Last Updated on October 23, 2023 by Igor Karni
Although the e-bike industry in the United Kingdom is moving at a slower pace compared to other international markets, the market was estimated to be around £310m in 2022. It is expected to grow at a 10.56% CAGR over the next few years.
In May 2023, Cycling UK was chosen to lead a consortium of e-biking partners to help in the implementation of the national e-bike support program. The government, on its part, is actively involved in promoting the faster adoption of electric bikes in the country. For example, its cycle-to-work is one such initiative.
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In this article, we summarize and discuss the Best British E-Bike Brands, both the established and the young and up-and-coming ones. We discuss which e-bikes are made in the UK and which are brought from other countries around the world. Let’s dive right into this detailed analysis.
The rising living cost in the UK is definitely the most significant setback in the adoption of e-bikes. However, congested roads and limited parking space have been two critical factors in helping residents consider e-bikes a reliable and affordable commuting option.
Manufacturers and e-bike brands, on their part, are ensuring every possible add-on. From delivery to the doorstep to offering replacement and attractive warranties, there’s a lot on the platter for interested customers.
There are exchange initiatives too – for example, Go Zero Mobility, a native performance e-bike company, announced in 2022 its Switch’ program that facilitates people to exchange their conventional bicycles with e-bikes.
As per UK regulations, an e-bike, Pedelec, or EAPC, which stands for an electrically-assisted pedal cycle, should have a motor with 250 Watts of power and not more. The speed should be about 25 km/hr. Dedicated throttle-assisted bikes are prohibited in the UK. Hence, all e-bikes in the country are pedal-assisted, and bikers are allowed throttle only while pedaling not beyond 6 km/hr.
An e-bike rider in the UK should be more than 14 years old. E-bike riders in the UK are not required to wear helmets or carry a license. E-bikes are not required to be registered with the government department or do not attract any vehicle tax.
In the competitive landscape, brands like Volt Bikes, Ribble Cycles, Accell Group, and Gocycle are some of the well-recognized players.
Summary table: Top 10 British e-Bike Brands
|Brand Name||E-bike Model Lines|
|1. Batribike||Folding, Hardtail, City|
|2. Boardman||Adventure, Gravel, City, Fitness|
|3. Brompton||Urban, Folding|
|4. Carrera||City, Off-road, Adventure|
|5. Dallingridge||Mountain, Hard-tail|
|7. Pinnacle||Urban, Hybrid, Cyclocross, Mountain, Road|
|8. Raleigh||Folding, Hybrid, City, Commuter|
|9. Ribble||Road, Off-road, Hybrid|
|10. Volt||Urban, Hybrid, Mountain, Folding|
Summary table: 35 Well-Established British e-Bike Brands
|Brand Name||E-bike Type|
|AM Cargo Bikes||Cargo|
|Axcess||Road, Mountain, Folding|
|Batribike||Folding, Hardtail, City|
|Boardman||Adventure, Gravel, City, Fitness|
|Byocycles||City, Mountain, All-Terrains|
|Carrera||City, Off-road, Adventure|
|Cyclotricity||Mountain, Folding, Push|
|Juicy||Urban, Mountain, City|
|Oxygen||Commuter, City, Trekking|
|Peddle||City, Hybrid, Mountain|
|Pinnacle||Urban, Hybrid, Cyclocross, Mountain, Road|
|Powabyke||Hybrid, City, Folding|
|Powacycle||City, On-road, Off-road, All-Terrain|
|Raleigh||Folding, Hybrid, City, Commuter|
|Rayvolt||City, Mountain, Off-road|
|Ribble||Road, Off-road, Hybrid|
|Ridgeback||City, Commute, Mountain|
(Tandem Group Cycles)
|Mountain, Folding, Hybrid, City|
|Volt||Urban, Hybrid, Mountain, Folding|
|Whyte||Commuter, All-terrain, Mountain,|
|Wisper||Commuter, Urban, All-Terrain, Mountain|
|Woosh||City, Road, Off-road, Trails|
Summary table: 26 Up-And-Coming British e-Bike Brands
|Brand Name||E-bike Type|
|Ampere||City, Mountain, Folding|
|Cairn||Mountain, City, Off-road|
|Cirgo||City, Commuter, Leisure, Trail, Off-road|
|Cooler||City, Urban, Road, Off-road|
|E-go||Folding, Mountain, Off-Terrain|
|Easybike||Mountain, Hybrid, Folding|
|Eco||Mountain, Hybrid, Folding|
|Eco Voltz||Mountain, city, all-terrain, commute|
|Emu||City, Urban, All-Terrain, Mountain|
|Evari||Commute, Trail, Folding|
|Ezego||Commute, Step-thru, Fold, Trail|
|Hurrecane||Cruiser, City, Mountain, All-Terrain|
|Mark2||Off-road, gravel, hybrid,|
|Mycle||Folding, Cargo, Off-road, fat tyre, Hybrid|
|NewGen||Commute, cruiser, off-road|
|RooDog||City, Mountain, Folding, Cruising|
|Shark||Mountain, Commute, Leisure|
|Temple||Urban, Countryside, Adventure|
|Westhill||Mountain, Folding, Crossbar, Step-Through|
|Zipper||City, Mountain, Folding|
Summary table: 26 European E-bike Brands Actively Present in the UK
|Brand Name||E-bike Type|
|ADO||Commuter, Mountain, All-Terrain|
|BH||Trails, Off-road, On-road, City|
|BMC||Road, Gravel, Urban, Mountain|
|Canyon||Road, Gravel, Mountain, City|
|Corratec||City, Commute, Off-road, Mountain|
|Cube||Mountain, Road, Commuting, Hardtail|
|Decathlon||Mountain, City, Cruiser|
|Eovolt||Mountain, City, Urban, Road|
|Freego||City, Mountain, Urban, Commuter|
|Gazelle||Commute, All-Terrain, Mountain|
|Hygge||Urban, Commute, Mountain, Gravel|
|KBO||Commuter, Cargo, Folding, Cruiser|
|KTM||Off-road, gravel, city, on-road, hybrid, mountain|
|LaPierre||Road, Mountain, Urban|
|Mondraker||Urban, Gravel, Trail|
|Moustache||Urban, Trail, Fat tyre, Gravel, Mountain|
|Orbea||Road, Mountain, Urban|
|Riese & Muller||Mountain, City, Urban, Off-Terrain|
|Scott||Mountain, Road, City, Gravel, All-Terrain|
|Stromer||All-Terrain, Off-road, Road, City, Commute, Mountain|
|Vanmoof||City, Urban, Gravel, Trail, Mountain|
Summary table: 16 Other International Brands With Distributors and Dealers in the UK
|Brand Name||E-bike Type|
|Cyrusher||Mountain, All-Terrain, Folding|
|Ecotric||Off-road, City, Cargo, Fat-tyre, Folding|
|Eleglide||Mountain, City & Commute|
|E Life Cycle||Gravel, Mountain, City|
|Engwe||Road, Off-road, Urban, Mountain|
|Giant||Mountain, Gravel, Road|
|Himiway||City, Commute, Cargo, Off-road|
|Kona||Gravel, Commuter, Urban, Mountain|
|Lectric||Mountain, City, Urban, Off-road|
|Magnum||Beach, City, Off-Terrain|
|Merida||Mountain, Trek, City|
|Rad Power||City, Off-road, Cargo|
|Samebike||Mountain, Commuter, Foldable, Fat tyre|
|Tern||City, Urban, All-Terrain, Mountain, Road, Off-road|
|Trek||Mountain, Road, City, Gravel|
35 Well-Established British e-Bike Brands
AM Cargo Bikes
Amcargobikes are designed and assembled in Veksø, Zealand, and Denmark. The brand has been around since 1992. The company manufactures cargo bikes, conventional and electric types. With enough space, riders can sustainably transport their kids, groceries, and other utility cargo items sustainably.
