Townie Go! 7D Step-Over
The Townie Go! 7D Step-Over brings the e-bike experience to the familiar fun of a beach cruiser at an easy to love price of $1,500. Powered by a Hydrive Rear Hub Motor, this bike features three levels of assist in an easy to ride package. A Hydrive LED Display lets you keep track of assist mode and battery level at a glance, so you can gauge whether you’re set for a quick trip to the store or a ride around town. And mechanical disc brakes provide confident stopping power. $1,500;

Gazelle Medeo T9 Classic
Ride in style with the Gazelle Medeo T9 Classic. Featuring a low step-through frame and front suspension, there’s plenty of comfort here. A 400Wh battery connected to a Bosch Active Line Plus motor provides up to 55 miles of range, perfect for big weekend trips or serious commutes. Or you can trade in a little bit of range for extra acceleration and speed in one of the four assist modes. And there’s plenty of torque under the hood for a smooth ride on flat and hilly terrain alike. From $1,999;

iGo Aspire Vendome
Designed in Canada, the iGo Aspire Vendome has you covered for trips up to 56 miles. A 9-speed drivetrain gives you plenty of options to spin up hills. And the iGo companion app lets you go beyond metrics like battery life to tune the bike to how you like to ride and even check potential system problems. And with full mudguards front and back, the bike is fully ready for year-round riding if you are (it was designed in Canada, after all). $1,999;

RadRunner 1
With a robust rear rack and several gear mounting options, the RadRunner 1 provides serious cargo options for hauling up to 300 pounds of payload. Between all the different accessories—from paniers to child seats—there are 330 accessory combinations for customizing your bike exactly to your tastes. A twist grip throttle delivers 750W of power from a hub based motor for up to 45 miles of range. And a motorcycle-style kickstand lets you easily park your bike, no leaning against a wall required. And did we mention it’s only $1,199? $1,199;

Batch The E-Bike
Succinctly called “The E-Bike,” this class 1 bike from Batch assists up to 20mph and offers some serious range—up to 80 miles—from a 400Wh battery. An alloy frame and parts help keep the total weight down below 50 pounds, helping contribute to the excellent range delivered by the 250W Bosch Active Line motor. With Fenders and a rear rack rounding out the package, the Batch E-Bike makes for a well-equipped commuter at $2,200. $2,200;

Trek Verve+ 2
With the Verve+ 2, a class 1 e-bike assisting up to 20mph, Trek offers plenty of comfort for your commute. Rather than smoothing out the ride with front suspension like on some bikes, Trek has included a suspension seat post, delivering comfort right at the seat. And wider 45c tires help further offer a smooth ride experience. In addition to features like a rack and fenders, lights come standard, offering an extra safe ride. And maybe the coolest feature is a Walk Assist on the controller, helping you walk your bike up steep ramps. $2,500;

With its motor integrated into the bottom bracket and its battery in the down tube, the Momentum VIDA E+ MID-STEP offers one of the sleeker e-bike packages out there, letting you cruise around the city in style. A 7-speed internal geared hub helps maintain a clean look in the rear, while a tubular chainguard painted to match the frame blends in beautifully, keeping your pants grease free. This $2,500 bike is available in two great colors: metallic green and metallic blue. $2,500;

Scott Sub Active eRIDE 30
The Scott Sub Active eRIDE 30 offers an attractive package for getting around town. A low step-through height on the downtube makes getting on this bike a breeze. For better control and comfort, an adjustable stem lets you put the handlebars exactly where you want them. Plus, a suspension fork provides extra comfort, and integrated front and rear lights offer high visibility. And for quick trips into the store, an integrated lock around the rear wheel lets you park the bike with its kickstand and easily secure it. $2,200;

Cannondale Canvas Neo 2
Cannondale’s Canvas Neo 2 is ready to tackle commutes through the city and relaxed bike- path leisure rides alike. Built around a Bosch Active Line Plus 250W bottom-bracket based motor, this bike will take you up to 60 miles on a single charge. It offers nine speeds, and an almost 1:1 granny gear, which means getting up steep hills is no problem. Plus, these high-volume tires are tubeless ready, meaning they can be set up with sealant to reduce flats. $2,999;

Specialized Turbo Como 3 650b
While most brands outsource their motors to a third party, Specialized makes its Turbo motors in house, meaning every bike and motor is designed to work seamlessly with one another. The Specialized 1.2 E motor in the Turbo Como 3 650b smartly reacts to how hard you are pedaling, providing just the right amount of power in every given situation. Plus the internal belt drive design provides a super smooth ride. And with a 460Wh battery, and a display that clearly shows speed, range and assist mode, you’ll never have to stress about range. $2,950;