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The Longest Range Electric Bikes in the World

The Longest Range Electric Bikes in the World

With so many long-range electric bikes on offer today, there’s no need to compromise on power for the sake of battery life. Swapping features for strength is a thing of the past, and if you’re looking for a new electric bike to prove it, this list is a great place to start. Here, you’ll find a variety of some of the longest-range electric bikes on offer, including everything from off-road beasts with powerful suspensions and light frames, to inner-city options equipped with carrying racks and blinking turn signals.

Whether you’re looking to make your commute a breeze or to add a thrill to your weekend adventures, there’s a great long-range electric bike for you here. And if you already know you’re after something specific, then take a glance at our top picks below.



The Delfast Bikes Top 3.0 is the longest-range electric bike in the world – as verified by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2018! This ingenious machine is a true feat of human engineering, with a turbo-charged 6000-Watt motor and a phenomenal 200-mile range on a 48Ah battery. It’s got some nice bonus features too, like eco and city riding modes – making it a great pick for the modern rider.


Qwic has done an amazing job getting the price down on their Premium MN7 eBike. This isn’t just the cheapest long-range electric bike you’ll find, but also one of the best all-rounders, thanks to its combination of pedal assist modes, hydraulic brakes, and a comprehensive gear setup. The MN7 comes in male and female geometries and sizes small to extra-large, making it a truly inclusive option.


Fuell’s high-concept Flluid E-bike is uniquely placed to take on modern cities. This bike uses two batteries instead of one, doubling its range to a bumper 124 miles. With a sleek aesthetic and tech-friendly features, including an LED battery meter and five pedal-assist levels, this is a great city bike with an attractive profile. A PIN code system and GPS tracker also make this one of the best bikes in terms of anti-theft mechanisms. 


The Optibike R16C eMTB is a perfect long-range electric bike for those handling mountain trails and scree slaloms. With a massive 180-mile range, this is a great option for multi-stage runs over long weekends, and the powerful 1650-Watt motor provides plenty of torque throughout the bike’s battery life. Beyond this, the R16C has a full suspension and a carbon fiber frame, giving you full control while keeping everything nice and lightweight. 


An e-road bike that sits at the top of its class, the Specialized S-Works Turbo Creo SL is truly a bike to behold. Though expensive, this bike is more than worth its asking price, thanks to a delicate blend of powerful features built into a super-sleek unisex geometry. This is the lightest long-range eBike you’ll find, but it’s just as powerful as its heavier brethren, with a 240-watt motor and an 80-mile range on an efficient 320Wh battery. User-friendly controls and optional app integration make this bike easy to fall in love with and even better to ride.

1. Dost Drop

A mixed-use long-range electric bike designed for riding country trails and cruising through the city, the Dost Drop is a powerful, comprehensive vehicle ideal for mid to long-range journeys. With an absolutely phenomenal 120-mile range thanks to its 25Ah battery, this is a bike that can carry you over vast distances in its satisfying pedal assist mode. A gear rack is included on the bike’s rear, and you can opt-in for optional bells and panniers for a truly complete purchase.


  • 500-Watt Mid-Drive motor
  • Gears: Bafang SD01 sensor
  • 5V USB port
  • 5-level pedal assist
  • Dual battery system
  • Front-wheel suspension
  • Integrated rear rack
  • Integrated lights
  • Puncture-resistant tires
  • Five levels of Pedal Assist and throttle on demand


  • 25Ah battery
  • Est. Range: 120 miles
  • Max speed: 28 mph
  • Maximum torque: 120 nM

2. Qwic Premium MN7

Available in various sizes and both male and female geometries, the Qwic Premium MN7 is an affordable long-range electric road bike with a respectable 85-mile range in pedal-assist mode. An LCD makes its five levels of pedal assist easy to manage, while a Shimano Nexus 7 gear hub ensures a smooth ride on any incline. Thanks to its closed-chain mechanism, this bike is also maintenance-free!


  • Hydraulic brakes 
  • Gears: Shimano Nexus 7 hub 
  • LCD 
  • 5-level pedal assist
  • Mid-drive motor


  • 417Wh battery
  • Est. Range: 75-85 miles
  • Maximum torque: 80 nM

3. Optibike R15C eMTB

For those looking for something to take on mountain trails and steep valley runs, the Optibike R16C eMTB is a perfect choice. This powerful 1650-Watt machine is equipped with a full suspension and a Rohloff Speedhub 500 transmission, putting all the control in your hands. A light carbon fiber frame and swingarm allow for precision steering, and the vast 180-mile range makes this a brilliant long-distance choice.


