2 has both pedal-assist and throttle modes, and the battery and wires are neatly integrated into the frame. What's more, the battery can be removed for charging. The battery lasted nearly the advertised 60 miles on a charge, but, as with other ebikes, we drained it much faster when we relied on the throttle.

While not as capable as a dedicated mountain bike, the Aventure.2 was able to get us up and over hilly terrain, and its torque sensor was quick to translate our pedaling into power. 

Our only real critiques were the bike's 77-pound weight and its front suspension fork, which felt unnecessary. Otherwise, it's an excellent bike for the price.

Read our full Aventon Aventure.2 review .

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Charge Bikes City review

4. Charge Bikes City

If you plan on commuting to work, Charge Bikes City may well be the best ebike for you. Not only does it come with features like full-fenders to keep the mud off and a rear rack for a pack or bag, but it does everything well for a very reasonable price. The Charge City has a five level power assist, as well as a full-power throttle button, should the need or hill arise. 

The biggest reason why we think this bike is best for commuters is that its handle bars fold flat, so you can more easily store it in an apartment or a cubicle at work. It comes with all the necessary bells and whistles a commuter is going to want, including the bell (actually a superior and very loud electronic horn). The bike is available in both step-over and step through, and in a few color options, too.

The City's electric assist is so smooth you'll think you're doing all the work yourself. At night, the bike's lights sufficiently lit up the road and the throttle helped us zip around potential trouble when we felt out of gas. Its advertised range of 50 miles held up, too; we found we only had to recharge the bike every three days using it on our regular commute.

Founded by folks from biking icon Cannondale, Charge's sui generis feature is that even newbies can assemble the bike right out of the box in 10 minutes or less. All you basically have to do is put the front wheel on. 

Read our full Charge Bikes City review

Best BMX-style bike

Juiced RipRacer parked on mountain trail

5. Juiced Ripracer

The Juiced Ripracer is a lot of fun, and costs a lot less than you might think. It's one of the more affordable offroad ebikes we've tested, and it can go just about anywhere. This fat-tire bike has 20-inch wheels and a 40.3-inch wheelbase that's meant for trails and other unpaved surfaces. However, its lack of shock absorbers, like most e-mountain bikes, means you're in for a rougher ride. 

Its 750W motor delivered some real get-up-and-go, and, thanks to its low-end torque, was great for charging up hills. In one concession to its price, the Ripracer has a cadence, rather than a torque sensor, so you have to rotate the pedals a couple of time before the assist kicks in. As it's a BMX-style bike, the Ripracer is a lot smaller than other mountain e-bikes, which also makes it easier to maneuver around tight spaces. 

Read our full Juiced Ripracer review .

Ride1Up Roadster V2 parked outside

6. Ride1Up Roadster V2

At first glance, the Ride1Up Roadster V2 It looks like a regular, non-motorized commuter bike — the better to blend in with traditional rides — but concealed inside is a battery capable of up to 30 miles of range. 

The Roadster V2 is also one of the lightest ebikes we tested — it weighs just 33 pounds, so carrying it around shouldn't be a problem — and although there's no step-through model, Ride1Up offers it in two sizes to accommodate riders of nearly all heights. 

The Roadster V2 was fast and fun on flat and rolling terrain, and its belt drive made for a very quiet ride. However, this is a single-speed model, so it's a bit hard to get moving on hills. 

There are a few concessions to get to this price: The Roadster V2 doesn't have lights of any kind, nor does it have fenders, and it uses rim, rather than disc brakes. We also found its display to be on the small side. Still, if you can live with those compromises, you'll enjoy the Roadster V2.

Read our full Ride1Up Roadster V2 review .

7. RadPower RadRunner 3 Plus

How's this for an endorsement? Our reviewer loved this bike so much that he decided to buy one for himself. 

While it can't haul as heavy loads as some other larger (and much more expensive) cargo bikes, the RadPower RadRunner 3 Plus is more than capable of carrying you, your kids, and plenty of groceries wherever you need to go. We loved its responsive 750W motor, its comfortable ride, and its low center of gravity, thanks to its 3.3-inch thick, 20-inch tires.

However, we found it to be fairly heavy, tipping the scales at 75 pounds, so you're not going to want to try pedal it without any power assist. But we found its advertised 45-mile range to be pretty accurate, so long as we didn't go too heavy on the throttle.

Aside from its performance, what made the RadRunner 3 Plus stand out so much to us was its versatility: You can outfit the bike with any number of combinations of racks, seats, bags, and other accessories to truly customize it for your needs. And, its relatively low price for a cargo bike makes it a real bargain for those looking to replace their car with an electric bike.

