Bent on making electric bikes the sustainable transportation choice of the future, Blix’s bikes are designed for everyday commuting and leisurely riding. For more information on Blix, scroll to the bottom of the page for our Blix electric bikes reviews.
Started in 2014 by Swedish founder Pontus Malmberg, Blix’s mission is to see bicycles become the sustainable transportation option in North America. The company is headquartered in Santa Cruz, California and is the quickest-growing bike manufacturer in the United States. The company’s four-bike lineup ranges from the beach cruiser-styled Sol to the Packa cargo e-bike, which is large enough to carry two child seats.
Blix’s bikes are on the affordable end of the e-bike spectrum, with all models costing less than $1,600 or less. But their affordability does not make them cheap. The entire lineup features disk brakes, thoughtful design and extras like racks and fenders. For the commuters and load-carriers out there, Blix also developed its own modular racking system that neatly and securely attaches to a number of mounting points on the frame. All the bikes are Class 2, meaning they have a throttle and the motor assist works up until 20 mph, and the bikes are rated for riders up to 240 lbs. Most models include lights, and all Blix bikes come with a 1-year comprehensive warranty.
For the latest on Blix e-bikes, check out the below reviews and first-glances at the brand’s lineup from our expert reviewers and writers at ElectricBikeReport.com. For bikes we get our hands on, our testers put them through their paces on our home roads and paths in southwest Utah — testing everything from braking power to battery longevity — to help you get a clear picture of what these bikes feel and look like in the real world.