Find out what are the best electric bikes under 1500 dollars and best mountain electric bikes under 1500 2020.
Electric mountain bikes are becoming increasingly popular and not just for climbing those steep trails. Commuting on e-MTBs has been the norm in Europe for a while so expect to see more on our cities’ roads in the years ahead.
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Best Electric Bikes Under 1500
Here is one of the best electric bike under $1500, which you can buy in 2020.
Merida eOne-Twenty 500 Review
Like a couple of bikes already mentioned on this list the eOne-Twenty 500 from Merida is a great e-MTB for beginners.
Coming in at a wallet-friendly $4,999 (99 Bikes) this latest offering from the German brand features a lighter weight (23.5 kg), designed to appeal to those dabbling in the electronic department for the first time.
Powered by a Shimano E7000 drive unit and battery, the 500 also boasts pedal assist, resulting in the battery kicking in only when you pedal, saving energy and ensuring you have maximum control.
The Suntour XCR Fork provides 130mm of travel (120mm rear) and the Maxxis tyres are designed to handle whatever terrain you decide to shred. The 500 also has short chainstays and this combined with a short stem and wide handlebars gives the rider extra control.
All in all this is a great bike for those new to the ‘e-game’, a good deal of control as well as light frame all combining to make your first e-MTB experience a good one. You can find even lower price ebikes in the market.
Always wear a helmet while riding the bicycle, to make sure head is safe from any severe injury.
Best Mountain Electric Bikes Under 1500
Specialized Turbo Kenevo 2020 Review
Whereas the eOne-Twenty 500 is a more lightweight option, the Turbo Kenevo from Specialized is a beast. The 2020 version has been redesigned to handle descents better, a criticism of the 2019 rig.
One of the drawbacks to e-MTBs is the inevitable extra weight and despite the Kenevo dropping some weight for the 2020 model it’s not a light bike.
That being said, it shouldn’t really try to be. The top of the range Kenevo Expert has 180mm of RockShox suspension as well as a 700-watt battery to give it a lot of wriggle room.
It’s also designed to handle the roughest terrain possible and boasts an increased rearward axle path to ensure big rocks aren’t a problem.
The Expert’s price of $11,400 is sure to make some eyes water but there is another model in the Turbo Kenevo Comp for a more realistic $8,800. If you’re wanting to push yourself, then the Turbo Kenevo is the ultimate e-MTB for you. Best Electric Bikes Under $1000
You can use truck bed extenders to carry your electric bicycles during your out door activities.