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Best Electric Bikes of 2023

With the need to find sustainable forms of transportation on the rise, people are looking increasingly at electric bikes to get around daily. They can get you to work and around town with ease and help you get exercise at the same time. 

The question isn’t whether you should ride an electric bike but which one is right for you. There are some clear market favorites to consider as we transition into a new year. So what are the best electric cruiser bikes for 2023? Here are our top picks. 

4. Aventon Level 2


Pros:

  • Front suspension fork
  • 750W/500W motor
  • 48V battery
  • 60 miles on one charge
  • 28 mph
  • Five riding levels
  • Two sizes

Cons:

  • This bike has some nice extras, but they add weight to the frame


If you want something a little more rugged, Aventon makes the Level 2 electric bike in two sizes. It offers a front suspension that will help keep you stable as your ride over rough terrain. It comes with a fully integrated battery and integrated lights for easy recognition even off-road.


The motor is made for more extended travel. Aventon offers a 750W motor at peak and 500W sustained in the rear hub. That will let you travel up to 60 miles on one charge. The removable 48V battery means you can stop to rest and charge up, then hit the road again.


The Reviews:

"It took about 4.5 weeks to get it in, but now that I've ridden it for over 100 miles, I'm very happy with the ride."


5. Prodigy ST

Pros:

  • Mid-drive Brose TF-Spinter motor
  • 36V battery
  • 30 to 50 miles per charge
  • 28 mph on pedal-assist
  • Lightweight alloy frame

Cons:

  • It costs more than the other bikes
  • It comes in one size


So far, all the electric bikes on the list have a rear hub motor, meaning the motor is in the back tire hub. Ride1Up offers the Prodigy ST with a mid-hub motor. This puts the motor in the pedals instead. That might make it a better choice for someone with balance issues. The central motor helps to balance the frame.


Some people claim mid-drive motors also feel more natural. You tend to feel the motor come on in a rear-hub e-bike. The transition is smoother in the mid-drive motor because it controls the pedals, not the rear tire. Most other features of the bike are similar. It comes with three riding modes and gets 28mph on pedal-assist.


The Reviews:

"The Prodigy is simply a blast, so much fun, and speed!" I've been riding for a long time, but this is my first E-bike, and I'm in love with it.“


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