2015 Easy Motion Electric Bikes [VIDEOS & PICS] Sep 26, 2014 By: Pete 3 Comments Share 0Shares0 0 By: Pete For 2015 Easy Motion is bringing their new EVO line up of e-bikes to the US and they recently showed them off at Interbike in Las Vegas. The EVO line has some new features that improve on the previous NEO line from Easy Motion. The first one is that the battery integration on the downtube of the frame is even more stealth to make their electric bikes look very much like a traditional bicycle. Speaking of the frames, the EVO frames utilitize hyrdoformed aluminum tubes to create some cool looks and in some cases, more standover height. Another improvement is the ability to charge the battery on or off the bike in the EVO line. Easy Motion also had their Bosch powered City Wave commuter style electric bike on display. The following videos and pictures will give you a look at the new 2015 electric bikes from Easy Motion. The 2015 Easy Motion city style e-bikes: EVO Eco Lite, EVO Street, EVO City Wave, & EVO City Electric Bikes. The 2015 Easy Motion hybrid/road style electric bikes: EVO Cross, EVO Jet, & EVO Race Electric Bikes. The 2015 Easy Motion electric mountain bikes: EVO 29, EVO 27.5, and EVO 27.5 Jumper Electric Mountain Bikes. The folding style Easy Motion electric bikes: NEO Volt and NEO Prox Electric Bikes. The 2015 Easy Motion speed pedal assist bikes: Nitro Cross and Nitro City Electric Bikes. The new 2015 Bosch powered Easy Motion City Wave electric bike. And here are some pictures of the new Easy Motion bikes from Interbike. The 2015 Easy Motion city style e-bikes: EVO Street, EVO City Wave, & EVO City Electric Bikes. Here is a close up of the EVO Street. Note the easy step thru frame style and how ingrate the battery is in the downtube of the frame. The 2015 Easy Motion hybrid/road style electric bikes: EVO Cross, EVO Jet, & EVO Race Electric Bikes. Here’s a close up of the EVO Race frame and integrated battery. And a close up of the EVO Jet with its step thru frame. The Bosch City Wave is a commuter style mid drive. Easy Motion will also have the Bosch Cross which is more of a road style e-bike. This is the Easy Motion Nitro Cross that is a high speed e-bike that can travel up to 28mph. The 2015 Easy Motion electric mountain bikes: EVO 29, EVO 27.5, and EVO 27.5 Jumper Electric Mountain Bikes. A close up of the EVO 29. Note the improved stand over height of the frame. Wow! That is a bright red color on the new EVO 27.5! That’s it for now. Stay tuned for more Easy Motion e-bike news. P.S. Don’t forget to join the Electric Bike Report community for updates from the electric bike world, plus ebike riding and maintenance tips! Related Reader InteractionsComments David says September 26, 2014 at 1:54 pm Lovin these new models! Sooo Sexy. Will soon be available for test rides at Virginia Beach Electric Bike Center..Can’t Wait!! Reply Wayne says November 2, 2014 at 3:35 am I just ordered the 2015 Evo 650B, looks like I got the last one, can’t order it anymore. My first electric bike, I can’t wait! Reply Cate says November 23, 2015 at 1:59 am Went to test ride a different brand bike, saw the Evo Street and test rode it too. Somehow this brand had slipped under my radar but after testing three other brands of e-bikes this is the one that came home with her. First, all the accessories are included which makes it a good value. But more important in hilly Seattle, it can climb hills. Bikes with larger 500 W motors (the Evo Street has a 350 W motor) did not do as well in going up hills. This is not a tall person’s bike. I am 5’9″ and it works but another 2 inches and it wouldn’t. But if it is the right size for you, this is a great bike. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Current [email protected] * Leave this field empty This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.