Pedego offers high-powered, throttle-enabled e-bikes that are sold at brand-specific Pedego brick and mortar stores. Familiar with the needs and desires of a Baby-Boomer population, Pedego builds stylish e-bikes that are designed to get you and your friends out into the sunshine for a refreshing e-bike ride. Read through our reviews below for an overview of Pedego’s ever-growing fleet of throttle-powered e-bikes which range from beach cruisers to commuters, trikes to fat tire e-bikes.
Don Dicostanzo, CEO of Pedego bikes, has one goal: to make your life more fun. Recognizing a need for affordable, stylish and powerful e-bikes, Dicostanzo opened the first Pedego store in 2007 in Newport Beach, California. Since then the brand has swelled to more than 140 stores worldwide with 30 more in the pipeline. Dicostanza knows that nothing replaces the convenience of a brick and mortar store. Potential customers can walk in, test ride any number of e-bikes, choose the color and style of their liking, and then return again with any needed repairs or maintenance. You can even rent one for a day, just to give it a thorough once-over!
As Baby-Boomers age, many may assume that their bike riding days are over. Dicostanzo wants to change this. The Pedego Boomerang has a super-low 9” step over height so anyone can get on and off it. Add a 750w motor and thumb throttle and you have the perfect bike for anyone with limited mobility or joint issues. No need to be left behind while the grandkids all go for a ride! Fat tire e-bikes, a classic beach cruiser, and even the stylish Interceptor all offer a comfortable seat, wide handlebars, and upright positioning for easy visibility.
Our reviewers provide details on all the Pedego bikes so you know what to look for when you walk into the next Pedego store. Check out our list of Pedego e-bike reviews below for information about speed, brakes, comfort, range and overall handling of each e-bike.