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Welcome to Ride1Up UC Program!

On this page you will find all of the available ebikes with special discount pricing under our UC program.

Please note that you must be signed in in order to purchase an ebike using the special pricing. UC pricing will be marked in red.

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Ride1upExcellentRide1up4.6 Based on 918 reviews fromSee all reviews review us onCarl W. LaneCarl W. Lane ★★★★★ I have a LMT'd and love it. Performs better than expected. Customer service and Support has been fantastic as well. Hoping to purchase a Rift - I'm in Mexico for several months every year - the only issue is getting it shipped here. If it wasn't for that, I would have already ordered it.Robert M McconnellRobert M Mcconnell ★★★★★ I did a ton of research looking for my next eBike to sit along side my Aventon in the garage. I wanted a moped style and I'm very glad I decided on the Revv1 by Ride1Up. The packaging got me an undamaged bike and the assembly is minimal and well documented on the Ride1Up website. I called Ride1Up for a battery question and I got through to a human quickly. Bryan on the support line was very helpful and knowledgeable, you could tell he was not reading from some 3 ring binder script. He also offered another couple of helpful hints for new owners and never rushed me off the phone. A++++. Assembling the bike gave me a chance to see the construction fit and finish. Well done Ride1Up! Locktite already applied to many of the fasteners, holes lined up and fasteners were a good quality. No plastic fit together or tie wrap type mounts. I put about 5 miles on the bike and it was a real blast, exactly what I wanted. The cadence sensor in PAS5 is a torque bronco so be careful with that, totally my fault I should have just have taken the time to read the manual. Very impressed! Thanks Ride1Up! My Roadster V2 will be my next bike.G MichaelG Michael ★★★★★ I recently ordered a bike from Ride1Up. I did a lot of research about e-bikes. I wanted an affordable e-bike with specific features from a company that provided good customer service.I looked at several reviews, asked questions on social media and reviewed the BBB. Ride1Up seemed to encompass all I wanted in an e-bike: good customer service with timely response times and a quality, affordable bike.I took advantage of a sale and I bought a Cafe Cruiser model.The bike arrived in less than a week. One of the components was damaged upon arrival (shipping damage), Ride1Up immediately responded to my request for a replacement part and sent one out within 24 hours. I'm happy to confirm that their customer service team is very responsive.As for the bike, I am happy with it. This is my first e-bike. I own traditional MTBs and previously owned a 50cc scooter that I sold last winter.There is a learning curve riding an e-bike. I'm still getting used to it.The bike is larger than a traditional bike and heavier. It seems to be well built with decent components. It's fast.I was able to adjust the menu settings to make it more suitable to my needs.I've ordered a few accessories to make it look cool and provide me with a more customized bike.I recommend Ride1Up.Morris MayoMorris Mayo ★★★★★ I purchased a white 700 series XR in December. It’s a really well made bike. I couldn’t be more happier. I’ve only ridden about 100 miles on it so far but everything works great.Tom DoddTom Dodd ★★★★★ I've had my 500 series bike for 2 1/2 years and love it. I have over 1500 miles on it and it has required very little maintenance. I'm pleased with the quality of the hardware and the durability of the bike. I'm 73 and deliberately chose a relatively lighter e-bike. One time I failed to pay attention to recharging my battery and ran out of power about 3 miles from home and was able to pedal the rest of the ride without battery assistance.

My only issue with the bike is lifting my rather tight leg over the body when dismounting.
Colin DevineColin Devine ★★★★★ Just ordered the revv 1up should have it within a few days I definitely recommend this company very good quality products / prices and they respond to you very quickly when you send them a messageRuaíri ClancyRuaíri Clancy ★★★★★ Light electric silence :)Mike SmithMike Smith ★★★★★ I have not had my ebike long enough to review it. This review is about service and support.Having never put together an ebike, I had to reach out to Ride1Up a couple times for help. The most important thing to me when it comes to support is...Response!Ride1Up gets an A+ for support at this point. Very responsive and very helpful. I bought a Turris XR for me and a Turris ST for my wife. I have the ST 99% done, just need to tune and adjust a little (things Ride1Up is also very helpful with).So far, so good.Craig CaseyCraig Casey ★★★★★ I am 71 years old and have had my ride one up 700 for about 2 years. I have clocks about 7,000 miles in the Phoenix area and mountains. I have had zero problems with the bike. I have changed bikes and tires occasionally, and had one maintenance completed had a shop, but the bike keeps going and going and going.. all of my interactions with ride one up have been very satisfying, they are a very responsive group. I would not hesitate to recommend them, in fact I'm looking hungry at their mid drive bike as a second e-bike. I am a very very satisfied customer!
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How Long Do EBike Batteries Last?