Read our full RadPower RadRunner 3 Plus review .

GoCycle G4i+ parked at Moynihan Train Hall

8. Gocycle G4i+

The Gocycle G4i+ looks like something a supercar designer would build, which isn't surprising given that it was conceived by former McLaren sports car engineer Richard Thorpe. Not only is this bike's unique wheels-on-one-side and tapered body eye-catching, but we were able to fold it up in less than a minute into a size small enough to get us on and off a train, and past our security and into our office elevator. At 36 pounds, it's one of the lightest folding electric bikes out there, too. 

Despite that, this bike was a real pleasure to ride. Its electric shifter responded near instantly, as did the pedal assist and throttle. However, while the G4i+ has daytime running lights, you'll have to pay extra for a legit headlight, as well as mudguards. Also, the G4i+ has a great smartphone app, but one of the flimsiest methods of holding your phone on the bike itself — a cheap solution for a bike that costs $7,000. 

If you're looking for something slightly more affordable, GoCycle also sells the G4i ($5,999) and the G4 ($4,799). A 2022 version of the G4 has an injection molded composite mid-frame. Still too much for your wallet? Then you should check out the Brompton Electric C-Line Explore , which starts around $3,000. 

Read our full GoCycle G4i+ review .

Yuba Supercargo CL at park

9. Yuba Supercargo CL

The Yuba Supercargo CL can haul an astounding 500 pounds, making it one of the heftiest electric cargo bikes in its class. Yet, it offers a surprisingly stable ride, thanks to its low center of gravity. Its cargo area is very customizable, letting you convert it from a place to carry groceries to a space to tote your tots to soccer practice.  

Magna hydraulic brakes and a Bosch mid-drive motor were very responsive, though the relatively small 20-inch tires and lack of suspension did make bumps feel a bit jarring. The Supercargo CL starts at around $6,000, but is incredibly customizable; you can select from a range of accessories to adapt the cargo area to suit your needs. 

If you're looking for a cargo bike that can haul more than the Rad Power RadRunner 3 Plus, this is the model to consider.

Read our full Yuba Supercargo CL review .

NIU BQi-C3 Pro E-bike

10. NIU BQi-C3 Pro

There's nothing worse when running out of power when riding your electric bike, especially if you're miles from home — and at the bottom of a hill. With its dual batteries, the NIU BQi-C3 Pro is the best electric bike for those who have range anxiety, as it can give you up to 90 miles of range before you need to recharge. And, that's no boast — based on our testing, we found that 90-mile estimate to be pretty accurate, too. 

But range isn't the only thing we liked about the BQi-C3 Pro: It has mechanical disc brakes, front and rear lights, and a rear rack so you can carry things wherever you plan to go. A carbon belt drive is another nice-to-have feature, as it's quiet and easier to maintain than a traditional metal chain. Its step-through design also makes the bike easy to use for riders of all sizes; we tried it with both a 5' 11" rider and a 5' 3" rider, and both found it comfortable. 

Our only real complaint with the BQi-C3 Pro is that at 70.5 pounds, it's one of the heaviest electric bikes we've tested that's not a cargo bike, so this is not a model to buy if you have to go up any stairs. Still, the bike's 500W motor was more than powerful enough to get its bulk moving with ease. 

The bike's regular price is $2,199, but we've seen it on sale during the holidays for as low as $1,299, so wait for a sale to pick it up.

Read our full NIU BQi-C3 Pro review .

What to look for when buying an electric bike

Pedal-assist or throttle? All electric bikes have what's called pedal-assist; you start pedaling, and the bike's motor kicks in to make your ride a little easier. But you need to put in at least some work: you won't go anywhere unless you pedal. Most electric bikes will also let you set the level of assistance, so you can decide how hard you want to pedal.

However, some electric bikes will also have a throttle. Press a button or push a lever, and the bike will do all the work for you — no pedaling needed! Using a throttle will quickly eat up the battery life on the bike, so you'll get far less of a range if you don't want to pedal at all.

Motor type Less expensive electric bikes traditionally use a rear hub motor. Mid-drive motors located in the center pedal crank shaft tend to be more expensive but offer better overall balance and smoother shifting. 

Motors are also rated based on their power, measured in Watts. Typically, the least powerful motor will be 250 Watts, but unless you're a very large person or planning to go up really steep hills, the motor size shouldn’t be a major determining factor for your purchase. More important,  there is no industry standard for measuring Watts (is it continuous or peak and if peak, for how long?). So in general, a motor’s Watt rating isn’t a reliable indication of power.