While the e-bikes are made in the Danish factory, these are tested in the UK, Denmark, and Scandinavia. The company offers after-sale services to ensure its customers have a premium experience with the brand. The Scandinavian design makes these e-bikes functional for daily use, with an aesthetic look that suits Nordiac’s design standards.
Each Amcargo e-bike price includes a range of accessories. The e-bikes use branded components like Kenda, Shimano, Promax, and Winther. The batteries are from LG, Samsung, or Sanik.
There are four models – Premium, Deluxe, Ultimate Curve, and Ultimate Harmony. Headquartered in Denmark, Amcargobikes sells its e-bikes through E-BikesDirect, its UK dealer based out of Bodiam in East Sussex. Accessories, spare parts, and batteries can be ordered online, too, just like electric bikes.
Established in 2009 by Peter Blackman, Director, AXcess Electric Bikes, the first e-bike rolled out on 29th February 2012. The company is headquartered in Devon. It also has a brand store in Honiton, and buyers can order AXcess e-bikes from the online store.
Priced between £900 and £1500, all AXcess e-bikes have a throttle of up to 4km/hr. While you still pedal, the speed continuously increases up to 25 km/hr. AXcess e-bikes offer customers the unique experience of trying before buying. Free delivery is a part of the deal throughout the mainland UK.
AXcess E-bikes is a part of the government’s cycle-to-work scheme. So, when you choose to buy AXcess E-bikes, your employer pays for the e-bike, and through a salary sacrifice scheme covering about 12 months, you can repay your employer. Ultimately, the ownership is transferred to your name.
Batribike is designed and engineered in the UK and is headquartered in Lincoln. The owing company, Fallowgate Limited, started back in 2007. Jackie and Steve Coulson, brothers, began their journey in the e-bike industry when they started selling other brands. They understood the industry’s pain points, like customer care or spare parts.
The e-bikes were initially manufactured in a China facility because this was more cost-effective. In 2008, the company rolled out its first e-bike range – Diamond, Granite, and Onyx. Today, the company sells through its well-networked dealers and specialist shops in the UK and Ireland. In 2009, the brand was one of the selected few that exhibited at the Cycle Show.
In 2010, Batribike enrolled as one of the pioneer members of the British Electric Bicycle Association (BEBA). In 2011, the brand made two significant decisions – incorporated the 36V motor, and the batteries were moved from vertical mounting to carrier mounting.
The brand’s electric system is designed by the Danish Company, ProMovec. In 2017, the brand was overtaken by a new company formed by the partnership between Fallowgate Ltd and Jesper Lundqvist, ProMovec’s owner. And finally, in 2023, ProMovec took complete ownership of the brand.
Boardman operates in the UK through 48 of its dealers. E-bikes from this brand are all powered by the Fazua Evation drive system, a sophisticated German-engineered technology. The system has a 250W motor concealed and integrated within the e-bike with the capability of producing 60Nm torque.
The system combines the speed, torque, and cadence sensors to intelligently monitor the pedaling, assisting with power when the rider needs it.
The 250W battery is removable, which facilitates easy and fast charging. In the ‘Breeze Mode,’ the e-bike produces a range of 56 miles (90 km), making long rides effortless and efficient.
There’s an intuitive remote control located on the handlebar. The Fazua Evation system weighs only about 4.6 kg (10 lbs), thereby keeping the entire e-bike lightweight. The Fazua App further makes drives easier by keeping the rider informed about the different on-the-road parameters.
One of the first things that will impress about Brompton is that it is foldable to a size that makes it handy and portable. You can carry it on underground or overground trains, ferries, boots of cabs or your car, taxi boats, etc.
Brompton’s story started in 1975 in the UK. A young engineer, Andrew Ritchie, who settled in Brompton Oratory, wanted a better way of moving around the city. He made a 3-part foldable proprietary bike. He called it his ‘magic carpet’ since he could carry it with him anywhere he went.
To date, Brompton bikes, including electric bikes, are hand-built. Over the years, the brand evolved with the establishment of its factory, multiple dealers, and numerous models. The Brompton World Championship in Barcelona started in 2006, while there’s an annual race in London, too, organized by the brand.
Riders can hire or test drive a Brompton e-bike before purchase. The e-bike range from the brand has three categories of models – the C-Line, T-Line, and the P-Line. All the e-bikes come with a seven-year frame warranty and a three-year warranty on the electrical system. Branded components are from Continental, Schwalbe, and Brooks.
Byocycles was founded in 2008 in Havant, UK. Not much is known about the owners of the brand, but it was established in 2008. Branded components are from Shimano and Promax.
The brand has five models, including Zest+, Richmond, Ibex+, FDXL, and LS. Zest+ has a crank-driven central motor, placed low with 80Nm torque, and is apt for steeper hills. It also has a rear rack battery and a torque sensor. The foldable Richmond has a low step-through frame and comes with multiple options for battery upgrades.
Ibex+ has hydraulic disc brakes in the front and rear and suspension, making it exceptionally stable on all terrains. The LS model has a 6061 Aluminium frame with Shimano Tourney rear derailleur. This one is for smooth drives.
