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Electric Bike Motor Power

Discover our extensive collection of Electric Bikes categorized by Motor Power, catering to every rider's preference and performance needs. Whether you prefer the efficiency of a 250W motor for urban commuting, the robust power of a 1500W motor for off-road adventures, or the versatility of dual motors and mid-drive options, we have a wide range of e-bikes to choose from. Explore our selection and find the perfect electric bike with the ideal motor power to enhance your riding experience.

Motor Type Characteristics Applications
Hub Motor Mounted in the hub of the wheel
Direct drive (less maintenance) or geared (more torque)
Simple installation
Commuting, leisure riding, flat terrain
Mid-Drive Motor Mounted at the bike's bottom bracket
Utilizes bike's gears for efficient power distribution
Better balance and handling
Off-road riding, hilly terrain, longer distances
Friction Drive Motor Driven by friction against the tire
Lightweight and portable
Easy to retrofit
Folding bikes, lightweight electric bikes
All-in-One Motor Integrated with the bike frame
Often lighter and more aesthetically pleasing
Quieter operation
City commuting, stylish electric bikes

 

Motor Power Pros Cons Characteristics
250W Motor Lightweight and compact
Energy efficient
Legal in most areas
Cheaper
Limited power, not suitable for steep hills
Lower top speed
Slower acceleration
Limited speed
Typically reaches speeds of 15-20 mph
Best for flat terrains and urban commuting
Often used in pedal-assist e-bikes
Quiet operation
350W Motor Slightly more powerful than 250W
Better hill climbing
Good balance between power and efficiency
Affordable
Decent acceleration
Slightly heavier than 250W commuting
Still limited power for very steep hills
Still limited speed
Slightly heavier than 250W
Suitable for mild hills and urban
Common in both pedal-assist and throttle e-bikes
Slightly higher top speed than 250W
Reaches speeds up to 20-25 mph
Suitable for moderate hills and longer commutes
500W Motor Good balance of power and efficiency
Better performance on hills
More powerful, better for moderate hills
Faster acceleration and higher top speed
Versatile for various terrains
Increased weight
May not be legal in all areas
Heavier and larger than 250W and 350W
Less energy efficient
More expensive
Reaches speeds up to 25-28 mph
Great for mixed terrain and moderate off-road use
Suitable for moderate hills and longer commutes
Better performance with heavier loads
Common in both commuter and recreational e-bikes
750W Motor High power, excellent hill climbing
Very fast acceleration and high top speed
Excellent performance with heavy loads
High power
Heavier, bulkier, and higher energy consumption
Reduced range due to higher power consumption
More expensive than lower wattage motors
May require a license
Ideal for rugged terrain and off-road adventures
Often used in high-performance e-bikes
Requires more robust frame and components
Reaches speeds up to 28-30 mph
1000W Motor High power output
Powerful for steep hills and heavy loads
Suitable for long-distance commuting
High top speed and fast acceleration
Handles rough terrain well
Heavier than lower power options
May require specific regulations or licensing
Heavy and bulky
Higher power consumption
More expensive than lower wattage motors
May require special permits in some areas
Reaches speeds up to 28-30 mph
Suitable for challenging terrain and off-road use
High torque for climbing steep inclines
Suitable for off-road and mountain biking
Requires robust frame and components
Common in high-performance e-bikes
1500W Motor Very high power
Extremely powerful, handles steepest hills
Highest top speed and acceleration
Excellent for heavy loads and high-speed rides
Very heavy
High energy consumption
Not legal in most areas
Very heavy and large
Significantly reduced range
Much more expensive
Reaches speeds over 30 mph
Best for extreme off-road and high-performance needs
Requires very robust and durable bike frame
May require special permits/regulations in some areas
Electric Bike Motor Power
Comparison of Different Motor Types
Motor Type Characteristics Applications
Hub Motor Mounted in the hub of the wheel;
Direct drive (less maintenance) or geared (more torque);
Simple installation.
Commuting;
leisure riding;
flat terrain.
Mid-Drive Motor Mounted at the bike's bottom bracket;
Utilizes bike's gears for efficient power distribution;
Better balance and handling.
Off-road riding;
hilly terrain;
longer distances.
Friction Drive Motor Driven by friction against the tire;
Lightweight and portable;
Easy to retrofit;
Folding bikes;
lightweight electric bikes.
All-in-One Motor Integrated with the bike frame;
Often lighter and more aesthetically pleasing;
Quieter operation.
City commuting;
Stylish electric bikes.
Pros and Cons of Different Motor Types
Motor Type Pros Cons Characteristics
250W Motor Lightweight and compact;
Energy efficient;
Legal in most areas;
Cheaper
