We’ve all seen skateboarders speeding downhill on a regular skateboard. Easy. Gravity 101, right? But if you’ve seen a skater zipping up hills, effortlessly defying gravity, they might have been riding an electric board. Electric skateboarding offers high-tech mobility in a low-profile package, providing reliable transportation, easy storage, and bugs-in-your-teeth fun. What’s not to like…
Electric bikes cost more than traditional bikes with similar specs, but you don’t have to break the budget to get started in the ebike world. A growing number of electric bikes under $500 have come to market, making it easy and affordable to get rolling.
Small ebikes have a big appeal for urban lifestyles, and DYU offers a city electric bike for nearly any rider.
For riders who prefer the smallest options, the DYU D3+ or DYU S2 both prove that you don’t need 20-inch plus wheels to get where you’re going.
In this KBO Hurricane review, you’ll find some stark differences compared to most other electric bikes.
Ebikes often look, well, chunky. Portly, perhaps. A kinder term might be big-boned, as my grandmother used to say.
Not so, with the KBO Hurricane.
With city flair and sleek-but-shadowy looks, this lightweight ebike from KBO shatters preconceptions about electric bikes.