Battery size Consider where you live. If you're in San Francisco you're going to want more help than if you're cruising around Austin. Watt hours (Wh) is the most important figure for comparison—it takes into account battery output and battery life to give you a better sense of available power. Higher Wh translates into more range. 

Many electric bike makers will also include an estimated range (usually about 40 miles) that you can get off a single charge. You should take this figure with a large grain of salt, as that number is usually determined under ideal circumstances: A fairly lightweight person riding on flat terrain with no wind, and at the perfect ambient temperature for the battery. Range is also dependent on the level of power assist being used, whether full-throttle has been applied and for how long, and your average speed. As they say, your mileage may vary.

Removable or built-in battery? Most bike batteries will handle rides of about 40 miles and need to be plugged in for at least a couple of hours to get to 80 percent of capacity. So if you have a more demanding commute, consider a model that lets you swap out the battery rather than a bike with an integrated battery. 

Also, if you live in a place where you can't bring your bike inside or get close to a wall outlet (such as if you live in a walk-up apartment), definitely look for a bike with a removable battery. It will make your life a lot easier.

Step-over or Step-through? Many electric bike makers will offer their bikes in two configurations: Step-over (which has a top bar that runs parallel to the ground) and Step-through (the bar is angled downwards). Once upon a time, step-through models were traditionally thought of as women's bikes, but that perception is changing. It's generally easier to get on and off a step-through bike, as you don't have to lift your leg over a bar. 

Safety features If you're planning to ride your electric bike in traffic or in low-light conditions (such as dawn and dusk), it's worth looking for an electric bike with built-in head and taillights. While increasingly common, it's not a standard feature on all models. 

Electric bike FAQ

What are the different types of electric bike.

Generally speaking, electric bikes fall into the same categories as non-electric bikes. Here's a quick summary of some of the kinds of electric bikes you'll find.

Road bike: These are meant solely for riding on roads, and are designed for speed. They will have thinner tires and curved handlebars, so that the rider will be crouched forward. Higher-end models may also be made out of carbon fiber, so as to make the bike as light as possible.

Mountain bike : Designed for off-road use, mountain bikes will have thick, knobby tires, full suspension, and a burlier frame to better absorb bumps and jumps. 

Fat tire bikes : Similar to mountain bikes, fat tire bikes are meant to be ridden off-road, usually on very soft ground, such as mud, sand, and snow. As their name suggests, these bikes have very wide tires — as much as four inches — which helps keep a grip on unsteadier terrain.

City/Commuter bike: Made for urban dwellers who need to get around town, a commuter bike will have tires that are somewhere in between a road and a mountain bike. Generally, the bikes will be configured so that the rider's back is vertical when seated, which gives them a better view of their surroundings.

Cargo bike: These bikes are made for carrying heavy loads, and will have a cargo area either in the front or rear of the bike. Because of the payload area, these bikes often tend to me much longer and heavier — and more expensive — than a typical bike.  

What is a good speed for an electric bike?

In the U.S., electric bikes are limited to 20 miles per hour; that is, they can only provide you with power — either through pedal-assist or with a throttle — until the bike hits 20 MPH. While you can easily go faster than 20 MPH on an electric bike, the rest of that power will have to be provided by you — or gravity. 

How much does an electric bike cost?

Electric bikes range widely in price. Some of the best cheap electric bikes start at around $1,000; you can certainly find models for less, but quality will be less. 

The bulk of electric bikes cost anywhere from $1,500 to around $2,500, and there are hundreds of models in this price range.  

Higher-end and specialized electric bikes — such as cargo bikes — will cost upwards of $3,000, and can easily reach $6,000 to $8,000, which is a sizable investment. 

rules and regulations

There has been a lot of confusion about ebikes (pedal assist versus throttle bikes) and where you can legally ride them. Some municipalities have banned ebikes from bicycle paths, for example. Many places classify ebikes depending on whether they can go full throttle and have a maximum speed of 20 or 28 mph. There are three official classifications:

Class 1: Ebikes that only assist while you pedal, with a top speed of 20 mph.

Class 2: Ebikes with a throttle that don't require you to pedal but have a top speed of 20 mph.

Class 3: Ebikes that only assist while you pedal, with a top speed of 28 mph.

So check your local regulations before you buy. And always wear a helmet.

