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Electric Bikes: Find the Best
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Our Bikes Are
Designed to Perform

Class 3 Ebikes*


20-50 Miles*


750 Watts*


*Price, speed and range vary by model

EBikes come with a range of battery sizes and warranty periods, and the life span of the battery will vary with how often you ride, your charging habits, and the maintenance you invest in your new ride.

Typically eBike batteries will last up to about five years if you store your bike in dry conditions, keep the charging ports clean, and avoid discharging the bike completely. Consistently allowing your battery to fully discharge will increase the risk of cell degradation and needing to replace the battery for your eBike much sooner!

The distance an electric bike covers depends on several factors. The main factor is the size of the e-bike battery. After battery capacity, there are external factors that impact the range of an electric bike. Some of these factors include rider weight, terrain, temperature, use of accessories, type and pressure of tires, use of gearing, inclines, and the level of motor assistance/throttle used during your ride,

The range of our top-quality eBikes will vary from model to model. Electric bikes with larger batteries such as the Cafe Cruiser can provide up to fifty miles of range, giving you plenty of capacity for a two-way commute or a weekend joy ride!

An electric bike doesn’t usually need a license to ride, and no specific federal laws cover licensing requirements for eBikes. However, state regulations vary, so the best advice is to check out your local DMV site and double-check the licensing requirements in your region before you purchase an electric bike.

Most eBikes do not require insurance, tax, licensing, or registration, but more powerful eBikes might have varying requirements. It’s also worth considering where you plan to ride eBikes because local regulations for a bike driven on the streets can differ.

The speed of an eBike depends a lot on the size of the motor on the eBike you decide to purchase. The components built into an eBike monitor speed and stop providing electric assistance when you reach a speed threshold, helping you ride your eBike safely without compromising efficiency. Most ebikes go up to 20 mph and 28 mph on motor assistance.

The majority of Ride1Up’s Class 3 electric bikes are rated to go 28 mph on pedal assist.

Yes! The motor on an ebike may make bicycling easier but at the end of the day, you are still staying active and moving your body during your ride. Studies show that riding eBikes can contribute to a healthier lifestyle, improving cardio conditioning and brain function. While you have a handy motor to help you out of sticky spots (or steep hills), pedaling an electric bicycle burns around 444 calories an hour–that’s only 20% lower than a conventional bike!

Yes, eBikes in today’s market offer a variety of multi and single-geared drivetrains. Most common eBike drivetrains come with seven, eight, or nine gears but can go higher on more expensive models.

The gears on our eBikes vary from model to model to provide riders with options to find the most suitable and comfortable eBikes for their needs.

All our electric bikes are engineered with exceptional quality components, offer unbeatable accessories, and are IP-65-rated water-resistant. This rating means they are protected from low-pressure water from any direction.

While we do not recommend leaving the e-bikes out in the rain or riding in hazardous conditions due to personal safety, our eBikes can be ridden in the rain and handle water exposure. Just as with any electrical device, keeping bike dry and protected from the elements will increase its lifespan.