If you attended The Cycle Show at the weekend, you'll know that there was no shortage of e-bikes to have a nosey at! Above is a is gallery of what caught our eye, with some info on a few of our favourites below...
Ebco A300 Adventure
This hybrid certainly looks like it can stand up to the rigours of winter commutes and off-road forays, and is priced affordably at £1,495. it has a Bafang integrated motor system, a 6061 alloy frame and large volume Kenda tyres in a fetching tan wall colourway on this model.
Kinesis Rise hardtail e-mtb
This is the first e-bike from Kinesis, and comes with a Fazua motor system, 29er wheels and some pretty progressive geometry. Kinesis say you can get about 55km range and 1000m of climbing using a combination of the three power assist modes, and it weighs in at a respectable 18.865kg with the motor system attached - find out more about the bike in off.road.cc's first look.
Described as "the perfect e-bike for urban commuting", the brand new GXi borrows many of the high performance features of their GS model and combines it with their fast-folding tech. The GX is designed to be folded in 10 seconds or less, and has a built-in daytime running light, LED cockpit and electronic predictive shifting. Cable routing is all internal, you get hydraulic disc brakes and the battery is quickly removable. It's available to pre-order now, priced from £3,699.
O2 feel iSwan N8
Manufactured in France, this classy commuter features a Shimano STEPS E5000 motor paired with O2 Feel's own Powerpack battery in 432 or 540Wh sizes. Hydraulic disc brakes and Nexus 8-speed shifting should make for powerful stopping and smooth gear changes.
Ribble Endurance SL e
Ribble were showing of their Endurance SL e (rated highly by eBikeTips) in a funky new purple colourway. It's one of the lightest e-road bikes out there, tipping our scales at just 11.6kg when we had one in for review.
ISM Adamo e-bike saddle
ISM's Adamo range of pressure-relieving saddles are most commonly found on triathlon bikes, but they've now gone and made a saddle specifically for us e-bikers. The Adamo Island features ISM's trademark split-nose design, with a slightly wider and less aggressive construction that their tri and road-specific saddles.