  • 1650-Watt
  • Gears: Rohloff Speedhub 500
  • Full suspension
  • Carbon fiber frame


  • 31.5Ah battery
  • Est. Range: 180 miles
  • Top speed: 36 mph
  • Maximum torque: 190 nM

4. Juiced Bikes HyperScrambler 2

A fat-tire eBike that blends classic and futuristic aesthetics for something truly contemporary, the HyperScrambler 2 is a great electric road bike for use on long journeys or mixed-terrain city riding. With a powerful 1000-Watt motor and an 8-speed Shimano transmission, the HyperScrambler is capable of taking on even the steepest of slopes. Plus, its super-bright headlamp and blinking turn signals make it perfect for use on traffic-heavy roads and in busy urban environments.


  • 1000-Watt Bafang Motor
  • Gears: 8-speed Shimano transmission 
  • Super bright headlamp
  • Turn signals
  • Twist throttle
  • LCD
  • Puncture-resistant tires
  • Dual suspension
  • Hydraulic disc brakes
  • Brake lights
  • USB power port


  • 19.2Ah battery
  • Est. Range: 100 miles
  • Top speed: 30 mph
  • Weight: 119 lbs

5. Delfast Bikes Top 3.0

Delfast’s Top 3.0 is without a doubt the longest-range electric bike in the world. This incredible machine set the Guinness World Record in 2018 for the longest-distance electric bicycle ever made, and what’s even more remarkable is that it still has an affordable mid-range price. This bike isn’t just good for distance, however. It also includes a front light, optional racks, and eco and city riding modes to help make your battery last. All in all, it’s one of the best mixed-use electric bikes out there.


  • 6000-Watt
  • Gears: Single-gear carbon drive belt
  • Front light
  • Eco and City riding modes


  • 48Ah battery
  • Est. Range: 200 miles
  • Weight: 154 lbs.
  • Max speed: 50 mph
  • Maximum torque: 182 nM

6. Biktrix Juggernaut DUO

While the range on this bike might be a little shorter than some of the other options on this list, the Biktrix Juggernaut more than makes up for it with a highly powerful 1000-Watt motor and super-safe dual-piston hydraulic brakes. A twist throttle gives fantastic haptic feedback, while the rest of the bike’s components can be customized to allow for greater range, stronger shock absorption, and even an unlimited motor.


  • 1000-Watt
  • Dual-piston hydraulic brakes
  • Customizable components
  • Twist throttle


  • 17.5Ah battery
  • Est. Range: 45 miles
  • Max torque: 160 nM

7. WJSWD Electric Snow Bike

For those taking in colder climates, the WJSWD Electric Snow bike makes a staunch companion. With thick 4” tires and a supercharged 1000-Watt motor, this eBike is capable of taking on ice and snow with ease, and its buffered aluminum front shock makes hidden obstacles easy to overcome. The 17Ah battery provides an estimated range of 37 miles, making this a good choice for shorter journeys across difficult terrain.


  • 1000-Watt Brushless motor
  • Gears: 21-speed transmission
  • Hydraulic brakes
  • Front shock


  • 17Ah battery
  • Est. Range: 37 miles
  • Charging time: 7-8 hours
  • Maximum load capacity: 400 lbs

8. Piaoling Profession 400W eMTB

The best long-range electric bike for those getting into the food delivery business, the Pialoing Profession 400W, is designed for carrying piles of goods and comes with two food delivery racks pre-installed. These can, of course, be used to carry other equipment, too, making this a versatile choice for those breaking into the courier space or working as city messengers. With a 70 mile range on one 22Ah battery, it can be charged in the evening and used for work throughout the next day.


  • 400-Watt
  • Gears: Single-gear drive belt
  • Removable battery
  • Food delivery rack 


  • 22Ah battery
  • Est. Range: 70 miles
  • Charging time: 4-6 hours
  • Top speed: 16 MPH

9. Maxfoot 1000-Watt eBike

A very competent long-range electric bike at an affordable price, the Maxfoot 1000-Watt eBike combines some great features for a cheap custom vehicle. A 7-speed Shimano M-310 transmission makes this a versatile pick, and a powerful 1000-Watt motor gives it plenty of kick. The bike’s 14Ah battery allows for 50-60 miles of cycling before running out of juice, making this a good choice for mid-length journeys.


