Aventon Level.2: Commuter e-bike with a step-through frame. The Level.2 has a maximum assisted speed of 28mph. It has a torque sensor for responsive pedal assist, as well as a throttle.
Usually sells for $1699-1799 from Aventon. The manufacturer offers a 5% discount for medical providers, military, nurses, first responders, students, and teachers.
Ride1Up Turris. A cruiser-style e-bike with swept-back handlebars and an upright riding position.
Usually sells for $1095-1295 from Ride1Up.
Ride1Up Prodigy: Commuter e-bike with a mid-step frame and a mid-drive motor. Doesn’t have a throttle, but since it uses a responsive torque sensor, you probably won’t miss it.
Usually sells for $2195 to $2295 from Ride1Up.
RadMission: Single-speed e-bike with a mid-step frame. Surprisingly capable on hills, but you’ll have to pedal.
This model is discontinued, but you can find similar models from various brands for about $800-1200.
RadRunner Plus: Utility e-bike with wide tires and a low stepover height. Great for carrying cargo or a passenger; you can borrow a child seat for kids under 40lb.
Usually sells for $1849-1999 from Rad Power Bikes.
Lectric XP 3.0. Folding utility e-bike with wide tires and a low stepover height. Great for carrying cargo or a passenger; you can borrow a child seat for kids under 40lb, or a seat and extra handlebar for older kids.
Usually sells for $999 from Lectric.
RadWagon 4: Cargo e-bike.
Usually sells for $1799 to $1999 from Rad Power Bikes.