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eZee Bike Electric Bicycles – Ride a Winner!

8 December 2009 22,068 views 6 Comments
eZee Bike electric bicycles - (Courtesy of Scooter Underground)

Top Quality eZee bikes - Consistently Top-Rated

eZee bike electric bicycles are one of those products  that stand out in a crowded market. When Scooter Underground was looking for a quality line of electric bicycles, the search was exhaustive. There are hundreds of brands of electric bikes, most of them from China, most of them junk.

However, one name stood out during our research — eZeebike. All around the world, wherever electric bikes were being put to the test or entered into competitions, eZeebike consistently ranked at at the top of the heap.

eZee managed to assemble a product that is ideally suited to “North American sized” riders in varying  terrain conditions.

There are a lot of electric bikes that seem to work okay carrying a 110 pound rider on flat terrain in warm, dry weather. What we wanted for our conditions were bikes that could carry a 200 pound rider, up hills, in crappy, rainy, cold, weather – that is our “real world”.

eZee has managed to put together a fantastic blend of a great motor, controller, battery, frame, and traditional bicycle components (mostly Shimano), and put them all on a quality frame.

Top speeds of most models of eZee bikes is limited to 32 km/hr which is a Canadian regulatory requirement for electric bicycles. A full battery charge is good for about 40 km but this varies according to the size of rider, load, terrain, temperature, and how much work you want to do by pedalling vs. using the motor.

An electric bike is a fantastic commuting solution and opens up cycling to many people who might never have considered biking to work.

eZee bikes retail from approx. $1,500 – $2,500 CDN

www.ezeebike.ca

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6 Comments »

  • Hochmann, Dr. said:

    Good morning

    How can I get you bykes in Israel ?

    Best Regards

    Yehuda Hochmann, PhD.

  • mstevulak said:

    I would try contacting the folks at http://www.ezeebike.com (the parent company) to find out if they have a distributor in Israel yet.

  • mstevulak said:

    Contact the manufacturer through http://www.ezeebike.com
    We can tell you that the people at eZee Bike have been wonderful to deal with based on our Canadian experience. Much of the research and product development input stems from Canada so their bikes are very good with a wide variety of riders, terrain, and climatic conditions.

  • Uri said:

    I bought my kit in Israel through http://www.ezeebike.co.il/
    They are professional and I was very happy to deal with them.
    Their phone is 0547631621
    Their e-mail is: office@ezeebike.co.il

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