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Riese & Muller Delite nuvinci Review

  • Tons of accessories
  • Adjustable front and rear suspension
  • Belt drive
  • Dual battery increases range
  • Expensive
  • Second battery isn’t included in base price
Our Score 8

Giant ToughRoad GX E+ Review

  • Excellent training tool
  • Versatile enough to ride anywhere
  • Aggressive styling
  • Quality Components
  • Ride Control EVO display
  • Heavy
  • Comes with basic platform pedals that you’ll…
Our Score 9

GenZe ebike 200 Series Review

  • Inexpensive for an ebike
  • Fully charges in three and a half hours
  • Five pedal-assist modes allow for a range of…
  • Throttle mode offers near effortless riding
  • Odd location of integrated LCD screen
  • Base model doesn’t come with built-in headlight
Our Score 7

Evelo Delta Review

  • Massive motor
  • Chews up hills
  • Solid urban commuter
  • Heavy
  • Glitchy firmware
Our Score 6

Rad Power Bikes RadMini Review

  • Fat tires handle rough terrain
  • Rugged design stands out
  • Powerful motor
  • Folds for easy storage, transport
  • Comfortable saddle
  • Heavy at 60 lbs.
  • Unwieldy, even folded
  • Twitchy throttle takes finesse
Our Score 8

eSpin Sport Black Review

  • Silent, powerful, simple operation
  • Electrical components well integrated
  • Works like a regular bicycle with the assist power…
  • Excellent value
  • Disc brakes take some use to bed in properly
  • Stock seat is uncomfy
Our Score 8

Stromer ST2 S Review

  • Excellent fit and finish
  • Abundant range and power
  • Gear changes are crisp and smooth
  • Integrated app provides security and control of…
  • Boost and walk modes add ease of daily use
  • Costs several times more than other ebikes
  • Hefty weight makes lifting the bike challenging
  • Included seat might be too firm for some riders
Our Score 7

Haibike Xduro AllMtn RX Review

  • Fun to ride
  • Battery offers 60-mile range on lowest setting
  • Makes climbing hills a breeze
  • Solid component set
  • Heavy! It tips the scale at more than 50 pounds.
  • Not as nimble down hills as a traditional mountain…
  • Expensive at $5,299
Our Score 7