The Charged Up show tent at Crystal Springs Resort
The Surly Pugsley fatbike is quite an attention-getter in its own right ...
... but this one also features a BionX hub motor and battery pack
The M1 Sedan single-speed bike
It features a water bottle-style battery ...
... a rear hub motor ...
... and all-carbon fiber construction
The US$2,200 iZip E3 Path +
It has a 500-watt rear hub motor and a 48-volt lithium-ion battery pack ...
... a real-time range indicator, that shows you how much farther the battery will take you at the current rate of electrical assistance ...
... and cruise control (when in throttle mode)
The $4,000 eFlow E3 Nitro
Its 36-volt lithium-ion battery is housed in the seat tube, for improved weight distribution
It has a 500-watt direct drive hub motor ...
... a suspension fork ...
... and a removable console
Haibike rep Christina Puello, hoisting the company's $7,800 XDuro AMT Pro mountain bike
It features a 36-volt lithium-ion battery ...
... and a 250-watt midmount Bosch motor
At 32 lb (14.5 kg), the $4,999 ProdecoTech Titanio 29er is claimed to be the world's lightest e-bike
It has a removable 33-volt Panasonic water bottle-style battery ...
... and a 250-watt front hub motor that delivers power based on feedback from a crank-mounted sensor
An eBikeShare bike, from Pete's Electric Bikes
It charges via the front hub
The $2,199 ProdecoTech Outlaw SS has a top speed of 28 mph (45 km/h)
Its 750-watt motor runs in throttle mode only, there's no pedal-assist option
The $2,400 iZip E3 Zuma
It has a 500-watt geared hub motor ...
... and a seat tube-located 36-volt lithium-ion battery
The Zuma's control console
The $2,899 Yuba elBoda Boda cargo bike
The spring running between the fork and down tube keeps the front wheel from flopping to the side when the bike is parked
The $7,995 M1 Erzberg mountain bike
It comes with two water bottle-style Panasonic batteries ...
... and its motorized rear wheel can be quickly swapped out for a regular wheel, turning it into a non-electric bike within seconds
The $2,900 iZip E3 Twn:exp may look small, but it fits even relatively tall riders
The $6,595 M1 Secede breaks in half for easier transport and storage
The $3,199 Yuba elMundo cargo bike is designed for carrying passengers
Checking out e-bikes at the show
A few of the bikes that were featured at Charged Up
As many readers are no doubt already aware, last Thursday we attended the Charged Up e-bike media event at the Crystal Springs Resort in northern New Jersey. The day was mainly a chance for a select group of journalists to chat with representatives from a number of electric bike companies, and to ride some of their bikes around the resort grounds. While we've already profiled a few of the stand-outs, here's a quick look at some of the other e-bikes that caught our eye.
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