Sun. May 22nd, 2022

If you are considering buying an electric bike, the choices are endless. From budget models that come with a basic specification and few frills, to high-end two-wheelers with all the trimmings.

Models like the budget Ampler Curt will do, but higher-end e-bikes including the Cowboy 4 and Specialized Turbo Vado 4.0 are dream machines. Unfortunately, they are expensive, so stick with just that for those on a tight budget to play with.

Consequently, many of us have to return to a more budgetary solution. While cheaper e-bikes like the ones above will get the job done, another option is to turn your existing bike into an e-bike. The demand for affordable e-bike solutions has seen a growing range of e-bike conversion kits developed by inventive companies who have spotted a potentially lucrative gap in the market.

Turbo Vado 4.0 Specialized (2022)

The Specialized Turbo Vado 4.0 is an exceptional electric bike, but will exceed the budget of many cyclists (Image credit: Rob Clymo)

Across the country, there are thousands of unused bikes in sheds, garages, hallways and guest rooms. We are now actively encouraged to resurrect them whenever possible. In fact, the UK has announced a Fix your Bike Voucher Scheme, which can give you a £50 voucher towards the cost of getting your tired old two-wheeler back in working order.

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