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Electric Bikes

Discover a whole new way to ride. Whether you’re looking for a new way to commute and cruise through the city, or aim to extend your road or mountain bike rides, we have an E-bike for every style. Ride farther, ride faster, and amp up the fun factor with one of our electric bikes.

Our Electric Bike Experience

In today's market electric bikes are fast becoming one of the most popular modes of transportation. Because it is such a fast growing market there are lots of brands and companies making all kinds and styles of E-bikes. The question is: with all of the different kits and bikes on the market how do you make sure that you are getting one that will last you for years and give you the best riding experience.

It has been our experience from 20 years of selling e-bikes that not all E-bikes and kits are created equal. Many online brands have little to no technical support, parts, and customer service. These bikes are great as long as they do not have any issues. However, when you do have an issue, many times it can be extremely hard or almost impossible to get the support you need. 

We have chosen brands from within the industry that offer some of the highest quality and best riding electric bikes in the world, while having a dedicated service network. We have been selling and services Giant electric bikes for the last 20 years, and we absolutely love their bikes and the customer service they offer. Our other main brand, Yamaha Bicycles, we have just recently started carrying. However, Yamaha has been building Electric Bikes and E-Bike motors for over 20 years, and they have a great customer support and service system. 

Electric Bike Cost

While there are more inexpensive options on the market, we have found that $2000 is the threshold for a high quality electric bicycle. Below this the bikes lose out on range, ride feel, and build quality. 

Our E-bikes range from $2000 to $8500 with our average price being around the $3000 price range. 

Our Electric Bike Technology

All of our e-bikes have a Yamaha motor powering them. The Giant, Liv, and Momentum e-bikes are using a boutique Yamaha motor crafted specifically for them, while our Yamaha e-bikes are using the Yamaha's standard motor systems. Each motor has sensors that measure torque, speed, cadence, and motor speed, plus some even measure slope, acceleration, and deceleration. Each bike uses the data from these sensors to give the rider a natural and customizable amount of assistance. 

Our Giant, Liv, and Momentum bikes have Panasonic batteries powering them, while our Yamaha e-bikes are using a Yamaha battery. The average distance per charge changes according to battery size, rider weight, assist level used, and terrain being ridden on. 


On average we find that most of our riders are getting up to 60 miles per charge road riding here in the valley, and up to 40 miles in the mountains. 

Electric Bikes For Every Ride

Electric bikes come in many styles to handle any ride. Which bike is right for you?

ELECTRIC ROAD BIKES

Everything you love about road riding, with an added boost of pedal power. Whether you are commuting to work, doing a multi-hour road ride, or just riding for pleasure, these cutting-edge road E-bikes help you conquer tough climbs, extend your ride, and get there faster. They are available in either 20 or 28 mph options, and are built for riding paved roads.

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ELECTRIC GRAVEL BIKES

Not sure what the day has in store, and want to be ready for anything? Giant’s Adventure electric bikes offer a smooth and comfortable riding experience—even as you head off paved roads. So go ahead, see where that trail leads to and still make it home on time.

ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN BIKES

Climb steep trails, conquer high peaks, and extend your singletrack adventures. Our collection of electric mountain bikes includes everything from XC hardtails to full-suspension fun machines for more technical terrain.

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MOMENTUM LIFESTYLE ELECTRIC BIKES

Momentum E-bikes represent a smart transportation solution that’s way more fun than a train or a bus. Our easy-to-operate electric bikes give you a seamless boost of pedaling power so you can ride farther and faster with less effort.


Our Electric Bike Brands

Giant Bicycles

We have been carrying Giant Electric bikes for the last 20 years, and while the technology has changed drastically since those first bike, their customer service and excellent quality has remained.  We love Giant electric bikes because of their high quality, natural feel, long range, and excellent customer support.

We first started carrying Giant e-bikes in the early 2000's. The first bikes that they made were lead acid units and only got about 10-15 miles per charge. We would tear apart and rebuild the battery packs, and some of our customers put thousands of miles on those original bikes. The next generation upgraded to nickel metal batteries, and again these bikes ran for thousands of miles with battery replacement. The switch to lithium ion battery packs was momentum, however. It has created bikes that have batteries that outlast the bike. We currently have customers on their Giant e-bikes with over 12,000 miles on their bike and are still running the original batteries. 

All of Giant's new electric bikes are using Yamaha electric motor and Panasonic Battery system to power them. However, the computer running the system is what gives the Giant e-bikes their extremely natural ride feel. 

