Electric Bikes – Not All Electric Bikes are created equal

Brushed Aluminum - BlackPedego electric bikes were designed from the ground up to be an electric bike. We have learned that building a high quality electric bike requires more than just putting a motor on the front wheel of a regular bike. The Pedego brand is superior to all other electric bikes because of the details in the design.

How fast does a Pedego electric bike go?
Pedegos go up to 20mph, the legal limit for electric bicycles.

How far does it go?
Depending on the model you choose, Pedegos can travel 20-30 miles on a single charge.

Is the motor loud?
Not at all, it is very quiet. In fact, most people you pass will never realize that it is electric!

What type of bike do I need?
For those over 200lbs, we recommend the Interceptor model, which comes with our 48v battery for maximum power.

Do I have to pedal to assist the motor?
No! One twist of the throttle and you are moving, no pedaling required. Hills? No problem!

Can I choose the color of my bike?
Yes! Customize your ride online according to your personal style, we have seen all sorts of color combinations!

Do I need a special registration or license? Do I need to wear a helmet? How old do I have to be to ride?

We highly recommend wearing a helmet for your safety regardless of the laws in your jurisdiction. Helmet rules vary from place to place. Some, but not all States, such as California, require helmets when operating electric bicycles. Please check your DMV laws.



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