Switching to an electric bike can greatly extend your riding distance and speed.
Electric bikes can cost less than $2,000 if you know how to find them.
Electric bikes are classified into three classes based on speed and throttle capabilities.
Class 1 e-bikes are rare and limited, Class 2 e-bikes are recommended for trails, and Class 3 e-bikes are preferred by commuters and dedicated cyclists.
E-bike motors can produce up to 1 horsepower or 750 watts, with larger motors providing more torque.
Most e-bikes in the sub-$2,000 price range have rear hub-drive motors, while more expensive bikes may have mid-drive motors for better performance.
E-bike batteries can be integrated into the frame or mounted externally, with larger batteries providing greater range.
E-bike frames are typically made of lightweight aluminum and come in straight-bar or step-through styles, each offering different features.
E-bike components can vary in quality, but most bikes in the sub-$2,000 range have value-oriented components.
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