The FDXL is the foldable fat tire e-bike from the brand with 24-inch wheels. Additionally, the front wheel has a disc brake for safer rides.
The Carrera brand from Halfords has been around for almost 30 years. E-bikes from Carrera have been designed by cyclists. The company has four model lines – Impel, Titan, Vengeance, Parva, and Vanquish.
Impel is for daily rides with a sleek design. The Vengeance model line is for adventure trails and mountainsides. Parva is another model for leisurely rides along the countryside. Vanquish is a lightweight e-bike road electric bike.
With innovation as an underlying characteristic of Carrera electric bikes, the Titan range from the brand is a mountain e-bike with full suspension, thus, suitable for hilly and advanced trails.
Ensuring that the e-bikes meet the ISO standards of safety and performance, Carrera electric bikes are tested vigorously and thoroughly researched to create trendy electric vehicles for the street.
Headquartered in Stockport, Cruz is a Made-in-Britain e-bike brand. The company makes three models – Cruz73, Cruz73 Pro, and Pro 750.
Cruz73 has a 250W 48V Bafang motor, Shimano seven-speed gear, and Lithium batteries. It is a cross between a motorbike and an e-bike. With its 20” fat tires from Kenda, aluminum frame, and 48V 10.4Ah, this e-bike gets the rider through all kinds of terrains.
Cruz73 Pro is an upgrade of the Cruz73 with front suspension and is fitted with a bigger 13Ah battery for additional range for every charge. This model has a Mariner Special edition (limited) and a Retro version (unlimited). Both these versions for meant only for off-road rides.
Established in 2010, Cyclotricity is a British-built e-bike made to make cycling on two wheels inclusive and extraordinary. The e-bikes are made in Scotland. Based out of Glenrothes, UK, Cyclotricity makes mountain and folding electric bikes.
Interested buyers should check the online brand website from time to time as the brand offers some attractive discounts on its models. Besides stylish e-bikes, the company also makes e-bike conversion kits, parts, and accessories that can be ordered online. There are also standard and dual-power models from Cyclotricity.
Buyers can request a test drive online.
The brand gets its name from Sir Edward Dallingridge, who owned the Bodiam Castle in Bodiam, East Sussex. The brand name signifies the adventurism that Sir Dallingridge represented. The brand has evolved with its team members having 30+ years of experience in the electric biking industry.
Dallingride is an electric bike company based out of the small village of Bodiam. It is a pioneer in innovative designs, creating blue-hooded e-bikes that are essentially English. The company has four models: Diablo, Harlow low-step, Malvern Hybrid, Oxford, and Coniston MTB.
The Diablo is a hardtail MTB with 26” wheels. Malvern is a hybrid e-bike best suited for treks. Harlow and Oxford are step-through hybrid e-bikes for people of all ages and heights. Coniston is another hardtail mountain e-bike with 27.5” wheels.
All Dallingridge e-bikes have a five-year warranty on the frame and a two-year warranty on the battery. Interested buyers can buy Dallingridge e-bikes from dealers in the UK and online.
GoCycle is a renowned e-bike brand that has carved a niche for itself in the world of electric mobility. Originating from the United Kingdom, the brand has established a solid reputation for producing innovative and high-quality electric bicycles.
Established in 2002, GoCycle prides itself on being a UK-based brand, with its e-bikes designed, assembled, and supported within the country. The brand emphasizes its commitment to British engineering and design, with a strong focus on creating cutting-edge electric bikes that are not only technologically advanced but also stylish and practical.
GoCycle is well-known for its folding e-bikes, which are designed for urban commuters and travelers. These bikes are compact and easy to fold, making them convenient for storage and transportation.
As a UK-based brand, GoCycle provides sales and customer support within the country, making it convenient for UK customers to access assistance and service. The presence of warehouses and retail stores within the UK ensures efficient distribution and accessibility of their products.
Founded by Nick Grey, Gtech started its journey in 2001. By 2016, the Gtech factory shifted to Worcester. Today, Nick is the CEO of the company and is still very much involved in the day-to-day operations, including designing, engineering, and production of Gtech products.
All Gtech models are meant to go the extra range. The 36V torque motor is fitted into the rear wheels. The lithium-ion battery is another top feature of these e-bikes. The batteries are lightweight and made for performance. Assisted cycling up to 30 miles (50 km) is easy to achieve with just three hours of full charging.
All the models are made from aviation-grade aluminum that is not just light and strong but also weather-resistant. The frame in all Gtech e-bikes weighs about 16 kg (35 lbs). The models include – Gtech Sports, Gtech City Lowstep, and Gtech eScent Mountain.
Chesterfield-based Juicy e-bikes with its office, workshop, and distribution center located in Derbyshire. The journey started in 2008 with the Juicy Classic, which to date is one of the best-sellers of the brand.
In 2018, Juicy entered into a partnership with NEOMOUV, a French e-bike manufacturer. By 2020, Juicy took over NEOMOUV. The merger led to increased and efficient production capabilities since their partner had a factory in Portugal. Together, the brand represents a collective team experience of 40+ years of electric bikes in the UK. Each Juicy e-bike takes about 20 months to get completed for sale.
At Juicy, there are four elaborate ranges of electric bikes, namely, urban, hybrid, mountain, and folding. Urban models have studless tires and are mostly meant for road driving. Hybrid models are primarily for leisure and are equipped with luggage racks and hydraulic brakes. The wheels are 28 inches each.
Mountain electric bikes are best for adventure and rough trails, assisting while going up and downhill. The e-bikes come with a high-travel suspension fork for the best experience. Compact folding e-bikes from Juicy have small wheels, between 16 and 20 inches, making them portable.
E-bikes are geared for superior performance, whether it is for everyday use or for leisure; South Yorkshire-based Oxygen designs and tests all its e-bikes in the UK. The e-bikes are, however, made in other parts of Europe. The company offers a five-year warranty on the frame and a two-year warranty on all electrical components.
The brand has four distinct product lines of e-bikes. These are S-Cross MTB MKII, S-Cross ST MKII, S-Cross CB MKII, and Oxygen GO. The S-Cross MTB MKII has a hidden 36V battery in the frame. There are three available battery sizes, ranging from 10.4Ah, 13Ah, and 16Ah. With six power assist levels and a backlit LCD display, this is one for the roads.
S-Cross ST and the S-Cross CB are commuter and trekking e-bikes with a 36V battery, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, a 250W motor, six power assist levels, and three power modes. The Oxygen is a folding e-bike, lightweight with a 36V 10.4Ah battery. It has five power assist levels and moves on two 20” wheels.
