Before deciding on an e-bike, you’ll need to know which one will suit you and your riding style best. Will you mainly be riding through your nearest city, heading out on long tours or taking your fun off-road? Once you can answer this question, you should be able to quickly find your new e-bike on Bikester. If you’re not sure yet, you’ll find information about e-city bikes, e-cross bikes, e-touring bikes and e-mountain bikes here.
As with non-motorised touring bikes, riders can also expect comprehensive equipment with lighting system, wide range drive train, fenders and tour-suitable riding position on their e-touring bike. With modern e-touring bikes, longer distances are no problem. A compact and well-integrated pedelec drive supports you as much as you need, whilst still giving you a true bike-ride feel.
Mountain bikes equipped with an additional pedelec drive give off-road enthusiasts a whole new way to enjoy their nature experience. Trails that were previously remote and difficult to access are easier to reach with an e-mountain bike and each climb is turned from a necessary drudge to a new challenge with its own charm.
City bikes are the ideal bikes for easily mastering everyday life in the city. Combined with a modern e-bike drive, the classic city bike is transformed into a real mobility wonder – even beyond the usual short inner-city trips. A fully-equipped e-city bike makes it easy to quickly cover even medium-distance commutes to the workplace and arrive at the office relaxed and unruffled.
The cross bike can be understood as a sportier alternative to your everyday bike. In a slightly stretched out riding position with a wide range of gears, you’re not only well-positioned for riding through the city, but also over land. E-versions of this type of bike are ideal for commuting longer distances. Slender 28” wheels with auxiliary drive mean you’re nimble on paved and unpaved roads alike.
Stretched out riding position
Sporty and agile
For paved and unpaved roads
Even weight distribution through low position in the middle of the bottom bracket
Low centre of gravity
Ride feel is the same as a conventional bicycle
Best suited for sporty riding
Motor less susceptible to faults due to short cable runs
Higher load on chain, chainring, sprockets or internal gear hub, if available