What Size Ebike Do I Need When Purchasing a New Ebike?

 

 

Ebike is beautiful, but it needs to be evaluated appropriately. One of the most important considerations when purchasing a new ebike is finding the proper size. Before walking into the local bike shop, you must evaluate your body type and riding habits. The following list will help you determine what size ebike fits best for you.

1, Your Height

Choose an ebike that suits your height. The best way is to go to the store to try riding an ebike and choose an ebike that suits you. If you have several brands to choose from, you can first go online to find out whether each ebike brand has a range suitable for your height and whether the configuration of this ebike meets your requirements. Some ebike brands are suitable for tall people, and some are suitable for short stature.

2, Your Weight

Your height and weight are other critical factors in finding the best ebike. The average woman weighs about 130 pounds, and the average man weighs around 170 pounds. To determine your approximate body weight, stand on a scale. Due to the material of the ebike frame and the size of the tires, the load of the ebike is determined. Generally, online stores will have a bulletin board with the appropriate height and weight. The brand website will also mark the load range at the bottom of the product page of each ebike. If the ebike you choose is not marked tag, you can contact the staff for relevant data. You weigh yourself first at home, go to an ebike shop or website to choose an ebike you like, and ask the staff about the load and other data. If this is your first ebike, let the shop staff help you determine the correct size. If you are still deciding what size you need, remember that normal tire ebikes tend to be slim yet durable, while fat tire ebikes are more robust but heavier.

3, Your Riding Habits and Scenes

If you need an ebike to help you commute, and you need a comfortable riding experience, the design of the step-thru ebike is very inclusive. It is suitable for commuting, it is also very ideal for beginners to learn to ride when traveling or on outings. Install relevant accessories to store certain items. Like a road ebike, it is designed for the pursuit of speed. The rider's body shape is like an assembly line, which minimizes wind resistance and enhances speed. There are also fat-tire electric bicycles because on the basis of ebikes, ordinary-size tires are replaced with fat tires, which are more shock-absorbing, and the battery can provide specific assistance in riding or use a motor to ride so that easy riding can be achieved. If you lean toward either of these, it's essential to find an ebike that fits the way you ride, or else you will be uncomfortable and lead to injury.

4, Your Price Range

Though investing in a higher-priced ebike can be tempting, it's important to remember that most ebike are made from the same materials with only minor variations in size and style. If you're on a budget, look for ebikes in your price range that fit your body type and riding habits. 

5, Frame Material

The market is roughly divided into several materials: steel, aluminum alloy, carbon fiber, and titanium steel. The steel frame has good elasticity, good shock absorption on the road surface, and is comfortable to ride but relatively heavy. This material is not very popular now. The frame of aluminum alloy is relatively light. Due to the progress of technology, good factories can make different thicknesses in different parts of the frame, and aluminum alloy is more rust-proof. The advantage of carbon fiber is that it is light, more malleable, and can be better shaped into a more aerodynamic shape, but the disadvantage is that it is not resistant to sun exposure. It needs loving care. Titanium steel has high hardness and is lightweight, which is good in many aspects, but the price is high.

6, Seat Height

What size ebike do I need? The seat height is measured from the ground to the lowest point of your hip. The different seat heights mean that you can ride with an extra level of comfort. Begin by finding an ebike with a relaxed riding position. Generally, this means that the handlebars are high and the saddle is low, though you may find some ebikes with upright handlebars and another type of saddle. You can choose from casual to racing styles, which can be complete or hardtails.

Conclusion

After learning more information before buying now, I believe you can choose your favorite ebike. Now some brands also offer installment payments, which greatly reduces the pressure of paying the full amount at one time. Finally, I hope that everyone can have their own favorite ebikes.


1 comment


  • Eric Coleman

    Hey guys have you ever wanted something! but could’nt aford it!
    something i could really use not having a car.I guess i have to save some money
    to be able to get one,hopefully by the summer time.Anyway the pony step thru
    is one bad as- design and style.I have looked at all other small ebikes the pony is the king of all of them gooooo pony.


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.