#1 Specialized Turbo Creo SL$4,499.99100/100?
19 reasons to buy
- Test-riders say the Creo SL accelerates rapidly.
- SL stands for ‘superlight’. Reviewers can confirm.
4 reasons not to buy
- Turbo Creo SL price-points range from expensive to ‘outrageous’.
- Three testers mentioned that the Creo SL’s motor is noisy at speed.
#2 Ride1Up Roadster v2$1,055.0097/100?
16 reasons to buy
- At 33 lb, reviewers praise the Roadster’s light weight.
- The Roadster’s single-speed drivetrain is simple and low-maintenance.
6 reasons not to buy
- Ride1Up confirms the Roadster’s battery is not designed for “frequent removal”.
- Reviewers say the Roadster’s LCD display can be difficult to read in direct sunlight.
#3 Urtopia Carbon 1$2,199.0093/100?
15 reasons to buy
- The Carbon 1 e-bike unlocks via fingerprint scan.
- The Carbon 1’s battery charges to full in 3 hours.
9 reasons not to buy
- Single-speed gearing is limiting.
- Some testers say the dot-matrix display is overly simplistic.
#4 Bianchi Aria E-Road$5,800.0080/100?
12 reasons to buy
- The bike has a sleek polished appearance.
- The Aria E-Road is lightweight for an e-bike. It weighs just 26.6 lbs.
3 reasons not to buy
- The Bianchi Aria E-Road is expensive.
- Test riders found the bike was not the most efficient when climbing out of the saddle.
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- Based on reviews from 29 experts and 81 users
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- Updated September 2023