Limited power. not suitable for steep hills;
Lower top speed;
Slower acceleration;
Limited speed
Typically reaches speeds of 15-20 mph;
Best for flat terrains and urban commuting;
Often used in pedal-assist e-bikes;
Quiet operation
350W Motor Slightly more powerful than 250W;
Better hill climbing;
Good balance between power and efficiency;
Affordable;
Decent acceleration
Slightly heavier than 250W commuting;
Still limited power for very steep hills;
Still limited speed;
Slightly heavier than 250W
Suitable for mild hills and urban;
Common in both pedal-assist and throttle e-bikes;
Slightly higher top speed than 250W;
Reaches speeds up to 20-25 mph;
Suitable for moderate hills and longer commutes
500W Motor Good balance of power and efficiency;
Better performance on hills;
More powerful & better for moderate hills;
Faster acceleration and higher top speed;
Versatile for various terrains
Increased weight;
May not be legal in all areas;
Heavier and larger than 250W and 350W;
Less energy efficient;
More expensive
Reaches speeds up to 25-28 mph;
Great for mixed terrain and moderate off-road use;
Suitable for moderate hills and longer commutes;
Better performance with heavier loads;
Common in both commuter and recreational e-bikes
750W Motor High power;
excellent hill climbing;
Very fast acceleration and high top speed;
Excellent performance with heavy loads;
High power
Heavier bulkier and higher energy consumption;
Reduced range due to higher power consumption;
More expensive than lower wattage motors;
May require a license
Ideal for rugged terrain and off-road adventures;
Often used in high-performance e-bikes;
Requires more robust frame and components;
Reaches speeds up to 28-30 mph
1000W Motor High power output;
Powerful for steep hills and heavy loads;
Suitable for long-distance commuting;
High top speed and fast acceleration;
Handles rough terrain well
Heavier than lower power options;
May require specific regulations or licensing;
Heavy and bulky;
Higher power consumption;
More expensive than lower wattage motors;
May require special permits in some areas
Reaches speeds up to 28-30 mph;
Suitable for challenging terrain and off-road use;
High torque for climbing steep inclines;
Suitable for off-road and mountain biking;
Requires robust frame and components;
Common in high-performance e-bikes
1500W Motor Very high power;
Extremely powerful;
handles steepest hills;
Highest top speed and acceleration;
Excellent for heavy loads and high-speed rides
Very heavy;
High energy consumption;
Not legal in most areas;
Very heavy and large;
Significantly reduced range;
Much more expensive
Reaches speeds over 30 mph;
Best for extreme off-road and high-performance needs;
Requires very robust and durable bike frame;
May require special permits/regulations in some areas
Motor Powers
250W Motor eBikes
350W Motor eBikes
500W Motor eBikes
750W Motor eBikes
1000W Motor eBikes
1500W Motor eBikes
Mid-Drive eBikes
Double-Driver eBike & Scooters
eBike Types
City eBikes
Mountain eBikes
Folding eBikes
Dirt eBikes
Step-thru eBikes
Fat Tire eBikes
Trekking eBikes
eBikes By Price
Under 500€
400€-600€
600€-800€
800€-1000€
under 1000€
1000€-1200€
1200€-1500€
1500€-1800€
Above 1800€
Under 2000€
eBikes Tire Sizes
14 inch
16 inch
20 inch
26 inch
27.5 inch
29 inch
DUOTTS S26 Electric Bike 26'' Tires Dual 750W Motors 48V 20Ah Samsung Battery
DUOTTS S26 Electric Bike 26'' Tires Dual 750W Motors 48V 20Ah Samsung Battery
€1,269.00
Touroll J1 ST Electric Trekking Bike 27.5" 250W Motor 36V 15.6Ah Battery
Touroll J1 ST Electric Trekking Bike 27.5" 250W Motor 36V 15.6Ah Battery
€799.00
Eleglide M2 Electric Mountain Bike 250W Motor 36V 15Ah Battery
Eleglide M2 Electric Mountain Bike 250W Motor 36V 15Ah Battery
€799.00
Halo Knight H02 Electric Mountain Bike 29'' Tires 750W Motor 48V 16Ah Battery
Halo Knight H02 Electric Mountain Bike 29'' Tires 750W Motor 48V 16Ah Battery
€899.00
ENGWE EP-2 Pro Electric Mountain Bike 20" Fat Tires 750W 48V 13Ah Battery
ENGWE EP-2 Pro Electric Mountain Bike 20" Fat Tires 750W 48V 13Ah Battery
€829.00
ENGWE M20 Electric Mountain Bike 20" Off-Road Fat Tires 750W Motor
ENGWE M20 Electric Mountain Bike 20" Off-Road Fat Tires 750W Motor
€919.00
ENGWE X24 Electric Mountain Bike 24" Off-Road Fat Tires 1000W Motor
ENGWE X24 Electric Mountain Bike 24" Off-Road Fat Tires 1000W Motor
€1,399.00
ONESPORT OT16-2 Electric Bike 20" Tires 250W Motor 48V 15.6Ah Battery
ONESPORT OT16-2 Electric Bike 20" Tires 250W Motor 48V 15.6Ah Battery
€789.00
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Discover our extensive collection of Electric Bikes categorized by Motor Power, catering to every rider's preference and performance needs. Whether you prefer the efficiency of a 250W motor for urban commuting, the robust power of a 1500W motor for off-road adventures, or the versatility of dual motors and mid-drive options, we have a wide range of e-bikes to choose from. Explore our selection and find the perfect electric bike with the ideal motor power to enhance your riding experience.

