The hottest electric bikes in September 2020
Until recently, electric bikes didn’t drive attention because of their bulky and often ugly design. However, now, you can look at a bicycle and don’t understand whether it is a traditional bike or an electric bike. As you guessed, various technologies related to the niche have developed and matured. So many excellent bikes will transport you from one point to another and have a lot of fun.
When acquiring a new electric bike, you should pay attention to various technical parameters. Moreover, there are tons of brands offering products from this category. So either you should be familiar with all of them (which is unreal), or you can trust sources like us. In this regard, we collected the best electric bikes in September 2022.
Most giant LCD screen: Fafrees FF91
With the Fafrees FF91 electric bike, you can conquer any terrain. Also, it comes with quite big 26×4″ tires that support both front and rear adjustable suspension. The bike’s skeleton is made of aluminum, which ensures a safe and comfortable ride.
Our protagonist also comes with a pair of disc brakes, a front LED headlight, a horn, a 3,5″ clear LCD display, a total of up to 21 gear combinations, and of course, its selling point – the mobile app control. You can find the app in the Play Store and download it. It’s called Bikewise Pro. Among these features, we should focus on the display. It’s larger than those of other bikes. So it is capable of displaying more information.
The Fafrees FF91 comes with an electric motor with decent power in the rear wheel. For instance, with up to 1000W performance, it will easily handle up to a 30° incline. At the same time, the electric bike can reach a maximum speed of 35 km/h and a maximum torque of up to 90Nm.
We are talking about an electric bike, so, logically, you want to know some details concerning its endurance. In this sense, the Fafrees FF91 provides up to 90 kilometers of ride on a single charge. However, you should know that this feature depends on various conditions.
Also, there are several modes you can choose from when riding on the bike. Say, you can set up a purely electric drive, assisted by PAS mode or even a mode adapted to push the bike. Of course, it can turn into a conventional bike at any moment.
Best hydraulic disc brakes: Gunai MX02S
Like most electric bikes available on the market, the Gunai MX02S frame is built with aluminum alloy. It is light and robust and ensures a safe load of up to 150kg.
The bike has massive tires of 26×4” that support hydraulic disc brakes. Due to them, you will be sure that the bike will stop immediately. In this sense, you should know that this bike has 21 Speeds Shift System. Also, the big tires can strengthen road surface friction, making driving more stable to suit all road conditions such as snow, road, beach, and MTB mountain.
By the way, “hydraulic disc brakes dissipate heat thoroughly and distribute heat more evenly than traditional mechanical brakes, which means that hydraulic brakes are more likely to last longer. ” (via)
The Gunai MX02S comes with a 48V*1000W brushless motor. The latter provides strong power, adding fun to your journey. Moreover, it has a maximum speed of 40km/h, and the gradability can reach 30° in common road conditions. However, you can set a speed limit of 20km/h to 40km/h.
Its 48V*17Ah Li battery supports about 1000 times the recharge cycle. To fully charge the battery, you will need around 8 hours.
What we like about this electric bike are the working modes. For instance, in the so-called Pedal Assist Mode, the bike’s motor will provide moderate power as you pedal the bicycle. In the mode, the battery endurance will reach 40-50km. In the Electric mode, the battery will assist you 35-40km. Finally, in Manual Mode, it will turn into a regular bike.
Most comfortable charging: Ruicanjie R8
This brand might sound unfamiliar to you, but we like discovering new brands that make good products. Look, the Ruicanjie R8 has an aluminum shock absorber to overcome obstacles on the road, making your ride much more comfortable. This statement is also true for the bike’s seat shock absorber, which reduces the pressure on the rear wheel shock absorber. Turning off the suspension will suit flat roads, making the frame body more stable. However, turn on suspension, and this bike will become a beast ready to conquer muddy rugged roads.
There are three modes you can choose from. The battery will provide various ranges you can ride according to your choice. For instance, in the Eco mode, it will ride 90km; in normal mode, the range will reach 70km; in high mode, it will be able to pass 50km of distance.
We also must mention that the Ruicanjie R8 supports a double disc brake system, which instantly stops the bicycle. The 800W brushless motor has a high continuous torque output, effectively saving energy and increasing battery life. Finally, this electric bike supports two charging methods. You can charge the battery without removing it from the bicycle and charge it after taking it off.
Best seat: Lankeleisi RV700
One of the selling points of this electric bike is the HD LED display. The latter will clearly display your current mileage, riding speed, remaining power, driving time, etc. Also, we liked the seat, which uses premium materials and provides the best comfort. Agree that the seat is one of the most important parts of any bike. If sitting on it is uncomfortable, you can’t count on long riding.
Like other models mentioned above, the Lankeleisi RV700 has a significant suspension. Honestly, this brand has always been known for its advantageous suspension, and this model is no exception.
The 48V 16ah large-capacity lithium battery on the bike is easy to replace. So if you own extra batteries in your pack, you can pass very long distances without thinking about power. As for endurance, in a pure electric mode, it will provide 55km of distance range, but when switched to power assist mode, it will allow you to ride 130km.
The frame is made of 6061 aluminum, while the big tires are 26×4” in size. Due to a 7S gear system, the bike can reach up to 45km/h of riding speed.
Best foldable e-bike: ADO A20+
The most significant selling point of the ADO A20+ is its ability to fold. Generally, in Europe (and not only), but bikes from this category are also trendy because they can be placed in relatively small cars and carried out when you ride in the countryside. Its dimensions in the unfolded state are 1550*530*1100mm, but when folded, they will turn into 900*430*700mm.
Apart from this, the ADO A20+ is available in two colors of Black and White. The bike has 20” tires and features three power modes. They are electric, electric assist, or pedal riding modes. Of course, this electric bike comes with a full-body shock absorption system.
Like the previous model, it also sports an HD LCD display, an LED headlight for a safer ride as well as a double disc brake system.
The 250W brushless gear DC motor can provide a maximum of 35km/h speed, which is limited to 25km/h unless it’s locked. Also, the 36v 10.4Ah removable Lithium battery will be enough to ride a maximum range of up to 80km, while in the electric mode, it will provide a 60km distance travel. To fully charge the battery, you will need 6-7 hours.
Lastly, the ADO A20+ electric bike has rear disc brakes, and the front fork and body have double shock absorption. The maximum supported weight is 120kg.
Maximum load capacity: Bezior XF200
It seems that all good things are collected into one when looking at this electric bike. The Bezior XF200 adopts DYISLAND power-off oil discs for both front and back brakes. The S disc brake system supports instant heat dissipation and emergency braking.
At the same time, this bike has a front fork suspension, which can effectively reduce disruption and effectively respond to various road conditions.
There is also an intelligent LCD display, which will display various useful information at a glance. So you will always be informed about the status of your electric bike.
Though it’s a full-size electric bike, you can fold it, turning it into a relatively small piece of equipment that can be put into the car’s trunk or elevator or placed at home without occupying much space.
The 7-speed gear system provides an exceptionally smooth switch between various speed modes. It can reach up to 40km/h of speed, depending on the road conditions.
Its 8V 15Ah 18650 lithium battery makes the bike ride up to 130km on a single charge in a power-assisted mode. The battery will be fully charged in 6-7 hours. And finally, this bike supports up to 200kg of load capacity. Thus, you can still ride on it even if you aMcdonald’sbuilder or like McDonalds too much.
As you see, there are several features you should take a look at when buying an electric bike. Among them, we have to mention the tire size, the suspension system, the materials used, the display, the maximum speed and millage, and a few others. All these bikes introduced above have successfully passed all the tests, and that’s why they appeared on our list. But you should also know they are costly.