Traditional and handcrafted Pashley bicycles have been around since 1928, making the brand the country’s oldest established bicycle manufacturer. The company is headquartered in Stratford-upon-Avon. The company makes the flagship classical models and commercial cycles, especially the cargo e-bikes.
The brand makes the electric cargo trike that has revolutionized urban delivery. The trike is one of the latest from the brand and denotes ALECS meaning articulated, lightweight, electric, and cargo solution.
The cargo trike can carry a weight of up to 110 kg (240 lbs) at a speed of 25 km/hr. The front end has a proprietary tilting front design that makes it look like a bicycle. The tricycle offers better stability, and the cargo design helps in last-mile delivery.
The width of ALECS is 80 cm – just enough to move through bike lanes and routes faster. The model has been designed and hand-built by the expert Pashly team.
Burnley-based Peddle E-Bikes is UKCA approved. Not much is known about the launch of the brand or the owners. There are four models from the brand, namely, Peddle Go, Peddle Step, Peddle Ride, and Peddle Pro.
Peddle Go is for your daily rides. A lightweight frame, built-in rear carrier, a hidden battery, and the choice of seven different speed levels make this apt for city and road rides. Peddle Step has a design that facilitates easy mount and dismount. It is equipped with a rust-proof chain, sturdy alloy frame, and reflexive tires.
Peddle Ride is a hybrid e-bike with an in-built LCD display and a comfortable seat. It is meant for on-road and off-road rides. Peddle Pro has a range of 80 miles (130 km), a removable and lockable battery, and nine-speed levels – just right for some thrilling adventures.
The e-bikes have a two-year warranty on the complete bike and a five-year warranty on the frame. For the additional trust of buyers, the company also offers a 14-day Return policy.
Evan Cycles, one of Britain’s pioneering bicycle retailers, owns the brand Pinnacle. It was launched in 2008, and today there is a range of e-bike varieties offered by the brand. There are urban e-bikes, hybrid, and cyclocross e-bikes. There are mountain and road bikes too.
Pinnacle e-bikes can be bought directly from the website of Evan Cycles or the company’s stores. The models range from entry-level to intermediate-level hybrid electric bikes. The models are Lithium, Californium, and Neon. The models come in different colors, gender-based ranges, braking systems, and suspension types.
If you are looking for an ideal combination of leisure and speed, Pinnacle hybrid bikes are the best.
Powabyke e-bikes have been a part of the British electric bike industry since 1998. It is based out of Temple Cloud with a warehouse, spare backup service unit, and office facility in Bristol. The UK operation of the brand is managed by Keith Palmer and Frank Curran.
During the early days, the batteries were the typical heavy lead-acid ones, while the frames were bulky and made from steel.
Today, the company makes lightweight e-bikes with alloy frames powered by Lithium Battery technology. The entry e-bike model from Powabyke is the Shopper E100, priced at £699. To date, the brand has sold 45,000+ e-bikes, making it one of the most trusted electric bikes in the country.
The company also offers the conv-e electric conversion kit ever since the UK passed the law of conversion of standard e-bikes to electric e-bikes in 2010.
Harlow-based electric bike company, PowaCycle, sells its products through its online store. This is especially true for buyers based in England and Wales. People residing in other places in the UK can order their PowaCycle electric bikes on the phone.
The models include Continental GT, and Continental models are equipped with intuitive brushless motors and Shimano 8-speed hub gear. The Extreme model has a triple mode with a front-hub brushless motor and Shimano 24-gear mechanism.
Riga LPX, Prague LPX, Puma LPX, Lynx LPX, Salisbury LPX, and Windsor LPX e-bikes have a triple mode with a 200W brushless motor and six-speed Shimano gears. These are equipped with Lithium-ion batteries.
Milan2 LPX is fitted with a new Lithium-ion battery with triple mode, six-speed Shimano gears, and a 200W brushless motor. All PowaCycle electric bikes are priced affordably. Finally, the Old-Type Puma LPX comes with a Shimano 24-gear mechanism, independent twist grip throttle, triple mode, and rear-hub brushless motor.
Nottingham-based Raleigh is one of the globe’s oldest cycle brands. It was established in 1887 by Sir Frank Bowden. Today it belongs to Netherlands-based Accell Group, which is Europe’s one of the leading bike companies owning many bike brands.
Raleigh started mass-producing and marketing electrically-assisted bicycles in the 1990s. Pedalfest, a cycling festival, was launched by Raleigh in 2018 to create opportunities for families to indulge in healthy entertainment.
The company manufactures e-bikes in four different categories. The hybrid e-bike is a pedal bike fitted with a lightweight and powerful motor for accelerated speed and comfort. The folding range is compact and designed to save storage space. These bikes have a feather-light motor with a handlebar display for adjustments of pedal assistance modes.
Then there are specially-designed e-bikes for men and women and cargo electric bikes offering a sustainable mode of transport to many businesses.
Read also: Is Raleigh a good e-bike brand to buy? Brand and models review.
Surrey-based Rayvolt makes retro-styled electric bikes to help riders move about in a sustainable manner. The company makes aesthetically beautiful e-bikes with retro-styled accessories, sophisticated style, customized leatherwork, and advanced technology.
The bikes are made from the best-quality components. Besides the manufacturing facility, the repair and service center is based out of South London. The range of electric bikes from Rayvolt includes Cruzer, Torino, Clubman, Beachin, Ambassador, Ringo, and Trixie.
Cruzer is the original Rayvolt inspired by the 1960s rock culture. Torino reminds me of a bull with a low center of gravity and an aggressive profile. Clubman is an urban e-bike with a sporty and vintage look. Beachin’, as the name suggests, is an adventure e-bike for the beach.
Ambassador has an aristocratic essence with a neoclassical feel. This is for people who like riding traditional cycles. Ringo is for the off-road with a post-apocalyptic look. It is a 2-seater e-bike. Trixie is the tricycle designed for carrying cargo with enough space to carry up to 3 children.
Lancashire-based Ribble is an award-winning e-bike company. It has been around since 1897. The Ribble Cycle Shop has been at the crossroad of Water Lane and Strand Road since 1949. The leadership changed hands in 2017, and currently, the CEO of Ribble is Andy Smallwood, while Jame Burrow is the Head of Product.
The company offers buyers the unique opportunity to order e-bikes from the online store using the BikeBuilder customization tool. Riders can also buy directly from the dealer stores. The brand offers a 30-day test ride scheme to buyers – you can try it for a month and, if not happy, request a return and refund.
