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eBikes and You

Electric bicycles are no longer taboo in the cycling world. There’s a whole host of reasons why you should buy one and get some pedaling assistance in your life. They’ll make your life easier and cycling more fun! Let’s see, what are the best electric bikes on the market!

E-bikes make your commutes faster and easier, help you climb hills more efficiently before a DH run, and allow you to ride longer on your road bike.

You also might be recovering from an injury or you need to haul a big load of cargo that your legs are not strong enough to pull.

Whatever the reason, there’s A LOT of choice in the e-bike world right now. The chances you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for are high, but making the right choice might take some time.

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App Integration


The all-new RideControl App has an improved user interface and reliability. New features include customizable data fields in the ride screen and an automatic upload to Strava.


On the individual screens within the app, you'll be able to access a help guide by tapping on the (?) button in the upper right. This in-app help guide holds explanations on the key terms and features related to the individual screens. In order to view this feature, you have to be online using wifi or data.

eBike Services

Getting service for your eBike is as simple as clicking the button below! A NEW and more convenient way to schedule your eBike repairs and servicing: book a service appointment with us!

Battery Maintenance & Care

When the weather begins to drop and the snow starts to fall, it is increasingly important to know how to properly care for your electric bike and its Lithium-ion battery. It may be possible for some people to ride their bikes during the winter months, while others must pack them away until the warmer weather returns. Step-by-step instructions, best practices and commonly asked questions to extend the life of your ebike battery, and your ebike investment!

Types (classes) of eBikes

Class 1

>20 MPH Pedal Assist  These are electric bikes that only offer pedal-assist propulsion and can go up to 20 mph. The motor only engages when you turn the pedals and disengages when you’re cruising.

Class 2

>20 MPH Throttle Assist  E-bikes that offer both pedal-assist and throttle propulsion belong to the Class 2 category. Engaging the throttle means the motor can propel you even when you’re not pedaling — like riding a scooter. Their top speed is also capped at 20 mph.

Class 3

>28 MPH Pedal Assist  Also known as “Speed Pedelec”, these e-bikes only offer assistance when you’re pedaling, but develop speeds of up to 28 mph. These are the fastest e-bikes around with up to 750W motors.