Troxus Mobility began in 2019 as a manufacturer of electric scooters. After entering the market, they spent the next two years refining their designs and in 2021, released both an updated version of their T1 scooter as well as two e-bike models, the Volcanus and Skyhopper. The company has continued its trend of innovation since then, expanding their line of bikes with a wider range of models for more diverse applications.
As a company of passionate, young professionals, Troxus defines themselves as environmentally conscious and practical. Their approach to e-bikes reflects this, through their catalog of multi-purpose fat tire models which can travel long distances through varied terrain. Troxus also makes a statement about safety by including headlights and taillights with a double-flashing brake light feature for increased visibility.
From camping to commuting, the Troxus line of e-bikes is built tough for long-lasting reliability. They offer a modest selection of accessories to fill out the gaps between the capabilities of their base models and the more specific needs of their customers. And with price tags between roughly $1,500 and $2,500, Troxus e-bikes maintain expected levels of quality and performance in relation to their cost by relying on name brand components across the board.
To back up their products, Troxus offers a 2-year warranty on all their models, and customer support to help consumers replace worn parts (like brake pads) themselves.
The professional reviewers at Electric Bike Report have had the opportunity to look over, test, and weigh out the specs and performance of e-bikes from the Troxus lineup. Take a look below for an index of our detailed examinations of the Troxus e-bikes, and read our reviews to see how the bikes performed in our real-world tests!