Top 5 Cheapest Electric Bikes You Can Buy


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Hey guys!. In this post, I’ll be discussing a list of Top 5 Cheapest Electric Bikes You Can Buy. Let me guess! Driving in a car around the city is too boring for you and you want to try something new. Have you thought of an electric bike? After all, who needs a car when you can easily tackle your trip to Madrid on your $300 ebike! Well.... Almost. In this post, we'll show you the top 5 Cheapest E-bikes You Can Buy. So let’s get started. 

5. Nakto Electric Cargo.

A bit girly design of the Nakto Electric Cargo Bike might discourage some men and engage girls that love adventure, but its price and statistic will surely make them reconsider. At just 599 dollars, this Dutch-style commuter vehicle has a suspension fork that makes riding light trails more comfortable. Especially with a 250 W rear geared hub motor that allows it to reach speeds of around 20 mph and packs a range of about 25-50 km. You even get a basket and front headlights. What else do you need for such a low price? Okay, okay, we've got something better on our sleeve. 

4. Swagtron EB5.

Ever had problems while taking your bike somewhere? Well, the Swagtron EB5 might just be the solution to all your problems. Or at least the ones with storing your e-bikes. When folded, it's almost half the size and weight of the competition's folding electric bikes, making it super-convenient for transport and storage. It comes with a 250 W rear hub motor that allows it to reach speeds of up to 15.5 mph with engine assistant on one pedal. So no worries about cramping quads. However, it rides a bit like a glorified electric scooter on which you can at least comfortably sit. Price? 500 dollars. 

3. Swagtron EB-1.

I bet Swagtron employees thought one of their e-bikes wasn't enough for their fans, so they came with another beast vehicle. Although baby beast is probably more accurate. The EB-1 is smaller than the Eb-5 and doesn't have the same range or the rider size, but don't take anything from it until you hear the whole story. Like its larger variant, this bike is also foldable and has the same 36 V batteries and 250 W motor that allows 12.5 mph and a range of 7.5 miles so, if you plan to go on a longer trip, you better keep some batteries on hand. Okay, okay, here come its pros. Despite its short range, the EB-1 has some fantastic features like an integrated headlight, disc brakes, a USB charging port, and a cool bell, all of which are missing in the EB-5. A perfect variant for the ones that can't reach the upper shelf costs around 480 dollars. 

2. Ancheer Mini Size 12 Inch.

We just proved that small isn't always bad, and the Ancheer Mini Size 12 Inch is just another example. This smart folding electric bike weighs around 25.5 pounds which, of course, includes a 36 V battery, quickly chargeable within 2-3 hours. Despite its fragile outlook, this bike can easily support up to 265 pounds which is pretty sick for an e-bike of that size. The unit also has a steady and solid foot support bar for added control and an intelligent wireless system compatible with both Android and iOS. Pfff, who needs a car when they can buy this for just 420 dollars....asked no one. 

1. Mini Swagtron Swagcycle

Ever. Man, do these guys love producing small, cheap e-bikes. It is probably a stretch to call Mini Swagtron Swagcycle a bicycle, but it is certainly a great way to shuttle around the city. This possibility comes in three variants; the basic variant has a range of around 9 miles with a top speed of approximately 10 mph, while the medium-range takes the capacity to 15 miles and adds in USB ports. Finally, the pro version for the daring ones comes with a more powerful motor which increases the speed to around 18 mph. All of these sound awesome, especially when you consider that price starts at 300 dollars and tops out at 400 when aiming for the Pro model. Though, the only thing I would definitely add to the Mini Swagtron Swagcycle is at least one more "swag" in its name. 

That is it from today’s post on Top 5 Cheapest Electric Bikes You Can Buy. If you do not agree with the points in the post and have some of your own opinions, share them with us in the comments section down below. 

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