Depending on the features you want, the price of a woman’s electric bike can be as low as $350 or as high as $7,000. Shimano, Canyon, and Embolden offer excellent electric bikes, but how much does it cost? The first thing to consider, especially in women’s electric bicycle, is customer service and construction quality. Then decide which type of bike best fits your needs and budget.
Shimano electric bike
You can find an electric bicycle with the best features for a reasonable price. If you are interested in purchasing one, the price may not be your biggest concern as long as you know what features to look. The Shimano women’s electric bike has a full range of features that will satisfy your needs. The price is not a deal-breaker, as you will get what you paid.
Canyon Grail: ON
The Grail: ON is a powerful off-road electric bike featuring a Bosch Gen4 CX Performance electric motor and a carbon steel frame. Its frame is stiffer than average, with a lower-mounted low bar, which enhances stability during sprints. Its cockpit is designed specifically for a woman’s frame, with a custom-fitted VCLS 2.0 Seatpost. It offers excellent vibration absorption, too.
Liv Thrive E+1 Pro
The Liv Thrive E+1 Pro electric bicycle has many great features that will make it an excellent choice for your commute. Its flat bar design has commuters in mind and includes built-in rack systems for your cargo. In addition, the Liv SyncDrive Pro motor provides a natural E-bike experience, and Smart Assist Technology automatically adjusts support levels based on your pedaling input.
Embolden E+1 Pro
The first thing to consider is size. The Liv electric bike is available in various sizes to suit any woman. It is ergonomically designed for a woman’s petite figure with matching front basket racks, a child seat with a Thule Yepp Maxi, and a stylish helmet. Most bikes will ship for $99 and come with free shipping. They also come with a two-year warranty.
Canyon Embolden E+1 Pro
The Canyon Embolden E+1 Pro for ladies is available in four different sizes: XS, SM, MD, and LG. Each model has five different modes that can be adjusted for the rider’s comfort level. This electric bike features a SyncDrive Pro motor with 80Nm of torque that supports up to 360% of the rider’s pedaling effort. The drive system, which comes from Shimano or Bosch, complies with regional laws. In addition, it has a lower Q factor than a traditional bike to be used in less-slower terrain.
Shimano Embolden E+1 Pro
The Shimano Embolden E+1 PRO women’s electric bike costs just $349. It features a suspension system for the front and rear wheels, which is a major plus for trail riders. In addition, the mid-drive system means little maintenance while riding, and the bike is easier to dismount and remount. In addition, the integrated setup helps to extend the lifespan of the motor and brakes.
Specialized Thrive E+1 Pro
Liv’s Thrive E+ Pro e-bike has been specifically designed for female riders. This model uses components from both men’s and women’s bikes, but it uses a motor specifically for women that can last up to 70 miles per charge. The Liv Thrive E+ Pro also features a battery pack from Giant EnergyPak Smart 375, providing up to 70 miles of electric cycling on a single charge. Additionally, the Liv Thrive E+ 1 Pro’s pedal-assist system offers six sensors that help the rider know when to adjust the assistance level.