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Dan Cavallari is the former technical editor for VeloNews Magazine, who currently reviews electric bikes, the best bike lights , best bike locks , and other bike accessories for Tom's Guide. In addition to VeloNews, his work has appeared in Triathlete Magazine, Rouleur Magazine, CyclingTips.com, Road Bike Action, Mountain Bike Action, CycleVolta.com, Tomsguide.com, and much more. 

Dan also hosts two podcasts on his site, Slow Guy on the Fast Ride: One is about cycling and other outdoor activities, while the other looks at mental health issues. Most recently, Dan also covered the 2022 Tour de France. Dan lives outside of Denver, Colorado with his family. 

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All the bicycles in this feature were road (and in some cases, off-road) tested by Tom’s Guide reviewers and staff. 

The testing process begins when we first receive the bike; as most come only partly assembled, we assess the difficulty with which we have to put the final pieces together. Typically, this involves attaching the front wheel, handlebars, and pedals, but some bikes are easier to put together than others. 

Next, we take the bikes for a ride, evaluating their comfort, handling, responsiveness of their motors — some will be faster to apply power than others — as well as how they perform over a variety of terrain and conditions. For example, if we're testing a fat-tire bike, we'll take it off-roading; if we're testing a cargo bike, we'll load it with kids and grocery bags. 

If a bike has headlights and/or taillights, we'll also check to see how bright they are in dimmer conditions. After all, you're not going to only ride it during the day. We'll also try out any other safety features, such as bells and horns. 

We also evaluate the advertised battery range of an electric bike. Many companies will offer, shall we say, optimistic range estimates based on ideal riding conditions: A light rider using the lowest level of power assist, and traveling on a level road in 70-degree conditions. 

But, that's not reflective of real-world use. While it's impossible to replicate the exact same conditions from one bike review to the next, we do our best to provide as much detail in our reviews as to how we rode the bike (terrain, pedal assist levels) to determine how close to accurate the companies' claims are.

Finally, if an electric bike comes with an app — as is becoming increasingly common— we'll test it out too, to see how easy it is to use, and how well it works with the bike itself. 

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  • Marc-G Hello, I noticed a couple of errors in the article around pricing on a couple of the bikes. Regarding the Gazelle Medeo T9 classic, your article list a starting price of $1999 but clicking the link takes you to their site where the least expensive model is $2499 and no model called Medeo T9 Classic is available nor can such a model be found with search. The second model is the VanMoof S3 which is listed in the article with a starting price of $1999 but going to the site shows a price of $2299. As someone trying to persuade his wife that an ebike would be a worthwhile purchase for me, I’d be grateful if you would clarify these discrepancies. One last thing. On the article itself, it says it was published 21 hours ago when it was actually published on July 21. I’m going to assume some aspect of it was updated but I can’t spot any changes to it and would appreciate it if whatever was updated could be noted somewhere. Many thanks for the article. Pricing confusion aside, it’s been quite helpful for me. Reply
  • Marc-G Thanks for the reply. Just went back to the top of this page and realized that it said 2020. However, if that’s the case, why is it made to look like a recent article? Does that mean all the authors did was change the title from best of 2020 to best of 2021? That seems kind of disingenuous to me. Reply
  • mprospero Hi Marc - We've recently updated the pricing for all the models. We've also added new ones to this list as we've reviewed them. Reply
  • GFujioka You do your readers a disservice and reveal your partiality by not listing the 64,5 lb weight of your number one bike. Cheers. Reply
  • gtilford One factor that seems to be missing from virtually every review-support. I have some friends who could not get parts for their ebikes for 6+months, and they were only 1 year old. I've had problems getting parts with a highly recommended brand. The bike is well made, it performs well, but parts are nearly unobtainable. If I knew then when I know now about parts availability I wouild not have purchased the brand. Reply
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Electric bikes represent the future of cycling , a seamless blend of tradition and modernity. Think of them as evolution’s answer to the classic pedal bicycle; they’re essentially the same but with an exciting twist. The battery-powered propulsion system steps in when you’ve had your fill of pedaling, allowing the bike to carry you effortlessly onwards.

There’s something special about 26″ tires . They’re the perfect size for those seeking agility, acrobatics, and an exhilaratingly light ride. Their nimbleness shines through in challenging situations, like tight switchbacks, where they’re easily flicked and controlled. Additionally, they offer quick acceleration, making them an absolute joy on trails.

A larger wheel size also translates to more ground clearance. This can be a significant advantage when rolling over sizeable obstacles, whether you’re going uphill or downhill. However, bear in mind that these larger wheels do come with their share of challenges. They can be harder to control on technical terrains, and their bigger size might require more maintenance.

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