EBikes come with a range of battery sizes, accessories, 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 bike.

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 bike battery to fully discharge will increase the risk of cell degradation and needing to replace the battery for your eBike much sooner!

How Far Can an Electric Bike Go?

The distance an electric bike covers depend on several factors. The main element is the size of the bike battery. After battery capacity, external factors 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 bike ride,

The range of our top-quality electric bicycles will vary from model to model. Electric bicycles 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 bike ride!

Do You Need a License for an Electric Bike?

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 shop for 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.

How Fast Can an EBike Go?

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.

Are EBikes Good for Losing Weight?

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 bike ride. Studies show that riding eBikes can support 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!

Do Electric Bikes Have Gears?

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 accessories and 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. Be sure to compare electric bike models to find the best option for your needs.

Can You Ride Electric Bikes in the Rain?

All our electric bikes are engineered with exceptional quality components, offer unbeatable accessories, and warranty options, and are IP-65-rated water-resistant. This rating means the electric bike is 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 the bike dry and protected from the elements will increase the lifespan of the bike.

What Is the Best Electric Bike Out Right Now?

Choosing a high-quality bike can make your daily travel quicker, cheaper, and healthier–but picking the right electric bike is very much a personal choice, depending on a whole host of factors.

For example, you’ll need to consider your budget, the frame style, size, and color you want, and whether you’re after an urban bike, a casual electric bike for occasional trips, or a more powerful bike to tackle tough hills.

Our Core-5 model is an exceptional value e-bike for first-time riders, and the 700 Series is a top-of-the-range model loaded with features for advanced performance. However, we’d recommend considering what you want to prioritize rather than suggesting that one specific model is the best option for every electric bike rider.

Which Cheap Electric Bike Is Best?

All Ride1Up e-bikes offer seriously competitive value, and we’d be reluctant to suggest that the cheapest electric bikes have the level of functionality, comfort, and aesthetic appeal we believe are important to your bike riding experience. Very cheap e-bikes have reduced power, performance, and longevity and don’t make the cut when it comes to balancing value against quality.

Our advice is to invest in an electric bike designed to withstand the rigors of the road, with each model developed with precision detail to provide the highest possible performance without costing a fortune. When you shop for bikes, you will want to consider price, accessories, warranty policies, customer support, and service options. Test riding various bikes can also be a valuable step to compare different bike options and find the one that best fits your needs.

Is There a Speed Limit on an Electric Bike?

Ride1Up specializes in Class 3 electric bikes–these bikes can reach speeds of up to around twenty-eight MPH and comply with the U.S. federal classification system. Top speeds vary with bike rider weights, terrain, and whether you’re using throttle only or pedal assist. You can find more information about maximum assisted speeds in our product specs and accessories, including advice about adjusting the settings in your bike display in our support platform.

It remains essential to observe local speed limits because not every state has adopted the same classification system. There may be different speed limits for cycle lanes and travel routes that permit electric bikes.

What Are the Three Types of E-Bikes?

Electric bikes are classified as Class 1, 2, or 3 based on the operation of the motor. As a quick summary of the bike classifications:

Class 1 e-bikes have an upper-speed limit of twenty MPH, with a pedal assist-only electric motor.
Class 2 models incorporate throttles, where the motor stops assisting the rider when the bike reaches twenty MPH.
Class 3 electric bikes have a motor, pedal assist, and a maximum speed of approximately twenty-eight MPH.

However, Ride1Up has incorporated a 20 PMH throttle into most of their class 3 bikes too.

How Far Can You Ride an E-Bike Without Pedaling?

Like all things e-bikes, the range is impacted by variables such as whether you’re riding uphill or downhill, the bike motor and battery size, tire spec and condition, and even the strength of the wind!

It’s also worth noting that a bike is designed for pedaling rather than operating like a moped or electric motorbike, which runs solely on the motor. You wouldn’t expect to sit stationary on the bike without pedaling at all, but you can cruise downhill without much pedal power.

You’ll find ranges for each model on our electric bike product page, from twenty to thirty miles on the Roadster V2 to thirty to fifty miles on the LMT’D, Prodigy, 700 Series, and Cafe Cruiser.

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