Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34 Page 35 Page 36RALEIGH DETOUR IE STEP THROUGH Decked out in Shimano components, the Raleigh Detour iE Step Through tops out at 20 mph with its, you guessed it, Shimano STePS motor. The Detour’s battery is nested inside the rear rack, which doubles for lugging cargo. It also comes with disc brakes. $2,229 TERN ELEKTRON The foldable Tern Elektron gives you all the power and convenience of an e-bike in an easily packable frame. The Elektron can fold down in seconds, small enough to fit under a desk, in an apartment or even the trunk of a car. Available Spring 2017 TREK XM700+ With a max speed of 28 mph, the Trek XM700+ is one of the fastest available on the market. To compensate, the bike boasts “high-speed” safety features such as disc brakes, a built-in headlight and an ultra stable front suspension fork. A helmet is also a good idea. $3,499 RAD POWER BIKES RADCITY This electric commuter bike from a Ballard company lets you get around Seattle like never before! Featuring a powerful 750w motor and large 48v battery, you’ll power over hills with ease, and with the stock rear rack, fenders, and front suspension, you’ll do it with style and comfort. $1,499 IZIP E3 VIBE PLUS Accessibility defines the IZIP E3 VIBE Plus, which features an ultra low step-through design with a Currie Electro Drive motor. Maximum speed on the IZIP is 20 mph, and offers a slightly more attractive price point. $2,099 YUBA EL BODA BODA V3 This super stylish electric commuter comes standard with a big rear rack perfect for packing on whatever you need. The step-through design makes it easier to mount with added weight, and, despite the cargo capacity, this bike weighs about as much as other electric bikes. Bike $3,299, Battery only $2,229 BikeLife Boulder | 3 WHAT ON EARTH is an “Aftermarket” Bolt-on Kit? Virtually any bike can become an E-bike when installed with an aftermarket bolt-on kit. If you’re comfortable wielding a wrench and have access to the specialized tools needed to convert your bike, these DIY kits can be tailored to suit your riding style and often are more powerful than the motors that come on pre-built bikes. Plus, many kits are less expensive than pre-builts. Check-out Lectric Cycles and BionX to get a sense of what’s available from the bolt-on market. E-Bikes f2016 SEATTLE NAT SWFIN.indd 3 11/29/16 5:11 PM