Top 5 electric cruiser bikes that we’ve tested for summer 2020

Is there something extra enjoyable than kicking again on an electrical cruiser bike, having fun with the large saddle, vast bars, and cozy upright seating place?

If there’s then I don’t wish to hear about it, as a result of immediately we’re all about cruisers! We’ve examined loads of them this 12 months, and beneath you’ll discover our high 5 favorites that we’ve ridden and would suggest for summer season 2020 e-biking enjoyable!

That is a part of a Prime 5 e-bikes for summer season 2020 sequence that we’re presently operating to assist introduce our readers to some nice e-bikes for hitting the highway or path this summer season.

We’ve already coated a number of classes, however make sure you stick round over the following few days to see our decisions for the next classes of electrical bikes:

And make sure you try our video beneath that showcases the entire electrical cruiser bikes on this record in motion.

Electra Townie Go! 7D

First up on the record is the Townie Go! 7D, from Electra.

Certain, Electra has quite a lot of nice cruiser e-bikes with a variety of specs, and the Townie Go! 7D is on the decrease finish of their mannequin line at just $1,499. However that’s truly a bonus to me.

Despite the fact that you may go together with one among their nicer mid-drive fashions, if you happen to’re proud of the hub motor bike then the Townie Go! 7D will get you rolling on Electra’s superior cruiser body with out the extra expense of a fancy Bosch mid-drive.

The motor is a lot, the trip is good, however from afar it seems just like the battery is a bummer right here at simply 309 Wh. Nevertheless, since this can be a Class 1 pedal help e-bike with out a throttle, the vary is definitely nonetheless actually good at round 25-50 miles (40-80 km), so long as you don’t get lazy and use essentially the most highly effective pedal help stage on a regular basis.

As a Class 1 e-bike, the Townie Go! 7D will get as much as 20 mph (32 km/h), which is a lot quick for a cruiser bike. Most of these e-bikes are all about being low and sluggish anyhow – you’re driving a cruiser for the expertise, to not get to work shortly – so 20 mph is a lot.

And it’s not the velocity that attracts me to those bikes, however quite it’s the expertise that I like a lot concerning the Townie Go! 7D. It’s only a smooth-riding, snug electrical cruiser bike that appears nearly as good because it feels. It’s additionally one of many few e-bikes that is available in a extremely big selection of colours, although I hope you want pastels as a result of that’s just about all you get – a variety of pastels.