Stylish Electric Bikes Guide Sep 08, 2010 By: Pete 10 Comments Share 0Shares0 0 By: PeteElectric bikes are cool right? Well the concept is cool, but not all electric bikes look cool. That is why I put together this guide to show you some of the cool looking electric bikes that you will actually enjoy showing off to your friends! A2B electric bikes are tough looking and they look pretty comfortable. Currie Technologies Electric Bikes has many different styles of bikes to fit almost anyone’s tastes. Energie Cycles has a unique “mono-tube” aluminum frame design. It’s a simple and clean frame design that sets them apart from the crowd! EVELO has a pretty clean looking ebike with a motor that adds power through the gears of the bike (good for climbing steep hills) Gepida has a cool line up of many different styles Giant Bikes have always had a clean design that looks comfortable to ride. Gocycle electric bikes are the cleanest design that I have seen. They are folding e-bikes that are designed for the dense urban environment. Kalkhoff electric bikes are elegant sporty city bikes that are well equipped to get you where you need to go with fenders, racks, lights, etc. M55 is a company that makes rugged electric mountain bikes. So if you like the tough look, M55 bikes are your ticket. Ohm Cycles offers city and mountain bike style e-bikes. They have a design that centers the battery in the middle of the bike for a low center of gravity. These are high quality e-bikes with a comfortable ride. See my review of the Ohm XS 750 electric mountain bike. Optibike electric bikes have a unique mountain bike look. They are electric mountain bikes that can be used for street or trail use. Pedego electric bikes are beach cruiser style ebikes that come in many different colors. Sanyo’s Enloop Electric Bike is a very clean and simple design that looks like it’s very easy to just get on and ride! The Smart Ebike is one futuristic looking electric bike from the same company that makes the small Smart Car. Definitely worth a look! Trek Bikes has a few electric bikes that have a clean style and they look fast. Checkout the Valencia + and Transport +. Voltage Cycles are a very laid back and they describe the style as “classic styling of a prewar era motorcycle and the flair of a modern day cruiser”. Winora has a bunch of electric bikes. Here is a NON electric bike but it looks like it should be. This is a super futuristic folding bike from Pacific Cycles called the iF Mode. You have to see it! Well that is the list for now. Stay tuned! I will be adding more as I come across them. Please leave a comment below if you know of some other stylish electric bikes that I should add to the list. -Pete P.S. Don’t forget to get sign up for updates from the electric bike world, plus ebike riding and maintenance tips! (upper right hand corner of this site) Related About PeteReader InteractionsComments Timirvin says October 29, 2010 at 7:59 am saw a folding electric bike other day in Bangkok. Very cool looking. Stainless steel or chrome. Super modern design, like 2 big Vs. Rider folded it up to take into restaurant. I’m guessing not cheap. Any ideas? Reply Pete at Electric Bike Report says October 29, 2010 at 5:59 pm That sounds really familiar, but I can’t place it right now. When I see it online again, I will post a link to it. Reply Clare says June 3, 2014 at 11:08 am Sounds like it could be the Mando Footloose. Reply Charlie Knower says December 8, 2010 at 8:33 pm New to the site and enjoying what I see. I’ve been riding a Giant Suede E for years and, before that, a Giant La Free. I’m interested in a pedal assist recumbent. Any possibility of getting a review on one? Keep up the good work, Charlie Knower Reply Pete at Electric Bike Report says December 9, 2010 at 8:13 pm Hi Charlie, Thanks! What kind of pedal assist recumbent are you interested in? I’ll see what I can do. Reply Joel says October 20, 2011 at 7:33 am What e bike do you think is the best for the buck? I like the Chicago and the Powabyke, they have way more gears than all the rest. Does this make a difference? Reply Pete at Electric Bike Report says October 20, 2011 at 9:39 am Hi Joel, The best e-bike for the buck is a hard question because it depends on which bike fits your needs the best. When it comes to ebikes I don’t think a lot of gears is important because the motor helps you. In fact when I ride my ebike I probably only use 5-10 gears. Reply Pete at Electric Bike Report says October 20, 2011 at 9:39 am Hi Ashlee, Yes I think Bodhi bikes are stylish! I like the integrated battery in the downtube. Reply Barbara says August 3, 2019 at 3:21 pm My New Stylish E-Bike (You asked for Comments?): I just bought a Swiss made BMC Alpenchallenge Amp Cross 1 pedal assist e-bike. It is fabulous for pavement, dirt, and gravel. I lucked into it after trying several different e-bikes that did not fit the bill for me. It is a carbon frame with a 10mm elastomer rear shock which makes it quite a cush ride. It is very lightweight at 34 #’s in a size Large. I love that this bike is light enough that I can very easily load it, by myself, onto the hitch rack on my car. The E-6100 Shimano Steps drive unit is 250W 60Nm. The battery pack is a Shimano Steps BT E8010 504Wh. It weighs 6#’s, and takes 8 hours to charge fully. It has a range of 56 miles in Level 3-High and 113 miles in Level-1 Eco when fully charged (according to it’s sophisticated computer).. It has such low rolling resistance that I hardly need to use any Assist in the flats or rollers. If the power fails I can ride it home without having to call for help. The hardest ride I’ve taken it on was 4 hours, 35 miles, and 4400 feet of climbing. It included mostly pavement with 10 miles of very rough steep 4×4 jeep road. I only used around 50% of the battery that day. The longest ride I’ve had it on was 47 miles of pavement, mostly rollers, with an unbelievable head wind on the return. It used about 25% of the battery that day. I weigh 145#’s geared up.. It’s an amazing bike for people like me who want to ride with the fastest road riders, jump out onto dirt and gravel any time the urge presents itself and cover lots of distance and elevation gain, I also love to ride it in the evenings down into town and back from our foothills home in Santa Fe, NM for music on the Plaza (an 8-mile round trip, 800-1000 foot ascent). Did I mention that It’s also incredibly sleek and has a very sexy? $4299 MSRP (not cheap but worth every penny) I love this bike! Reply Trackbacks […] Stylish Electric Bikes […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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