Another distinctive feature of the brand is that it promises a 48-hour dispatch. The brand has three exclusive categories of e-bikes – road, off-road, and hybrid electric bikes.
In the road e-bike category, the models are Endurance SL and AL. Off-road e-bike models are CGR AL e and Gravel AL e. Hybrid models include Hybrid AL e, Hybrid AL Step-through, Hybrid AL e Trail, and Urban AL e.
UK-based brand, Ridgeback offers a range of choices to its e-bike customers. It designs and manufactures cargo and commute e-bikes with two types of frame shapes and battery integration. The frame shape options are crossbar and open frame, while the battery configuration options are internal and external.
Butcher is the electric cargo model from Ridgeback, while there are bout 21 different e-bike models under the electric commute product line. The company is headquartered in Milton Keynes.
It was founded in 1983 by Errol Drew. Sportline UK distributes these e-bikes. Buyers can, alternatively, order Ridgeback e-bikes direct from the online store.
The e-bike frames and forks come with a lifetime warranty. Other parts have a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Birmingham-based Tandem Group is a bicycle distributor, primarily with some of the most popular e-bike brands in the country to its name. These include top-notch brands like Falcon, Claude Butler, Elswick, Dawes, LI-FE, Pure, Quella, and Squish. All of these brands have an incredible reputation in the British market and also internationally.
Designing and engineering bicycles mainly for the UK market, the company has a vast reservoir of experience in the development of electric and conventional bikes. Squish is one of their latest additions, and this is a lightweight kid’s e-bike product line.
The e-bikes are all fitted with components from Bafang, Shimano, and Tektro. Claud Butler is a 135-year-old brand with its name in mountain, gravel, and daily commute bikes. Dawes was started by Charles Dawes in 1906 and made bikes, especially for the armed forces. Elswick is the other name for elegance on two wheels, with its roots in 1910. A low step-through frame with a vintage essence is the key characteristic of this brand.
Falcon has been around since the 1930s and is primarily for kids aged 6 years and above. Li-Fe is a new-age offering from the brand to meet the changing needs of mobility in a modern-day city.
With a 5-star rating on Trustpilot, Volt is one of the major electric bike brands in the UK. Based out of central London, the brand was started in 2010 by brothers James and Lyle Metcalfe. The factory is in Milton Keynes.
Volt symbolizes reliability, premium quality, and exceptional performance. Some of the brand offerings include free test rides, free delivery and assembly in the UK, and servicing across the country. The brand designs and manufactures 12 different models covering categories like urban, hybrid, mountain, and folding e-bikes.
The e-bike components are from top brands like Shimano gears, while batteries are from Sony and Panasonic. The model lineup consists of London, Infinity, Infinity LS, Regent, Connect, Metro, Metro LS, Kensington, Burlington, Alpine, Pulse, and Pulse LS.
Buyers can buy the e-bikes from the Volt Showroom, the online store of the brand, or from about 100 dealers across the UK. The SpinTech™ is Volt’s proprietary system that ensures smarter and more efficient e-bike rides for end-users.
Located on St Leonards on Sea, Whyte Bikes is a 22-year-old British bike company. The brand is known and has received numerous awards for its innovative mountain bikes. The line of products from Whyte includes urban, gravel, and eMTBs.
The pedal-assist range from Whyte uses motors from top brands like Shimano and Bosch. The handlebars are fitted with remote control switches to enable the rider to customize the range.
Some of the models from the brand include the likes of Super Enduro, RSX Enduro, RS MX Enduro, Clifton, Coniston Step-Through, Coniston Hybrid, and more. The brand has a 14-day return and refund policy.
Established in 2005, Wisper makes DVSA-approved full-throttle controlled e-bikes on their hub-drive e-bikes. This system is a part of the Tailwind range, Wayfarer, and Traditional range. The brand makes full-throttle e-bikes, at present, on order.
The brand has grown to be one of the most popular electric bike brands in the UK due to its four founding principles – use of the latest technology, assured quality, British design, and best price. The brand uses the three-frame idealogy for all its ranges. These are the step-through, folding, and crossbar. The fourth product line from the brand is the Trail range.
The e-bikes are fitted with two types of batteries – a 375Wh and a 575Wh option. The company is based out of Kent, UK. Components are from brands like Shimano, especially the gear system. The company offers interested riders a test ride facility. You can buy Wisper e-bikes from their online store, the brand showroom, or from their dealer network.
Woosh e-bikes are designed to offer the rider a comfortable upright position while riding. This makes climbing hills really easy. The other outstanding feature of Woosh e-bikes is that they come with long-range batteries.
The Southend-based company has a network of local bike shops that can be contacted for any issues with Woosh e-bikes in the UK.
The brand has three distinct e-bike product lines – folding, step-through, and crossbar. The Rambletta belongs to the folding line and is best suited for small, average, and tall riders. The Step-through range includes the Santana 3, which is also suitable for small to tall people. The Crossbar range includes the Camino for small and average-height riders. The Gran-Camino and the Faro are best for tall riders.
Woosh, e-bikes are a great option for trails, city rides, road and off-road rides.
26 Up-And-Coming British e-Bike Brands
The brand Ampere was launched in 2020. The family-run business sells its e-bikes through a chain of retail outlets as well as online. The company is based out of Convent Garden in London.
Besides electric bikes, the company also sells e-scooters and accessories. The product line includes step-through models, especially Deluxe and Tourer S. The X-Trail and the Explorer are the two mountain e-bike models. Mode and Alter are the two folding e-bikes.
Interested buyers can book a free test ride at the Ampere dealer network or online. The brand offers a 12-month warranty on all the models and an extended warranty of another 12 months, which is extra chargeable.
Sussex-based Cairn makes electric bikes for gravel riding. All models of the brand are designed, developed, and tested on the British landscape. The brand is a part of the Rider Group, which is known for the design and manufacture of new-age performance parts, components, gear, and bikes.
Cairn Adventure was the first e-bike launched by the company. It is equipped with a Fazua system. You can request a test ride online at the company website. The Cairn E-Adventure Rambler is one of the latest editions from Cairn.
Cairn e-bikes can go up to 120 km/hr on every battery charge.
Brent-based Cirgo manufactures five lines of electric bikes. These are Cruise, Cub, Club, Cross, and City.
The Cruise is for daily commutes and city rides. The 540Wh battery has a range of 70 miles (110 km). Cub is fitted with a 252Wh Lithium-ion battery and gives a range of 26 miles (42 km). The Club is designed for leisure rides through the city. It has a range of 30 miles (50 km) with a 250Wh battery. City has a range of up to 80 miles (130 km) with its 572 Wh battery and 7-speed internal gear hub.
