ATV Wholesale Outlet is Sacramento’s premier electric bike shop! We offer unbeatable prices on a huge selection selection of electric bikes to suit every need, style, and budget.
From budget-friendly commuter bikes like the Soltera to high-end performance cruisers like the Gazelle Ultimate T10+. Whatever you’re looking for, we’ve got it here. Drop-in today for a test ride!
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An ebike is a big investment. Our electric bikes are highly durable and can last years, so it’s important to make sure you choose the right model for your needs.
Here are considerations to keep in mind while you’re comparing your options:
The first thing to think about is what you plan on using your eBike for. There are lots of different types of electric bikes out there, and some are better suited to different types of terrain and use cases than others. Understanding your needs will help you choose the one that’s best for you.
For example, do you plan on only using your bike to cycle to work? If so, a lightweight commuter bike like the Soltera may be a good choice.
Work in an office and don’t want to leave your bike chained up on the street? Go for a folding bike like the Sinch or Mars. They’re highly portable so you can fold them up and store them under your desk.
Plan on taking your ebike on the trails? Or riding over rough terrain? If so, you’ll probably need a fat tire bike. The wide tires offer extra grip and traction that makes it easier to travel over diverse terrain like sand, snow, and mud.
We offer a variety of eBikes with different gear systems, depending on what you’re looking for.
Some eBikes offer only one gear — we call these single-speed bikes. They’re simple to use as you don’t have to worry about switching gears, and can be great for commuting around flat cities. However, they’re not well-suited to inclines.
Multiple-geared bikes (like seven-speed cruisers) let you shift gear depending on whether you’re going uphill, downhill, or cycling on a flat road. If you plan on cycling across changing terrain, this is the way to go.
All eBikes come with battery-powered assists that use a small motor to give you a boost as you pedal, so you can get where you need to go breaking a sweat.
However, certain e-bikes come with an additional throttle in addition to the standard pedal assist. The throttle engages the motor when you press a button so you can stop pedaling completely and continue to move forward.
If this is a feature you’d like, you’ll need to look for an eBike that comes with a throttle.
Another factor to consider is the battery. Specifically, you’ll want to know how many miles you can travel per charge. Bikes that can get you further on a single charge are usually a little more expensive but may be worth the cost depending on your needs.
Look for a bike with a high-quality, durable, stable, and lightweight frame. Aluminum frames are a great choice. E-Bikes with frames made of lighter materials like carbon fiber usually cost more.
In California, eBikes are classified into three different classes.
Class 1 eBikes are pedal-assisted bikes that stop providing assistance at 20mph. They can be used on any paved service that regular bikes can be used on.
Class 2 eBikes are throttle-assisted bikes that stop providing assistance at 20mph. Again, you can use them on any paved surface where you can ride a regular bike.
Class 3 eBikes are pedal-assisted bikes that stop providing assistance at 28mph. You can only operate a Class 3 eBike if you’re aged 16 or older and wear a helmet. There may be restrictions on where you can use them.
Disclaimer: We’re not lawyers here, and the information above may not be accurate or up to date. It’s your responsibility to make sure you’re aware of local laws and policies in your area.
Electric bikes need all the same maintenance as standard bikes, but with the added step of looking after the electrical parts like the motor and battery too.
Some general tips include regularly checking your bike for wear and tear, and charging and storing the battery correctly.
It’s a good idea to get your electric bike serviced regularly. The frequency of servicing will depend on how often and far you ride, but as a rule of thumb, you should usually get it serviced every 6 months – 1 year, or whenever it sustains any damage.
We can take care of servicing at ATV Wholesale Outlet. Just bring it into our full-service department and we’ll carry out all the necessary repairs.
Yes, absolutely! The best way to find the right e-bike for you is to try it out for yourself — and that means taking it for a test ride.
You can visit us here at ATV Wholesale Outlet to try out any of our eBikes for yourself before you take them home. That way, you’ll be able to ‘get a feel’ for the bike and make sure you find it comfortable before you make your decision.
Hub-drive motors are the most common motor type on cheaper eBikes. On these types of eBikes, the motor is integrated into either the front or rear wheel (or both). It applies torque directly to the wheel so it operates independently of your bike’s gears.
Mid-drive motors are integrated between your pedals and apply torque to your bike’s chain or belt, allowing it to take advantage of your bike’s gears. Generally speaking, mid-drive motors are the better option, which is why they’re usually found on more expensive models of eBikes
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