Researching a new bike can be daunting. With an array of different options it can be confusing when buying your first electric scooter or bike. To help you select the right product we've compiled a list of handy tips and things to look for when buying a women's electric bike. Check out our Electric Bikes page for all the options.
- What frame size do I need?
- What is the battery life?
- How to choose a comfortable riding style?
- How long does it take to charge?
- Will it be suitable for me?
1. What frame size do I need?
The frame sizes for womens electric bikes can differ.
2. What is the battery life?
The maximum range of an electric bike depends on the battery. Our best seller with women is our Roodog Chic Electric bike range and the charge on that bike is 30 miles.
3. How to choose a comfortable riding style?
The riding position on different bikes can vary.
4. How long does it take to charge?
The time it takes to charge a womens electric bike can vary. Our Polkadot Electric Bike takes around 4-6 hours to charge from flat.
5. Will it be suitable for me?
A key thing to consider is the terrain on which you'll be riding your electric bike.
We have a number of bikes all made for different terrain. Our Roodog Avatar range comes in two versions, The Avatar crossbar and The Avatar step-through electric bike and these are our mountain range, however we have other bikes more suited to commuters in big cities such as our EMU cross-bar electric bike or our Roodog Mayfair Electric Bike, which are all great options.
What are your tips for buying a womens electric bike?
Have you recently bought a womens electric bike? Let us know how you got on.