The cross is fitted with a 378Wh lithium-ion battery with a range of up to 50 miles (80km) and is best suited for a city commute.
London-based Cooler was founded when the owner Paul looked for an electric bike for hill climbing without much effort. What he was looking for he did not find in other brands present. That is how Cooler King was born, for which he sourced a hot frame and top-quality components.
All Cooler electric bikes are designed in London in the head office. The e-bikes are assembled in Asia with the help of internationally-accepted components. The electric bikes are tested in Thailand and Spain.
The brand uses top brands of components to design its superior range of e-bikes. The product lines are Cooler King 750ST, Cooler King 750ST8, Cafe King 750S, Micargi Seattle SS Chopper Beach Cruiser, Cooler Kub 250S Aranchi Special, and Cooler Kub 250S.
A British-made ingenious brand, E-champ e-bikes are made in Buckinghamshire. The factory is in Buckinghamshire, and the frame welding is done in Wellingborough. The saddles are hand-made and hand-upholstered, and each electric bike is made individually.
All E-champ e-bikes have British Hope Tech hydraulic brakes, while the Cafe Racer seat are hand-crafted. The electric bikes are equipped with a 500W Bafang motor with a speed of up to 25 mph (40 kmh). Brake discs are from Bafang. The headlights are large retro-style with adjustment capabilities for daylight and full-beam.
E-go Lite was the first e-bike from the brand, E-go that was created to find a lightweight, smallest, and most portable electric bike that could be put in the boat by the owner with ease. After conducting exhaustive studies, the Lite model was manufactured.
E-go e-bikes are small-sized, foldable, and also the cheapest. After the first e-bike model was introduced and with the growing popularity of E-go electric bikes, the company came up with multiple models. Currently, there are four product lines – Lite+, Max+, Max, and Max+ PRO. The last model is the latest from the brand.
The e-bikes are characterized by fat tires, longer ranges, and larger battery sizes.
This brand was launched in 2022 and is made from top-quality components from established brands like LG, Samsung, and Panasonic. Easybike electric bikes are designed and manufactured in accordance with EU safety regulations.
All e-bikes from the brand come with a one-year guarantee, and customer service is open all days of the week to help customers. The brand is a part of easy.com. The company is headquartered in Walsall, West Midlands. Buyers can pick from a range of frame sizes, ranging from 17 inches and 20 inches.
The battery capabilities range from 7.8Ah to 19Ah. There is also the choice of range, including up to 25 miles (40 km), 50-60 miles (80 – 95 km), and 90 miles (145 km).
The warehouse of Eco e-bikes is in Nottingham, where interested buyers can request test drives for selected models. The warehouse team is extremely experienced in assisting customers with their queries. The delivery services are also coordinated from this warehouse.
The brand offers full-build services as well as pre-delivery services depending on whether the customer wants to receive the fully built e-bike to their address or unboxed and serviced before boxed delivery.
The brand’s own models include a range of fat tye, off-road, crossbar, retro, mountain, folding, step-through, low-step folding, and petite step-through e-bikes. You can also shop for other known e-bike brands from the online store.
Nottinghamshire-based British e-bike company Eco Voltz e-bikes are assembled in the United Kingdom. The components come from the top names in the industry, like Samsung batteries, Bafang motors, Shimano gearsets, and so on. Buyers can order Eco Voltz e-bikes direct from the website or buy them from independent bike dealers.
E-bikes ordered direct from the brand are delivered within 14 days of order. Other than that, the brand offers add-on services like insured security locks, anti-puncture treatment, and more.
Eco Voltz e-bikes are lightweight and versatile. All the models are equipped with extra-powerful motors and batteries with longer lives. All e-bike models come with a 12-month warranty.
The brand is recognized by the Bold Business Group as the “Top E-Bike Companies Within the UK.” Eco Voltz dealers are present across the UK.
EMU was established in 2014 and is a part of the UK-based group Delbanco Meyer. Delbanco is an 85-year-old company manufacturing consumer products and supplying to the whole of Europe and the UK. If you want to go green and follow a healthy lifestyle, this British brand is a go-to option for buyers.
The brand offers three models – Roam, Classic, and Evo. All the models are available in the Crossbar and Step-Through variations. The Roam is for affordable adventures, while the Clasic is for effortless endeavors. The Evo, weighing 18.5 kg (40 lbs), is as light as a feather. Use the EMU guide to help you choose the right model for you.
Founded in 2019 by Alan, Eskute Bike brings innovative and affordable electric bikes to the British market. Operating on the direct-to-customer model, the brand gives a two-year warranty on all its models. There is a 15-day return and refund policy.
The factory is based out of Poland. The team had almost ten years of experience before they decided to start Eskute Bike in 2019. The warehouse is in Poland and the UK. Thanks to this these two warehouses, the brand is able to fulfill its promise of delivery within 5 to 8 days.
There are five models called Netuno, Netuno Plus, Polluno, PollunoPlus, and Star.
Evari e-bikes are handcrafted in the UK. The brand makes carbon frames, ensuring that the e-bike is lightweight with increased stability. The e-bikes are equipped with powerful Bosch components from the 4th CX generation. The 500 Wh battery is from Bosch PowerTube, and there are no cables or wires to be seen. The battery and motor are integrated.
The headlight is fitted onto the handlebars with a smartphone mount that can be used with the Evari App.
Established in 2019, Ezego is based out of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. The managing director of the company is James. The company is completely focused on using the best brands for parts and components in all the models.
The batteries, for example, are from Samsung. The tires are from Kenda, and the adjustable stem is from Promax. The brand has four categories of electric bikes – Commute, Fold, Step-Through, and Trail.
The Commute has four models. Fold has three models, and Step-through and Trail have two models each. The brand has a 14-day refund and returns policy.
Hurrecane is the only company in the UK that offers a lifetime warranty on the motor, batteries, LCD, and all components. The company is based out of Calleva Park
Aldermaston. Currently, the company sells its e-bike models through its online store. All accessories are available at the online store.
There are four distinct product lines from Hurrecane. These are Cruiser e-bikes that are fit for beach rides, fat bike that suits tough terrains, hybrids that are suitable for city rides and everyday use, and mountain bikes for adventures.
Maeving is based out of Coventry. The brand has a special offer for interested buyers who can request a free test ride at the company headquarters.
