E-bikes for commuting make a lot of sense. Skip the congestion, incorporate a train or a bus or just generally get to work faster and fresher.

 

City E-bikes are a broad category with lots of options depending on your preferred riding style. If you prefer an upright riding position check out Kalkhoff or Moustache, if you're after something sportier try the Specialized Vado SL, Otherwise a Riese & Muller might be the perfect bike for you.

Specialized Turbo Vado 3.0
Specialized
$4,800.00
$3,300.00
Specialized Turbo Vado SL 4.0 EQ
Specialized
$6,000.00
$4,900.00
Tern HSD S8i
Tern
$6,795.00
Tern Quick Haul D8
Tern
$4,195.00
Tern Quick Haul P9
Tern
$4,995.00
Riese & Muller Tinker2
Riese & Muller
$8,267.00
Homage
Riese & Muller
$14,437.00
$12,499.00
Nevo3
Riese & Muller
$9,757.00
$8,195.00
Nevo4
Riese & Muller
$9,849.00
Charger4
Riese & Muller
$9,167.00
Multitinker
Riese & Muller
$9,856.00
Packster 70
Riese & Muller
$15,356.00
$13,099.00
Benno eJoy
Benno
$5,495.00

Are E-Bikes good for commuting?

E-bikes are a great way to turn your slightly-too-long commute into something more manageable, or just to avoid the traffic and enjoy the wind in your face.

How far can I commute on an E-Bike?

E-Bikes typically have a range anywhere from 50 - 100km.

Can you ride an E-Bike without pedalling?

Unfortunately in Australia the type of E-Bikes that are sold are termed Pedal-elec which means they are pedal assist. This just means that you pedaling is the equivalent of an accelerator pedal in the car, the faster you pedal, the faster your E-bike will go!

How safe are E-Bikes for commuting?

E-Bikes are perfectly safe as they come with hydraulic disc brakes which give you the most powerful braking performance, this is important as E-bikes can be a lot heavier than a regular bike.

Come in and try an E-Bike today!