  • 1000-Watt brushless Bafang geared hub motor
  • Gears: 7-speed Shimano M-310
  • Alloy disc brakes
  • Twist throttle
  • Folds in half
  • Five-inch LCD
  • USB charging port


  • 14Ah battery
  • Est. Range: 50-60 miles
  • Charging time: 5-6 hours
  • Maximum load capacity: 300 lbs
  • Maximum speed: 23 MPH

10. Bulls E-Stream EVO AM 4

Bulls always deliver on their brilliant range of bikes, and their E-Stream EVO AM 4 is no exception to the rule. The 250-Watt Browse Drive S Mag motor found here is one of the best in the business, providing super-high torque with a relatively low power intake. The gearing is also up to scratch, with a 12-speed Shimano XT transmission, and when you’ve got all of this on a bike with a 150-mile range, you know you’re onto a winner.


  • 250-Watt Bose Drive motor
  • Gears: 12-speed Shimano XT 
  • 6.5-hour fast charge


  • 20Ah battery
  • Est. Range: 150 miles
  • Weight: 53.25 lbs

11. Fuell Flluid E-Bike

This high-concept futuristic eBike from Fuell is something different. Its unique 2-cell system allows for 124 miles of range on a pair of incredibly efficient 1008Wh batteries, while an LED battery meter helps you to keep track of the power you have left. This bike also has five levels of pedal assist and an 8-speed Shimano Alfine 8 transmission, making it a joy to ride. With a slick, future-forward aesthetic, the Flluid is sure to turn a few heads as you go about your day in the city.


  • 250-Watt
  • Gears: 8-speed Shimano Alfine 8
  • Five pedal-assist levels
  • Two removable batteries


  • 1008Wh battery
  • Est. Range: 125 miles
  • Maximum Torque: 100 nM
  • Maximum speed: 28 MPH
  • Charging time: 5 hours

12. Specialized Turbo Creo SL Expert

Another great mixed-use eBike, the Turbo Creo SL Expert from Specialized, is a strong pick for both city and trail use, with an 11-speed Shimano XT transmission and a highly efficient 240-Watt motor. A Future Shock 2.0 front fork means this bike can handle bumps in the road with ease, and a 320Wh battery provides it with a strong 80-mile range.


  • 240-Watt
  • Gears: 11-speed Shimano XT
  • Hydraulic disc brakes
  • Future Shock 2.0 fork


  • 320Wh battery
  • Est. Range: 80 miles

13. Trek Allant+ 9.9S

The Trek Allant+ 9.9s is a fantastic long-range electric bike, with a sterling 160-mile range on a 625Wh battery. This smart eBike has an integrated smartphone controller, meaning you can slot in your phone for directions, music, stat tracking, and power control, all via one easy app. The bike itself is technically proficient, too, with a high-end carbon frame and a powerful Bosch drive system, including a robust 625-Watt motor.


  • 625-Watt Motor
  • Gears: 12-speed Shimano XT
  • Hydraulic disc brakes
  • Front and rear lighting


  • 625Wh battery
  • Est. Range: 160 miles
  • Top speed: 28 mph
  • Maximum torque: 75 nM
  • Maximum weight limit: 300 lbs

14. Specialized S-Works Turbo Creo SL

A super high-spec choice for those with extra cash to spend, the Specialized S-Works Turbo Creo SL is a top-of-the-range electric long-range electric bike with some brilliant components built-in. The lightest bike in its weight class is a supremely sleek option with a unisex geometry suitable for any rider. A Future Shock 2.0 fork and 11-speed Shimano XT transmission provide you with all the control you need, and an optional integrated smartphone app makes this bike a great premium pick.


  • 240-Watt
  • Gears: 11-speed Shimano XT
  • Unisex geometry
  • Future Shock 2.0 fork


  • 320Wh battery
  • Est. Range: 80 miles
Sebastian Arciszewski

Sebastian Arciszewski

I've been riding electric bikes for eight years and I love the fact that we're entering an age of electrified micro-mobility. Our cities are changing and adapting to the needs that climate change is thrusting upon them. Electrified micro-mobility is the future, and I'm excited to write about it. You can find me on twitter: sebastian_a