Maeving e-bikes are easy to handle with removable batteries, producing a range of up to 80 miles (130 km). The e-bikes are fitted with an anti-theft tracker. With low maintenance requirements, Maeving e-bikes have a top speed of 45 mph (70 kmh).
The brand has one model at present called RM1. The removable battery can be plugged anywhere and takes about 3.5 hours to charge.
Mark2 is based out of Andover, UK. The company offers a three-year warranty on motors, batteries, and other components while a five-year warranty on the frame. It has a return policy of 30 days.
Mark2 e-bikes use frames, batteries, motors, and electric systems from Denmark-based Promovec. The brand is also a partner with Batribike, which is also powered by Promovec.
Mark2 has five product lines – X-Cross 450, X-Cross 520, Scrambler, Scrambler C, and Scrambler CX. Interested buyers can fill in the online form to request a test ride at the brand showroom at Andover.
MiRider e-bikes are assembled in the UK. Rated as excellent, the e-bikes have a two-year warranty. The company is based out of Croftwood Square, Wigan, UK.
The company has a couple of models: MiRider One, GB3 folding e-bike, and different editions of MiRider electric bikes. MiRider One has an innovative design with a streamlined chassis. The frame is made from lightweight magnesium alloy. It is fitted with a 7Ah/ 252Wh battery for a longer range.
E-bikes from the brand can be ordered from the online store at present. A strategic return and refund policy is also in place.
Founded in 2013, Morfuns is a direct-to-customer brand. The company is based out of London, UK. Morfuns e-bikes can be returned within 14 days of delivery.
The brand has one e-bike model currently. It is the Eole S with a carbon fiber folding frame. It is fitted with a 250W motor and a 36V 4Ah LG battery. The e-bike has a range of up to 115 km and a top speed of up to 25 km/hr. It weighs only 15kg (33 lbs).
The self-designed e-bikes are primarily made for riders in the UK, Europe, America, and Japan. Some of the reasons why the brand e-bike is highly popular are the independent design, D2C model, fast shipping locally, 14-day trial period, two-year warranty, and round-the-clock accessible customer service.
London-based Mycle was founded by Michael Wooldridge because he was driven by the objective of finding an easier alternative to transportation around London. Each Mycle e-bike is designed, assembled, inspected, and test-driven in the workshop in London.
Mycle e-bikes come in five separate categories – folding, cargo, hybrid, fat tire, step-through, and off-road. These e-bikes can be test driven across different locations in and around London. The permanent store of the brand is at Ruxley Manor Garden Centre.
The brand has a dedicated Mycle line that passes through some great hotspots in London, like Soho, the City, and the Convent Garden. The cycle route starts at Portobello Road, just outside of the brand store, and ends at the Broadway Market and has been created to offer riders some awesome sights of London at leisure and in a healthy manner.
NewGen is a British brand that is built in Somerset and designed in London. The e-bikes have rust-proof frames made from aluminum. The seats are made from vegan leather and hand-stitched. The cargo decks are designed in the signature style.
Buyers can take a test ride of NewGen e-bikes at the London store. The Easy Commuter is for daily rides with street tires, upright handlebars, Tektro mechanical disc brakes, and a plush saddle. It has a range of up to 20 miles (32 km), but with a long-range power pack, the range can be increased up to 50 miles (80 km).
The Versatile Cruiser helps you travel comfortably every day. It is fitted with a handcrafted maple cargo deck. It is equipped with an eight-speed Shimano gear system and has a range of up to 50 miles (80 km).
The Off-road Explorer is fitted with a 750W Bafang motor, suspension fork, mudguards, wide handlebars, and dirt-specific knobbly tires. It has a thumb throttle. It is only meant for use on private land and is not legal to drive on the streets and public roads due to the 750W motor.
RooDog is a ten-year-old electric bicycle company. The company is based out of Hornsea, UK. At the brand showroom, riders can book a free test ride. The brand is a family-run business and was established in 2013. RooDog e-bikes have a two-year warranty on the motor and warranty.
There are four distinct product lines from RooDog. The first one is the city e-bike. The models are Polka Dot, Mayfair, Chic, Tourer, and Chic Grande. The second line is the mountain range. The models are Avatar Mountain Step-Over and Avatar Step-Through.
Rogue is the Cruising e-bike. The Cosmo and Bliss are folding e-bike models. There is a Kids’ e-bike range too and an electric dirt e-bike too.
Beginning in 2020, Shark e-bikes started launching their e-bike models. The first was the Tiger Shark and Angel Shark. The company is based in Yorkshire. The products from the brand encompass mountain product lines to step-through models. The models are available with mid-motors and rear-hub motors.
Riders can buy the e-bike models from the brand store in Yorkshire or order them online. The mountain range consists of two models – Tiger Shark and Hammerhead Shark. The Commute & Leisure E-bike range consists of three models – Mago Shark, Reef Shark, and Angel Shark.
The e-bike company has a thirty-day return and refund policy.
UK-based brand, Synch designs and handbuild their e-bikes in Dorset. These are not mass-produced, and the e-bikes are fully assembled and hand-delivered to customers. The company offers a 12-month warranty on the motor and battery and a 24-month warranty on all other parts.
Synch e-bikes are characterized by a 250W motor with a speed restricted to 15.5 mph (25 kmh). The e-bikes are fitted with hydraulic brakes and Shimano 7-speed derailleur. All e-bikes have a two-year warranty. The battery charges fully in five hours.
The brand has two product lines – Synch Monkey and S-Cargo. Synch Monkey has three models – Super Monkey, Mini Monkey, and Supertail Monkey. All Synch accessories are available at the online store.
Bristol-based Temple has been around since 2014. It was started by Matt while he was studying at the University of Bristol in Mechanical Engineering. The brand makes Classic and Step-Through electric bikes.
Both lines are meant for urban, adventure, and countryside rides. Both the e-bike product lines have a range between 60 and 120 km (35 – 75 miles) with a 500Wh Samsung battery. The models are equipped with a mid-drive 250W mid-drive motor producing 80 Nm torque and hydraulic disc brakes.
Buyers who are not happy with their e-bikes can return them within 30 days of purchase. A five-year warranty is provided on the frame, while a two-year warranty is provided for electrical parts.
Recognized as the UK’s specialist e-bike company, Westhill is based out of a small hamlet in East Devon called West Hill. The company offers a three-year warranty on the e-bike frame and a two-year warranty on the battery, motor, and electrical components.
The Classic Step-Through e-bike has Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, Shimano Altus seven-speed gears, a Bafang hub motor, and a 14Ah Samsung battery. The 26” tires are from Kenda. Link Folding e-bike is powered 10.5Ah Samsung battery and Kenda 20” tires. It also has an advanced display screen.
