Folding Electric Bike Manufacturer & Supplier
Welcome to this year's list of the best folding electric bikes! You're probably asking yourself, "What's the best folding ebike for me?" And the truth is, it depends on the features you need out of an ebike and how it fits into your budget. That's where this list come in.
Folding Electric Bike List
ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN BIKE A1-7 SERIES
ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN BIKE A2AL20 SERIES
ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN BIKE A1-R SERIES
ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN BIKE A7AM20 SERIES
ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN BIKE G4-Z SERIES
ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN BIKE A1-Q SERIES
Hotebike Folding Electric Bike Advantages
Why Choose Hotebike Manufacturer
Partnered to many industrial business from around the globe, hotebike has a reputation of being one of the best for many years. We have a reputation of delivering exceptional products that aids personal & commercial service and production requirements of different environment.
Our customers and clients have trusted us for years due to our efficient response to their demands,quality requirements and our very expertise in the field of e-bike manufacturing and material.
What Our Clients Say！
I have purchased two hotebike A7AM20 ebikes, not for their potential speed, but for their design, lower weight, and battery range. Most of the riders of Class 3 I’ve seen are senior citizens like me. I’ve ridden on bike trails in Arizona, at about 15mph when a pack of riders on light weight racing bikes pass at 25-30mph. This kind of riding needs to be on roads! For me or most other seniors to ride a Class 3 above 20mph takes a lot of effort, especially for someone over 75.
I have used my modified Hotebike A6AH26F and used a 48V 10ah battery for two years. Most of the roads and highways I ride have bike lanes. I reach 50 km/h in summer and 40 km/h in winter. I try to stay away from busy sidewalks/bicycle lanes because my speed is much higher than average. I almost always use pedal assist and take my charger to get enough boost at my destination to get home. I sold my car a year ago because I hardly use it and I am very happy, but car traffic in Canada is still rarely polite to electric bike riders.
I’m 45 and I have health issues that takes heavy exercise off the table for me. It’s been a year since I’ve started riding a Hotebike A5AH26 to work everyday. The bike is now almost at 6000miles. My 15mile commute takes 40-45 mins through Sausalito, over Golden Gate bridge to downtown San Francisco. I wouldn’t prefer to drive since parking and tolls make it very expensive. And believe it or not bus ride is rarely down to 50mins when there is no traffic and 75-80mins on a normal work day. Plus round trip is $10.25.