Top Four Types of Electric Bikes

If you are in the market for an electric bike then you need to become familiar with the four main types. The ‘right’ choice really depends on your specific needs and preferences.

Folding electric bikes

Do you want a bike that is easy to move, carry around, and store? Then what you need is a folding electric bike that is lightweight and made of high-grade aluminium. Choose a model that folds to a size that is small enough to be carried in a train or a public bus. The Powacycle’s Puma electric bike, for example, can be folded down into a 70 cm x 50 cm x 84 cm easy-to-haul size. But don’t let its compactness fool you. These electric bikes are powered by 200-watt motors and can reach speeds of up to 25 kilometres per hour.

Cruiser or urban bikes

These bikes are particularly designed for city roads, so you can expect a comfortable ride as you cruise your way to the school, to the store, or to your office. One of the best features of cruiser bikes is their sleek design. Buy one with steel frames and 26-inch tires for a steady drive. The maximum speed for cruiser bikes is usually 30 kilometres per hour. They are powered by 250-watt brushless motors.

Electric mountain bikes

An electric mountain bike is engineered for local trails and mountains. It usually comes with specially-designed gears and tires. The Z4L RAV-M03L, a popular model, is equipped with a Shimano T55 derailleur and 26-inch tires.

You can rely on electric mountain bikes to provide you with a smooth ride while carrying load or cargo. Most models have mud guards to shield you from dirt and LED lights to keep you visible in low-light conditions.

Electric hybrid bikes

Combining the best features of a road bike and a mountain bike, this is the bike for you if you want speed and balance. An electric hybrid bike is super durable but not as heavy as a mountain bike.

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Why Electric Mountain Bikes are So Popular These Days?

The bicycle has come a long way since its humble beginnings. Today, the addition of electric motors and compact batteries have made bikes an even more practical transportation choice. The electric mountain bike gives the added benefit of a power assist for negotiating inclines and rough terrain—a nightmare for a lot of riders. The added electric motor also gives you the ability to cruise at speed along main roads (up to 15 miles per hour), thereby saving your legs from having to pedal through moving traffic. Electric cycles have certainly made biking a more relaxing proposition.

Most e-bikes can give a range of 31 miles on a single charge. Since it still a bicycle, you can switch to pedal power at any time, further increasing the range. Switch off the motor and pedal the bike as normal to preserve the battery and give yourself a healthy workout. Battery packs are also simple to charge up—just plug into a standard wall socket. Hooking up the battery to the charger overnight will give you better range.

Modern electric mountain bikes also benefit from the use of lightweight alloys and materials, making them easier to manoeuvre and ride around. Digital gauges and displays show the rider vital information such as speed, distance covered, and the amount of charge left in the batteries. Powerful LED head and tail lights give you more visibility in the dark and add an element of safety, especially when riding at night. Making it safe to ride even on evenings.

Electric mountain bikes are also available with bike frame styles for men and women. They come in many different colours and materials and can be customised with trim, tires, gears and shifters, brakes, and control lines to the rider’s preference. Standard bike accessories can also be used.

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