One of the first companies to bring an electric bike to market, iGo has been building quality e-bikes since 2006. Scroll to the bottom of the page for our iGo electric bike reviews and first-looks at specs as new bikes are released.
Based in Montreal, Canada, and with 15 years of experience in the industry, iGo has long defined what it means to make an affordable and high-quality e-bike. iGo’s e-bikes range from a carbon fiber electric road bike with a nearly invisible pedal-assist motor to a fat-tired folding e-bike that packs down small enough to fit in a car trunk. With batteries that seamlessly blend into the frame across almost all models, iGo bikes are powered by either a mid-drive or hub-mounted motor, depending on which bike you choose.The company also has its own app that syncs with some bikes, called iGo Drive Connect, that works as more than just a speedometer or calorie counter — it can also diagnose and display potential issues with the bike and fine tune the drive system for a particular rider’s needs. iGo’s bikes also come thoughtfully spec’d out-of-box; it’s electric commuters come with racks, lights and puncture-proof tires; the eMTBs come with hydraulic disc brakes and 4-inch fat tires; and the sportier electric road bikes come with Shimano components and lightweight Bafang motors.
iGo is a direct-to-consumer company with the added benefit of having in-person dealerships. Bikes arrive at your door 95 percent built, with just a few pieces to put together yourself. But if you encounter a problem or want some custom tuning done to the drive system, a brick-and-mortar dealership is there to help you.
ElectricBikeReport.com keeps tabs on the latest bikes and news from iGo so you don’t have to. Below is a selection of our latest reviews of iGo’s bikes — from rigorous in-person tests on our home roads and trails in southwest Utah to first-looks as new bikes are released.