Off-Road Electric Bikes for energised, evolved riding
Seeking eBike options from Mild to Wild? We've got you covered. Our background in MTB riding, touring, racing and coaching along with eBike Racing over the last few years has seen us test and prove every bike you'll discover in our range. Every bike has been chosen based on its capacity to withstand the rigours of off-road riding whilst still delivering an optimum mix of quality and affordability.
The eBike sector is a fast moving one, with plenty of new ride options emerging from under the covers for a broad range of fast moving startups and established manufacturers. From DIY to Turnkey options, we've got you covered. We can source kits for you to tackle your own project, using GrinTech products and sourcing batteries, frames from reputable operators. If needed, we'll help you out with a project bike, drawing on our network of experienced suppliers, designers and collaborators who work at the frontier of eBike product development.
If you're seeking something a little different, you might like to take a look at the Bultaco Brinco or get in touch with us to explore bespoke options.
Mild but Tough
We source high quality off-road and street capable eBikes from suppliers that we know and trust, based on their willingness to back their builds and evolve products through their own R&D programs. With container based eBikes aplenty from thinly spread fly-by-night operators, we focus on due diligence before committing to sourcing and supplying quality, affordable eBikes that are backed by local expertise and supportive warranties.
In the Spotlight: eMax
The new eMax EDI 29er MTB is the ideal pedelec off-road mountain bike, built by experienced local suppliers who back it with a 2yr warranty. With a long range battery this Australian made ebike wipes away the competition - the first bike in Australia to use Bafangs new OEM Max Drive motor, combines with classic 29er geometry and high end components to create a singletrack beast / road warrior begging to be ridden. At $3399, these represent tremendous value and quality for their price point. Ask us about a demo ride.
Hang on. I'm here looking for a Stealth..
Ah, Stealth Electric Bikes. Yes, we used to sell those and had a ball racing, demonstrating them at events like the Hunter Electric Vehicle festival and blogging about them. We also watched with increasing concern over the years how they churned their way through dealers and positioned their high powered bikes as a viable legal product (tip - they're not). We consistently advocated for smarter messaging, brand and product development to cater to niche markets with their products, but they're keen to follow the beat of their own drum and push ahead with questionable brand messaging like this in their Instagram feed:
Whilst we wish them well as a niche Australian manufacturer, we also burnt tens of thousands of dollars in product market development and business development without a commercial return. If you're considering becoming a dealer, do your due diligence carefully. Happy to discuss the ex-dealer experiences.