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Giant Trance E+ Pro Review

Giant Trance E+ Pro Review

With the Trance E+ Pro Giant have at last broken in to the high-performance electric mountain bike market. We look at the four models in this Giant Trance E+ Pro review.

Read Review | 7th November 2018

Giant Fathom E+ Review

Giant Fathom E+ Review

The new 2019 Giant Fathom-E+ is a hardtail E Mountain bike that takes the reliable and simple fun of a hardtail and pairs it to a powerful custom tuned motor from Yamaha.

Read Review | 26th November 2018

Giant Stance E+ Pro Review

Giant Stance E+ Pro 

The Stance E+ is the new entry level full suspension e bike that offers the same great value as its non-powered MTB cousin. In this Review we look at both models. 

Read Review  | 9th November 2018

Orbea Gain Range Review

Orbea Gain

An electric bike that is designed to enhance your ride rather than dominate it, the Orbea Gain is for those who want the feel of a regular bike.

Read Review | 23rd October 2018

Mondraker Crafty+ 2019 Review

Mondraker Crafty+ 2019 

The Mondraker Crafty Plus has evolved from its trail bike roots and is now a dedicated electric mountain bike for effortless all mountain riding.

Read Review | 5th Sept 2018

Cube Stereo Hybrid 2019 Range Review

Cube Stereo Hybrid 160 

Part of the new breed of long travel E-Bikes with modern Enduro geometry, these bikes are made to be incredibly capable at descending while climbing with ease.

Read Review | 19th July 2018

Specialized Turbo Kenevo 2018 Range Review

Specialized Turbo Kenevo 2018

If the Turbo Levo is a Stumpjumper with a motor, then the Turbo Kenevo is an Enduro with a built-in uplift.

Read Review | 15th May 2018

Merida EOne Twenty

Merida EOne Twenty 2018

With its lightweight Shimano Steps motor offering a powerful boost to your natural pedalling power, the Merida eOne Twenty is an electric mtb that will encourage you.

Read Review | 15th Mar 2018

Merida EOne Sixty

Merida EOne Sixty 2018

A properly capable and fun electric mountain bike, the Merida eOne Sixty is built to take on the most challenging descents, but also be easily ridden to the top of the climb. It’s an electric mountain bike that has geometry taken from enduro bikes, including a slack head angle, long reach and low bottom bracket.

Read Review | 6th Mar 2018

Specialized Turbo Vado e-bike

Specialized Turbo Vado 2018

The Specialized Turbo Vado is a stylish, yet practical electric bike that offers a powerful boost to your natural pedalling power.

Available in both men’s and women’s specific models, the Turbo Vado ebike range we review here is built for practical urban cycling.

Read Review | 22nd Dec 2017

Raleigh Array electric urban bike

Raleigh Array

To the casual observer, the Array is a perfectly normal hybrid bike that is well equipped to cope with every day commuting and leisurely rides. Look closer, and you’ll find a bike that can totally transform how you ride for the better, as you’ll be eager to spend more time in the saddle purely for the enjoyment of it.

Read Review | 28th August 2017

Cannondale Moterra 2017 range

Cannondale Moterra

Cannondale now have the Moterra electric mountain bike to add to their list of accolades, and while not the best looking bike they've ever made, there's a profound method to their madness.

Read Review | 19th May 2017

Cube Reaction Hybrid 2017 range

Cube Reaction Hybrid

Combining Bosch electric power with a tried and tested hardtail cross-country platform, the Cube Reaction Hybrid, reviewed here, is an electric mountain bike that will enable you to ride more XC trails with less effort.

Read Review | 3rd May 2017

Cube Stereo Hybrid e-bike

Cube Stereo Hybrid

Boost your natural pedalling power so you can ride more trails with less effort. Each model features a high-performance Bosch CX motor with a high capacity lithium-ion battery.

Read Review | 25th April 2017

Giant Road-E+ 2017 range

Giant Road-E+

An electrically assisted road bike, the Giant Road-E+ is designed to get you up to speed quickly. With a motor situated in the middle of the bike and a battery that sits along the downtube, it propels you up to speed faster than a regular bike, without hampering handling performance. 

Read Review | 22nd March 2017