Disclaimer: The Toyota i-ROAD is not an electric bike and it does not have a pedal power option.
So why am I talking about it on Electric Bike Report? [Read more…]
Optibike don’t normally go together in the same sentence, but the M4 is the most economical of the Optibike line up at $5995!
But that is the price for the quality that Optibke prides itself on.
This is what Optibike has to say about the new M4:
“Introducing the new Optibike M4; If you have been looking for the American quality and award winning design of the Optibike at an affordable price; [Read more…]
Prodeco headquarters visit report where I will cover the bikes that I test rode, how Prodeco offers their bikes for low prices, and their focus on constant improvement.
Make sure you check out Part 1 of the report that covers the Prodeco story and what the future holds for this American e-bike company.
If you are in the market for a fun commuter electric bike with European styling you should definitely checkout the IZIP E3 Path. It is a bike that combines an efficient ride with a comfortable up right position that will make you look forward to your next ride!
At a price of $1699 the Path offers a lot of value with the quality of its components and overall style. Just be aware that the Path is designed for mellow riding; it will not [Read more…]
Are you looking for a fast, powerful, and custom off road electric bike that is built in the USA? The Optibike 1100R may be your next e-bike. Just be prepared to pay the price!
The Optibike 1100R is so fast and powerful that it won the Pikes Peak hill climb race in Colorado in 2011. Not only did it win, it beat the 2010 time by 40 minutes!
This bike exudes high quality from the custom monocoque aluminum frame to [Read more…]