Hottest E-Bikes For 2020 | Cycling Weekly

Hottest E-Bikes For 2020 | Cycling Weekly

As road e-bikes continue to grow in popularity, we take you through the hottest new models for the new season.

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  1. Why one would spec a dura ace over an ultegra group set on an e-bike is beyond me….

  2. You need to do some home work. You are conflating watt, watthour and torque into a big mess.

  3. This list is very incomplete and you mixed road e-bikes and touring/gravel VTC. If you included TREK, why not CUBE with e.g. its Kathmandu Pro 625 , a serious competitor too. Then if you included road e-bikes too, you can also include Pinarello Nytro, Orbea Gain, Colnago e64, Bianci Aria, and other Cannondale and Giant. Then your list will be more representative of the current market.

  4. So the bikes cost seven fowsand pounds.

  5. The moment I hear the word Free instead of Three and Sink instead of Think I get lost in a cerebral game of trying to figure out what he’s actually saying, and then once I sort out the translation I then start wondering what he would say if he actually meant Free instead of Three and Sink instead of Think…and…oh yeah, bikes, I was shopping for bikes.

  6. I have the Cannondale Synapse Neo. No mention of that!

  7. Here come the Luddites…

  8. Comedy prices

  9. You forgot the excellent Moustache bikes

  10. when your like cycling but youre also lazy af. thanks but no thanks

  11. The moment I hear the word "customizable" it’s out of my price range

  12. Why bother you can’t peak performance !!! Ridiculous EU restrictions keep these from being fun 😬🚫

  13. Did you look at the Cannondale NEO’s?

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  15. Fortunately my paper route just happens to pay 11,000 Euros!

  16. Great video mate but we hear so much about those e-bikes lately that we don’t know what to believe and they are not cheap….!! we would love a comparison test so we get the real figures and the truth, not what the manufactures claim. Also Pinarello has nice e-bikes. Thank you

  17. Выдвижная Пушечка November 25, 2020 @ 7:15 pm

    Is that possible to buy new 2020 road e-bike for 3000€?

  18. No comparison just a promo

  19. What makes the Canyon Roadlite ‘not suitable’ for Alpine passes? Just the slightly more upright riding position? I’m not old but new to road biking, and was thinking that the Roadlite would be a good choice? It wouldn’t be too extreme in ride position, I’m a bit worried that if I buy a full-on road bike I won’t enjoy being so crouched over for long periods of time. I don’t see the point of maximising the torture of yourself for a few km/h more of speed since in the end my body will still get the same workout no matter what my road speed for that effort is. Also it being an e-bike that means that overall my progress will be swift enough.
    I definitely won’t use it for commuting or anything like that, but in the alpine area I live in it’ll still be fun to use on less serious recreational trips without any specific training purpose. I’ll definitely do some errands with it just to enjoy the nice weather sometimes.
    Similar logic as with the position applies to e-bike vs. non-ebike: I don’t need to have a ‘pure cycling experience’. With e-assistance I’ll still pedal for just as long (I plan my rides based on duration of the trip of course, my schedules are determined by time, not distance), but I’ll have a more enjoyable time since I can breeze past the long alpine uphills instead of them taking forever, and I’ll just transfer all that effort into a longer overall trip distance and therefore I’ll cover more ground, have more fun, and still have the same overall workout. My reasoning is that the lighter, less powerful e-assistance of the Fazua makes sense since on road riding you don’t use the assistance on level ground or downhills anyway, and the Fazua is more than enough for uphills. I won’t be doing massive 100km+ rides in the first year anyway.
    Anything else that the Canyon Roadlite is missing as an Alpine machine for a recreational biker due to being a ‘city bike’ (?) compared to the Endurance:On? Should I absolutely choose the Endurance:On for my short to medium distance alpine rides instead? What about Boardman ADV 8.9E compared to the Canyons? Is there a difference in quality, it seems to me that the finishing of the Boardman is better with the smoothed out welds at least?

  20. Trek–Do you think People ever Steal $5000 30 lb urban carbon framed bikes with bosch componentry? My guess? Nah… might as well risk it. Maybe if youre willing to pay that much for a bike every place you ever ride has a special garage, but still everyone parks their bike in the same place when they go to the grocery store, or the post office. Just like a parking lot for cars…. except bikes do not have anti theft, and are not so heavy that they cannot be picked up. Maybe if trek sold insurance with their bikes it would make sense to buy one. As of now that concept is marketable to about 4 people with more money than brains.

  21. Hey what about the Pinarello Dyodo?

  22. do you get paid for this shit, i hope so. what bollocks

  23. You forgot the orbea gain

  24. I love to see the development of these bikes and technology,but at the moment they don’t represent good value for money.

  25. This is an awesome list!!! I think Jeep electric bike by Quietkat also deserves a spot on this list as well –

  26. So Willier and Ribble claim to be the lightest, could you just weigh them both and let us know?

  27. They are electric scooters not bikes. I’m nearly 70 years old and ride a bike in San Francisco when I’m passed on hills by 20-somethings on electric bikes everytime when I look up I just think, pussies.

  28. All excellent bikes but other than the Canyon and the Ribble why only focus mostly on the others that cost as much as a small car!

  29. Theoretical Cyclist November 25, 2020 @ 7:33 pm

    E-bikes are only "hot" when the battery pack gets on fire 🙂

  30. The Treks look horrible.

  31. Edward Villarreal November 25, 2020 @ 7:39 pm

    Solar powered cargo tadpole trike please.

  32. It really surprises me that you guys don’t mention the Orbea Gain range. They make road and gravel versions of the Gain, and at competitive prices. They’ve been in this market for awhile now, yet I don’t think I’ve ever seen you mention them, why?

  33. What are ebikes like to ride once the battery runs out???

  34. What about the Boardman ?

  35. i didnt see this bikes when i took footage in 2020 toronto bikes show

  36. did i hear £7000 lol

  37. Have you not heard of a Plumm Motorbike?

  38. Sad that the one thing that may get non cyclists out on a bike has such a high price entry point. I’m a dedicated long term cyclist but couldn’t possibly justify paying £5000 plus for a bike never mind someone who was buying their first bike.

  39. The bmc specialized Wilier look amazing, but why…will a serious cycling buy this….take the bmc who will buy that…i love the idea of these for city commute or for my wife but as an avid cyclist I would just rather suffer vs the bike doing all the work

  40. yyour choice i no you born with silverspoon only you lot can afford

  41. Road ebikes make no fkcuing sense esp w the 25kph limit… Mtbs, yes because you have power spikes and hills

  42. What’s the best affordable road eBike?

  43. Got a 2020 Giant Explore E+4 Hybrid & it is amazing!

  44. I’mm about to ordering the Orbea Gain D50 LR Ebike 2020, so want to know why you state otherwise. Any info and advice? I’m very new to cycling to work.

  45. So when the battery eventually dies after 10k miles you have to sling the frame. That’s Fukien retarded.

  46. Trek has an amazing road e bike. Looks amazing and the engineering is number one. But you didn’t review this one.

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