The Ranger Hybrid e-bike is meant for multi-terrain rides. It is fitted with Shimano gears, Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, a Bafang hub motor with 45Nm torque, and a 14Ah LG battery. The tires are from Kenda.
The Venture Mountain e-bike has Shimano shifters in the front and rear, and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, and a Bafang hub motor. The 14Ah 36V battery is from Samsung.
Designed and manufactured in the UK, Zipper electric bikes come in a range of city, mountain, and folding electric bikes. Since the production happens within the UK, and the brand is associated with a specialized delivery partner, Zipper e-bikes are free and fast within the country.
Nothing much is known about the brand’s evolution as the brand website has no such details. The e-bikes can be ordered from the online store. The models are Z5 city e-bike, Z1S folding e-bike, Z6 mountain e-bike, Z6X mountain e-bike, Zipper-Stealth Fat Bike, Z2 with waterproof wiring, and Z4 folding mountain e-bike.
Accessories and spare parts are available at the online store.
26 European E-bike Brands Actively Present in the UK
There are several brands designed and manufactured in the EU, and they are pretty popular in the United Kingdom. A few of them have their warehouses and offices in Britain. These brands are available online as well can be bought from showrooms directly. These brands are:
ADO is based out of Frankfurt, Germany, with distributors in the UK. The top model from the brand is DECE 300M.
Ampler e-bikes is a German brand fitted with an anti-theft mechanism, with a range of 60 km. The models are Axel, Juna, Curt, Stout, and Stellar.
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BH is based out of Alava, Spain, and its model, Aerolight, has been awarded the IF Design Award. The models are all about agility and consistent geometry.
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BMC is headquartered in Grenchen, Switzerland, and was started in 1986 with four different product lines – road, urban, mountain, and gravel.
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Germany-headquartered Canyon has its UK office in Chessington. The company makes e-road, e-mountain, e-gravel, and e-city e-bikes.
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German-based Corratec is all about quality, innovation, and sportiness. The models are Ilink 180, MTC 120, RS 160, and MTC 100.
Cube is based out of Bavaria and was launched in 1993. The production facility of the brand is in Waldershof. It sells in the UK through dealers.
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French sporting goods retailer Decathlon is the maker of the Rockrider, the mountain e-bike. The model can be ordered online or from Decathlon stores in the UK.
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French company Eovolt designs and manufactures three ranges of e-bikes: 16-inch, 20-inch, and 24-inch electric bikes.
Freego is US based and was launched in 2013 by Mr Kevin Chu. The brand is registered in the US, EU, Hong Kong, and Mainland China.
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Haibike is a German brand based out of Schweinfurt since 1995. You can order their mountain and trekking e-bikes from a dealer near you in the UK.
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US-based Hovsco has been operational since 2019, making city and mountain e-bikes. It has warehouses in the UK and Germany.
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Hygge e-bikes were born in Denmark, the ‘Nation of Cyclists.’ UK residents can order electric bikes from the online store.
KBO is a German brand located in München, Bayern, Germany. Interested buyers can order the e-bike models online.
Knapp e-bike was founded by Robin Cats and Michael Flaring in 2019. You can order Knapp e-bikes online in the UK.
Austria-based KTM has its head office in Mattighofen. There are many e-bike stores in the UK that sell KTM E-bikes.
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75-year-old LaPierre is a French brand to reckon with. Order the branded e-bikes online or from electric bike stores near you in the UK.
MATE is located in Copenhagen in, Denmark. It does not have a brick-and-mortar store in the UK, but residents can order online.
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Mondraker is headquartered in Elche, Spain, and makes e-bikes in the categories of trail, urban, and gravel categories. The e-bikes are sold in the UK through dealers.
Moustache e-bike is headquartered in Lorraine, France. The brand has a well-developed network of dealers in the United Kingdom.
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Orbea is based out of Mallabia in Spain. UK residents can order these e-bikes.
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Riese & Muller
Germany-headquartered Riese & Muller is based out of Darmstadt. There are dedicated dealers of the brand in the UK.
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Scott is based out of Givisiez, Switzerland. There are about 200 dealers selling Scott e-bikes in the UK.
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Stromer is based out of Oberwangen near Bern, Switzerland. Since the brand has no store in the UK, UK residents can order directly for e-bikes online.
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Vanmoof is based out of Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands. With multiple dealers in the country, you can order online or from physical stores.
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16 Other International Brands With Distributors and Dealers in the UK
Besides EU-based brands, UK e-bike riders have numerous choices of international brands that are shipped to the UK from other parts of the world. These e-bike brands sell their electric bikes through their online stores or through partners and distributors at physical stores.
US brand Cyrusher is based out of Utah. The brand has a UK warehouse, and orders are delivered within 2 to 5 days.
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California-based Ecotric is based out of Oakland. E-bikes to the UK are shipped directly from the US and Canada warehouses.
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Eleglide is a Hong Kong-based electric bike manufacturing company. The company does not have a distributor or dealer in the UK. E-bikes can be ordered online.
E Life Cycles Inc.
E Life Cycles Inc.: Started in El Dorado Hilla, California. E Life Cycles has a retail showroom in the UK. The company is owned by Craig Badolian.
China-based Engwe has a presence in almost 30 countries in the world. Orders to the UK are shipped from the UK warehouse and take between 3 and 10 days.
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Giant is headquartered in Taichung County in Taiwan but has a well-established network of dealers in the UK.
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US e-bike brand Himiway is based out of California. Though there are no physical dealer stores of the brand in the UK, you can order online.
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Kona e-bike company is headquartered in Ferndale, Washington. There is only one dealer store in the UK.
Lectric is based in Phoenix, Arizona. The e-bikes can be ordered online.
Magnum e-bike is an American brand located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Magnum e-bikes can be ordered online.
Merida e-bikes are manufactured in Yuanlin City, Taiwan. It is about 50 years old. There is one dealer located at Staveley in the UK.
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Washington-based Rad Power is a premium US e-bike brand. The company ships to the UK, taking about 10 days to deliver.
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Part of the Sameway Group, Samebike is based out of Huadu, Guangzhou. The company sells in the UK through its online store and dealer stores.
Specialized electric bikes are based out of California. The brand has a chain of dealers in the United Kingdom.
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Tern is located in Taipei in Taiwan. Tern e-bike dealers are located in Edinburg.
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US brand Trek is based out of Waterloo, Wisconsin. UK buyers can buy Trek e-bikes from dealers in the country.
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