All Giant electric bikes come with a 2 year motor/battery warranty, and a lifetime frame warranty.

Liv and Momentum are Partner Brands of Giant and thus have the same technologies and warranties as the Giant

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Yamaha Electric Bikes

We started carrying Yamaha's electric bikes in 2019 after our great experiences working with the Yamaha motors on our Giant Electric Bikes. There was not a local dealer and we had customers requesting to ride the Yamaha e-bikes. We talked with Yamaha and really liked what they had to offer and in the fall of 2019 we got our first bikes from them. 

Yamaha e-bikes are built around their motor system, but Yamaha also produces their own frames, batteries, and controls for these bikes. Because of the high amount of integration within the bikes, they have a very natural ride feel.

All Yamaha E-bikes come with a transferable 3-year warranty on the frame, motor, and battery. What sets them apart from the rest of the inventory is that the warranty is transferable to another owner.

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Liv Bicycles

Liv is Giant Bicycle's women's brand that makes all of Giant's women's bicycles including their women's electric bicycles. All of Liv's electric bicycles use the same motor, battery, computer as Giant's electric bicycles, except that they have a women's specific frame design and feminine colors.

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Electric Bike Classes and Laws

*The below information is to the best of our knowledge and is specifically oriented for our local area of Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley. Any of these laws could change at any time without us getting the laws here updated.

** As long as traditional bikes are allowed there!

There are three classes of E-bikes that have different laws and regulations about where you can and cannot ride them. It is imperative that you know the kind of E-bike that you own or are looking to own and that you know the laws surrounding it.

Class 2 E-Bikes 

Class 2 e-bikes have a top assisted speed of 20 mph (the same as class 1), however they also have a throttle, so they will go by themselves. 

Laws: Class 2 e-bikes along with classes 1 and 3 are allowed on all roads that a traditional motorized vehicles are allowed on.** They  are also allowed on most greenways and trails.

National Parks

As of August 2019 all e-bike (as long as they are class 1-3) are allowed in our National Parks anywhere a traditional bike is allowed.

Mountain Biking Laws

Class 2 E-bikes are only allowed on your personal private property.

National Forest: All e-bikes are prohibited from being ridden on any non-motorized trails in our National Forest!

Virginia State Forest: Class 1 e-bikes only!

Massanutten Western Slopes:  Class 1 e-bikes only!

Class 3 E-Bikes

Class 3 e-bikes have a top assisted speed of 28 mph, and only come with pedal assist.

Laws: Class 3 e-bikes along with classes 1 and 2 are allowed on all roads that a traditional motorized vehicles are allowed on.** They may be allowed on a greenway or rail-to-trail. It is up to you to research whether class 3 e-bikes are allowed on the greenway you are riding on. 

National Parks

As of August 2019 all e-bike (as long as they are class 1-3) are allowed in our National Parks anywhere a traditional bike is allowed.


Class 1 E-bikes:

The most popular e-bike class! Class 1 e-bikes have a top assisted speed of 20 mph, and do not have a throttle. This means that the rider has to pedal at all times and the bike will assist him or her according to how fast or hard they are pedaling. Most times the amount of assistance can adjusted by the rider according to how much exercise they want. 

Laws: Class 1 e-bikes along with classes 2 and 3 are legal on all roads that a traditional motorized vehicles are allowed on.** They are also classified as non-motorized vehicle in many places and are thus allowed on almost all greenways, and rails-to-trails. If you are wanting to mountain bike the laws are a little different. 

National Parks

As of August 2019 all e-bike (as long as they are class 1-3) are allowed in our National Parks anywhere a traditional bike is allowed.

Mountain Biking Laws

Class 1 e-bikes are the only class of e-bikes allowed on any mountain biking trails!

National Forest: All e-bikes are prohibited from being ridden on any non-motorized trails in our National Forest! A common misunderstanding is that if your e-bike is under 750 watts it is allowed in the national forest. This is incorrect information! At this point all mountain biking trails in the National Forest are off limits to e-Bikes of all types. Find more information here.

State Forest: Class 1 e-Bikes are legal to ride on all mountain biking trails in our state forest as of April 10, 2019. This opens up trail networks such as Douthat and Shenandoah River State Park trail networks to mountain E-bikes.

Private Property: The allowance of e-bikes on private property is up to the discretion of the landowner. Massanutten Western Slopes: Massanutten has legalized class 1 e-mountain bikes on their Western Slope trails. This is one of the best local places to ride your new class 1 e-mountain bike.



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