Top 10 Fastest Electric Bicycles with Motorbike Speeds (2018 Prices and Specifications)

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What is the fastest you can pedal on a bicycle? We would say around 25 miles per hour if you have a decent racing two wheeler and are in a good shape. But would you want to go faster?

Electrically powered bicycles allow you to do just that and their top speeds can reach 60 miles or 100 kilometers per hour.

That is incredibly fast and probably not safe, but we are not here to judge whether a thrill ride is worth compromising one’s safety. In this episode we have prepared a lineup of the fastest electric bicycles that exist today and could be bought if you are a true fan of fast riding.

Bicycles featured in this video:
BULTACO BRINCO RB: bultaco.com/blog/en/brinco-r-b-la-esencia-de-la-diversion

The Spanish company Bultaco Motors has always been and will remain the manufacturer of motorcycles, however due to the growing demand for electrically powered bicycles they chose to expand their lineup by a few motopeds.

Stealth B-52: stealthelectricbikes.com/stealth-b-52-bomber

Stealth B-52 is ready for years of extreme riding and its cromoly frame, Incredible brakes from Magura and suspension from MRP will overcome anything that you throw at it.

Rimac Greyp G12S: greyp.com

Engineers at Rimac Automobili, the Croatian company that created a 1080-horsepower electric supercar, have partnered with Greyp in order to create a new means of electric city transport. Their collaboration resulted in the creation of G12S

Delfast: delfastbikes.com

The line between a motorcycle and an ebike has been blurred by the recent arrival of high performance newcomers to the market. Among them we want to highlight Delfast, which is manufactured by the same named Ukrainian company.

Neematic FR/1: neematic.com

Neematic FR/1 is a fully-electrical hybrid of a bicycle and a motorcycle. It combines features of a dirt and a mountain bike and accelerates to 50 mph.

Vector Vortex: www.vectorebike.com/bikes/vortex.html

Vector Vortex is the fastest and most powerful product created by a Munich-located company, Vector E-bikes. It accelerated to 50 mph and has a 120-mile range.

Scrambler: www.vintageelectricbikes.com/pages/scrambler#

Created by a California-based company Vintage Electric, Scrambler is all about fun and adventure no matter the terrain. It is also fast, with top speed reaching 36 mph in the Race mode.

Q140R Boost: 72V 150A: www.qulbix.com/qulbix-products/qulbix-e-bikes/q140r-boost-e-bike

Q140R Boost is a top performance electric bike offered by a Slovenian manufacturer, Qulbix. It delivers 140 lb-ft of torque and punches to almost 45 mph.

HPC Revolution X7: hi-powercycles.com/2018-hpc-revolution-x

Among the 2018 additions to the lineup of Hi-Power Cycles is the Revolution X7 that is one of the fastest electric bikes in the world, that is capable of reaching the top speed of 60 miles per hour.

Kraken AWD 2.0: topgunbikes.com/product/kraken-awd

Top Gun Bikes lineup includes one of the world’s most powerful electrically driven two-wheelers with pedals, which is appropriately named the Kraken.

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  1. What you have designed, is a rich man's toy. You won't be getting the average Joe on it. Not at that prices. If average Joe has family they come first. Only selfish people would drop 5 or 10 grand on a toy. Next time look for your target audiences on he level of the filthy rich. Because average Joe is on an build it yourself gas powered bicycle. Thank You.

  2. Make those motors faster and faster. Don't let any government get involved in the regulation of ebikes! It's the only way ebiking will expand.

  3. I miss the "Red RSR" by swiss manufacturer Back2Green.
    Power is up to 10kW, Topspeed over 60MPH and a Range of about 60 miles.

  4. Just get a Sondors for 10% of the price of these bikes with just as good of performance. Seriously, these bikes are MASSIVELY overpriced. Sondors is the only realistically priced e-bike on the market unless you build one yourself.

  5. If they make street bikes to fast idiots will be reckless & than cause more regulations . Keep them low speed & save the sport stuff for off road or it gets registered like a motor bike. I think age should apply . Some states will impound the bike if under 16yrs. old. & or a fine otherwise for unregistered e- bikes over 20mph .

  6. all so expensive and not one of them looks good design wise. Onyx's RCR bike is smashing the competition right now though, and for not that much at all.

  7. The pussified generation thinks 35 mph is fast lmao. A fair price and fast e bike for me would go 60 mph minimum and cost $2,500 max. I have not inherited daddy's millions blue collar and hell I like to go fast and have testosterone not estrogen like the mangina betas of today. I am a old school man.

  8. Take a look at Alta Red Shift electric motorcycles. They are cheaper than these bicycles, with so much more power, greater range and offer greater power to weight ratio.
    You would have to be an idiot to by one of these bicycles over an Alta Red Shift.

  9. the highway code requires your consent. the roads belong to us the restriction is in one's mind ie no number-plate/tag no ID and the police can't chase you. if you want a 60 mph ebike just get on with it

  10. Unfortunately what ever bike you are gonna buy from that list its rules are annoying if I need a damn licence to drive a e bike why do I even want to buy one then… That was the whole point of e bikes Fast. Small. But if I have to have a licence to drive one why not just make motorcycle one and buy a real motorcycle thats sad how this shitty system works thats why only one reasonable bike from that list is the grype 12 cuz of its 24 kmh Street option and other 2 for Off road OR Street with licence..

  11. in not so fr away future, when ebikes will be on daily basis, then ebike stunt and ebike champions will appear. Now we need cheeepeeeer batteries:))

  12. I think limiting the speed of an electric bike would be a hard thing to enforce. There will always be individuals and companies that make upgrades for higher illegal ebike speeds. Instead of limiting speed, why not license levels of capability, so one earns the right to go faster. If you want to die on your bike, that's your business. If you want to drive into the side of a house at 40mph and do so while not having bike insurance, go for it. Just get ready for prison while in a body cast. Let the dumb beware.

  13. I just went and made my own. I took a Santa Cruz superlight and put I'm a 52.2 v battery to a BBSHD motor. I ride it highly illegally. It weighs maybe 50 lbs and i can race cars with it cost me $5000 or so to make. I have had it to 50 but the acceleration is insane.

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