Motor Type Characteristics Applications
Hub Motor Mounted in the hub of the wheel
Direct drive (less maintenance) or geared (more torque)
Simple installation
Commuting, leisure riding, flat terrain
Mid-Drive Motor Mounted at the bike's bottom bracket
Utilizes bike's gears for efficient power distribution
Better balance and handling
Off-road riding, hilly terrain, longer distances
Friction Drive Motor Driven by friction against the tire
Lightweight and portable
Easy to retrofit
Folding bikes, lightweight electric bikes
All-in-One Motor Integrated with the bike frame
Often lighter and more aesthetically pleasing
Quieter operation
City commuting, stylish electric bikes

 

Motor Power Pros Cons Characteristics
250W Motor Lightweight and compact
Energy efficient
Legal in most areas
Cheaper
Limited power, not suitable for steep hills
Lower top speed
Slower acceleration
Limited speed
Typically reaches speeds of 15-20 mph
Best for flat terrains and urban commuting
Often used in pedal-assist e-bikes
Quiet operation
350W Motor Slightly more powerful than 250W
Better hill climbing
Good balance between power and efficiency
Affordable
Decent acceleration
Slightly heavier than 250W commuting
Still limited power for very steep hills
Still limited speed
Slightly heavier than 250W
Suitable for mild hills and urban
Common in both pedal-assist and throttle e-bikes
Slightly higher top speed than 250W
Reaches speeds up to 20-25 mph
Suitable for moderate hills and longer commutes
500W Motor Good balance of power and efficiency
Better performance on hills
More powerful, better for moderate hills
Faster acceleration and higher top speed
Versatile for various terrains
Increased weight
May not be legal in all areas
Heavier and larger than 250W and 350W
Less energy efficient
More expensive
Reaches speeds up to 25-28 mph
Great for mixed terrain and moderate off-road use
Suitable for moderate hills and longer commutes
Better performance with heavier loads
Common in both commuter and recreational e-bikes
750W Motor High power, excellent hill climbing
Very fast acceleration and high top speed
Excellent performance with heavy loads
High power
Heavier, bulkier, and higher energy consumption
Reduced range due to higher power consumption
More expensive than lower wattage motors
May require a license
Ideal for rugged terrain and off-road adventures
Often used in high-performance e-bikes
Requires more robust frame and components
Reaches speeds up to 28-30 mph
1000W Motor High power output
Powerful for steep hills and heavy loads
Suitable for long-distance commuting
High top speed and fast acceleration
Handles rough terrain well
Heavier than lower power options
May require specific regulations or licensing
Heavy and bulky
Higher power consumption
More expensive than lower wattage motors
May require special permits in some areas
Reaches speeds up to 28-30 mph
Suitable for challenging terrain and off-road use
High torque for climbing steep inclines
Suitable for off-road and mountain biking
Requires robust frame and components
Common in high-performance e-bikes
1500W Motor Very high power
Extremely powerful, handles steepest hills
Highest top speed and acceleration
Excellent for heavy loads and high-speed rides
Very heavy
High energy consumption
Not legal in most areas
Very heavy and large
Significantly reduced range
Much more expensive
Reaches speeds over 30 mph
Best for extreme off-road and high-performance needs
Requires very robust and durable bike frame
May require special permits/regulations in some areas

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