E-Bike / Electric

E-Bike: Electrically power-assisted bicycles designed to make pedaling easier grew popular in the 2010s.

E-bikes, or electric bicycles, are bicycles equipped with an electric motor that assists the rider while pedaling. These bikes have gained popularity in recent years as an eco-friendly and efficient means of transportation, as well as a way to make cycling more accessible to a wider range of people. E-bikes come in various styles, catering to different riding needs and preferences.

E-Bike (Approximate bicycle dimensions): Geometry varies based on style, but often longer wheelbases.

Approximate price ranges for 'E-bike' type of bike (minimum - average - maximum prices): $1,000 - $2,500 - $8,000

1. General Information
  • Name and type: E-bike (Electric bicycle)
  • Purpose: Designed to assist riders with an electric motor, making cycling easier and more efficient
  • Price range: Mid-range to high-end
  • Suitable for: Men and women, adults, commuters, recreational riders, and those seeking an easier cycling experience
2. Characteristics


  • Material: Aluminum, carbon fiber, or steel
  • Geometry: Varies depending on the specific type of e-bike (city, mountain, road, etc.)


  • Diameter: Varies depending on the type of e-bike (26", 27.5", 28", 700c)
  • Tire type: Varies depending on the intended use (slick, semi-slick, or knobby)
  • Rim material: Aluminum or carbon fiber


  • Number of gears: Varies, typically 7-11 speeds or internally geared hubs
  • Derailleur type: External, front and rear, or internal gear hub
  • Crankset: Single or double chainring, aluminum or carbon fiber


  • Type: Hydraulic or mechanical disc brakes, or rim brakes (caliper or V-brakes)
  • Actuation: Hydraulic or mechanical
  • Manufacturer and model: Shimano, SRAM, or Tektro

Electric System

  • Motor: Mid-drive or hub motor, 250W-750W
  • Battery: Lithium-ion, 36V-48V, 250Wh-1000Wh
  • Display: LCD or LED, showing battery level, assist mode, and speed
  • Assist modes: Pedal assist (PAS) or throttle (in some models)

Saddle and handlebars

  • Saddle type: Comfortable, ergonomic saddle
  • Material: Synthetic or gel
  • Handlebar type: Flat, riser, or drop bars, depending on the type of e-bike

Bike weight:18-30 kg (40-66 lbs)

3. Features
  • Additional equipment: Fenders, racks, lights, kickstand
  • Accessories included: Charger, sometimes a second battery
  • Unique characteristics or technologies: Electric assist motor, high-capacity battery, integrated lights
  • Compatibility with additional equipment: Varies, but often compatible with standard bicycle accessories
4. Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Main advantages: Easier and more efficient cycling, helps riders tackle hills and headwinds, eco-friendly transportation
  • Potential disadvantages or limitations: Heavier than traditional bikes, more expensive, battery range limitations
  • Comparison with other similar bike types: More efficient and accessible than traditional bikes, but heavier and more complex
5. Target Audience and Recommendations
  • Suitable for: Commuters, recreational riders, those with physical limitations, or anyone seeking an easier cycling experience
  • Frame size recommendations: Based on rider height and inseam length
  • Maintenance and care tips: Regular cleaning, lubrication, and tune-ups, with extra attention to the electric components and battery
6. Popular Models and Manufacturers
  • Examples of popular models: Specialized Turbo Vado, Trek Allant+, Riese & Müller Nevo GT
  • Well-known brands specializing in this type: Specialized, Trek, Giant, Riese & Müller, Haibike
7. Conclusion
  • Summary of key characteristics and advantages: E-bikes are bicycles with an electric motor that assists the rider, making cycling easier, more efficient, and accessible to a wider range of people
  • Optimal choice for: Commuters, recreational riders, and those seeking an eco-friendly and efficient means of transportation, or anyone who wants to enjoy the benefits of cycling with an added boost from an electric motor