The EnergyPak is a convenient range extender for numerous Giant and Liv ebikes. It can also be used as a power bank.
More power tickled out of the motor and new frames – the first novelties from Flyer are indeed such.
From Switzerland comes a lightweight with less assistance. The first ebikes with the drive may appear in autumn.
Rivaling the favour of e-bikers, Scott scores with its own innovations and benefits from its experience in professional sport.
When the sun becomes your charging station, you don’t even have to stop to charge your ebike.
One of Germany’s largest bicycle wholesalers makes a virtue out of necessity and simply builds its new ebike itself.
If you want to get the most out of Specialized’s new lightweight bike for rough terrain, you need bike know-how and the necessary change.
More relaxed – and yet more power. Further developed – but not more expensive. Cowboy gets a lot right with its Generation Four.
Innovative, high-quality and particularly safe. Due to these characteristics, the FS 200 is considered a premium cargo bike. Rightly so?
Within three seconds you can turn an e-city bike into an e-cargo bike. This is how Convercyle interprets urban mobility today.
Gravel is also becoming more and more popular among e-bikers. Two new bikes from the USA are adding to the trend.
Tern’s e-cargo bike is a big seller. Nevertheless, the bike can cause some headaches. Here’s some relief.
For a long time now, there has only been one direction for the weight of e-bikes: down. A small manufacturer shows where the journey can go.
Cross-country fans take note. The IsoStrut shock could make the E-Caliber a real game changer.
Haibike celebrates ten years of e-bikes. The gift, however, goes to you. But beware: smart spenders don’t need to read any further!
Moustache interprets a more natural riding experience on the e-mountain bike as one that more closely resembles riding without a motor.
Only one chainring mounted, but ride like with two. Not possible? It does! And it looks quite promising.
E-bikes are scarce right now. The ones that are available suddenly cost more. Why is that? And when will the situation return to normal?
What does Andorra offer? Lots of mountains. A pretty low income tax rate. And an e-bike brand that is yet quite unknown.
An e-bike that comes with less because it wants to be more? Sounds confusing at first, but it makes sense.
Retrofit kits for e-bikes don’t fit everywhere and have their price. A new idea shakes up this thesis.
A noname that isn’t really a noname presents a new drive system for e-bikes. But this has yet to come of age.
Revonte who? So far, the name hardly means anything to anyone. But beware. The motor manufacturer seems ready to take the next step.
The mountain bike specialist from the USA has a single e-bike in its range. It gets a lot right – but not everything.
Trekking e-bikes and Coboc – they’ve gone together for a long time. Now the manufacturer is venturing into a suspension version.
At first sight this e-bike seems rather unpretentious. At the second glance a few remarkable ideas emerge.
From Scotland a new system is pushing onto the market. It appears to be slim. Thus, it is far from being small-breasted.
Not all updates from Cube are visible at first sight. But they are definitely not less useful.
Bogbi relies on regional competences and resources. The result is a great e-cargo bike, made in Colombia.