Swagtron Debuts Three New E-Bikes Perfect for Commuters and Kids

Swagtron, the leader in electronic rideables, has expanded their cycling line to include two folding electronic bikes and a youth-sized electronic fat tire bike. Blending performance, value, and technology, new e-bikes offer solutions for adults, commuters, and kids alike. Ranging from $599.99 to $839.98, these new bikes are cost-effective and eco-friendly ways to get where you need to go.

GearDiary Swagtron Debuts Three New E-Bikes Perfect for Commuters and Kids

EB-5 in all its glory

Let’s start with the EB-5.  It’s a lightweight, foldable aluminum bike that’s designed for the urban commuter.  The EB-5 can fold in about 10 seconds flat to become a compact, stow-able 26″ x 23.6″ and sports a powerful 250-watt motor that provides a smooth ride.  Swagtron boasts that the EB-5 offers the best size-to-performance ratio on the market.  With a top speed of 15.5 MPH and a range of 15.5 miles, the EB-5 is a great option to get from your home to the train station and from the train station to your office.  The EB-5 sells for $599.99.

GearDiary Swagtron Debuts Three New E-Bikes Perfect for Commuters and Kids

EB-5 Folded

EB-5 Electric Folding Bike Features & Specs

  • 250-watt motor
  • 14-inch Wheels
  • Height Adjustable for teens and adults
  • Folds in approximately 10 seconds
  • 15.5 mph top speed (motor only)
  • 15.5-mile battery range
  • Use electric or pedal power
  • 36v Li Battery
  • Includes safety bell and reflectors
  • Aluminum frame
  • 26 x 23.6 x 15-inch folded size
  • 37 pounds
  • Available in black or white
GearDiary Swagtron Debuts Three New E-Bikes Perfect for Commuters and Kids

The EB-6

Next is the EB-6, it’s a youth-sized fat-tire mountain bike that sports 20-inch wheels and a smaller frame.  Equipped with 4-inch tires to provide the necessary traction to take on roads, trails, sand, or snow, the EB-6 is powered by a 350-watt motor that can be engaged via throttle or a “peddle to go” system.  The bike has front and rear disc brakes and a 7-speed Shimano drivetrain.  The EB-6 can speed up to 18.6 MPH with a range of 20 miles.  The EB-6 sells for $839.98.

EB-6 Youth Electric Fat Bike Features & Specs

  • 350-watt motor
  • 20-inch wheels
  • 4-inch fat tires
  • Dual disc brakes
  • Youth aluminum frame
  • 7-speed Shimano SIS shifting + freehub
  • USB charging port
  • 18.6 mph top speed (motor only)
  • 20-mile battery range
  • Locking battery
  • Available in black or white
GearDiary Swagtron Debuts Three New E-Bikes Perfect for Commuters and Kids

The Swagcycle PRO in black

Finally, Swagtron has debuted the Swagcycle PRO.  The Swagcycle PRO is a scooter-style bike, so it’s pedal-less.  It’s equipped with a 350-watt motor that can reach speeds of 18 MPH with a range of 15.5 miles.  This smart bike connects with an iOS/Android app, which is a nifty feature.  Plus, the Swagcycle PRO folds up for storage or for carrying and it’s one of the smallest e-bikes on the market.  It’s a great option for fun or short commutes.

GearDiary Swagtron Debuts Three New E-Bikes Perfect for Commuters and Kids

The Swagcycle PRO in white

Swagcycle PRO Features & Specs

  • 350-watt motor
  • iOS/Android app monitors speed, battery life, GPS route and more
  • LED headlight
  • Folding stem/handlebar
  • USB charging port
  • 18 mph top speed
  • 15.5-mile battery range
  • 12” front wheel / 10” rear wheel
  • Aluminum frame
  • Available in black or white

 

Here’s what Swagcycle’s Director of Marketing, Jason Wakefield had to say about the burgeoning e-bike market:  “We’re seeing a shift, and e-rideables aren’t just for recreation, they’re viable eco-friendly transportation options for people in all walks of life.  The world is changing the way it thinks about transportation, and e-bikes are a big part of that” says Wakefield. “As a brand, we want to continue to be at the forefront of making that technology accessible.”

Check out Swagtron’s full line of electronic rideables at their website.  Plus, stay tuned to Gear Diary for more coverage of Swagtron, including a full review of their newest scooter offering!


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Perry Brauner
I'm an architect by trade, but the overarching theme of my life has always been trying to keep up with the newest, coolest technology. Ever since I picked up an NES controller, I've been hooked on the latest and greatest gadgets, gizmos, and toys. Whether it's gaming, mobile phones, and accessories, or PCs and Apple products, I'm interested. I use many Apple products in my daily life, such as the iPhone, iPad, and my MacBook Pro. I've also built a few PCs in my day, so I'd like to say that I'm a pretty well-rounded techie.