The iZip E3 Town:exp stands out among the deluge of electric bikes hitting the market in recent times not just because of its peculiar name, but because it offers both quality and quantity of features.
The iZip E3 Town:exp looks deceptively compact but is still big enough even for tall riders. It's also more powerful than it looks, with a 400-watt rear hub motor allowing for an estimated top speed of 45 km/h. The bike has a removable 48-volt lithium-ion batter that provides a maximum range of around 35 miles under normal use.
Riders of this electric bike are treated with a handle-bar mounted LCD screen that allows them to choose between varying degrees of electric assistance when pedaling.
The iZip E3 Town:exp is available through its North American distributor Currie Tech for $2,900.