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Here are the top electric bikes whether you're off-roading or commuting



Today, it is hard to go anywhere without seeing an electric bike (e-bike) on the road, and it is easy to see why. They are affordable, fitness-forward, and best of all, fun. At ZDNET, we had the opportunity to test out today's best electric bikes to see which one really is the best. After hours of testing, this is what we found.To get more news about electric bikes for adults , you can visit magicyclebike.com official website.

The Electric Bike Company Model R (Rugged Enduro) takes a fun approach to electric bikes, prioritizing customization without sacrificing performance. Its 750-watt motor is capable of reaching 20 miles per hour using the throttle or as high as 28 miles per hour with pedal assist. With a 380-pound load capacity, it is comfortable with a variety of different terrain, too, with strong off-road performance.
The Model R features Tektro E-530 hydraulic disc brakes with brake levers and a direct or optional 7-speed. The range is incredible - this electric bike can go an astounding 150 miles before needing a charge. When it is time to charge, the 3.5 Amp super-charger uses Smart charging technology to quickly and efficiently charge your bike. Even better? Your bike arrives fully built, so you can just hop on and go.
The Ariel Rider Grizzly is a rugged, outdoorsy version of the electric bike, offering all-wheel drive for your on- and off-roading needs. It puts the power in your hands by offering dual motor technology, which means you can singularly use your rear or front motor or even both at the same time. Either way, you have two 1,000-watt geared hub motors to use. The 52-volt, 35Ah batteries feature an extra-long battery life, doubled from previous models, with up to 75 miles per charge.

The design also incorporates a full-suspension frame with puncture-resistant tires, plus industry-leading shocks with suspension front fork and motocross level rear suspension. Plus, there is room for two when you add on the optional long saddle and standard foot pegs.
The Aventon Sinch features oversized tires that are great on gravel and other types of terrain with an LCD Smart Easy Read Display and backlight for nighttime riding. There is a 750W 48V brushless motor and two sensors, including a cadence sensor and a speed sensor. The throttle works from a complete stop to get you going, but be careful because this electric bike is incredibly responsive, even though its maximum speed is the lowest on our list. It does have the smallest range on our list, so it is best for short distances and more occasional use, as it will require a charge rather quickly.

However, the foldable design makes it extremely convenient, making it perfect for those with apartments, small garages, or other limited space. You do not have to sacrifice style, either, with an attractive design sure to turn more than a few heads.
When you are looking for an everyday commuter bike, the Ride1Up Core 5 is a fantastic fit. As a Class 3 bike, it reaches speeds of up to 28 miles per hour, thanks to a 750-watt 48-volt motor with a controller and integrated cadence sensor. Featuring a seven-speed shifter, you receive built-in Customizable Pedal Assist (PAS) and Intelligent Riding Feedback for a stronger performance.

The 45-mile range is just decent, not much more than the Aventon Sinch, but the 48-volt two-amp charger has an LED indicator that will keep you tuned in to charging status. There is an alloy frame that makes it lightweight and easier to handle than most other electric bikes, but there is also a weight limit of 275 pounds, ruling it out for some riders. Your bike arrives 85% complete, giving you a headstart on setup, but be sure to check out the free 30-day trial before you buy.
The Specialized Turbo Tero 5.0 boasts 2.3" Ground Control tires for excellent traction, an SRAM disc for an instant response, and 110mm of front suspension for smooth performance. It is my husband's favorite bike, one he says is great for fitness and can keep up on trails as a high-performing electric mountain bike. It features a Turbo Full Power 2.2 Motor with a 710 Wh battery and electric pedal assist.

There are three power modes with a Turbo System Lock that will disable the motor and activate the motion sensor alarm when you use the Mission Control App. Although we could not find the range for this bike. However, the specs are strong, with additional features not shown in other bikes. The frame comes ready for child seats if your child wants to come along, and the frame is even rated to tow a trailer if that is where the day takes you.

 
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