The electric bike now comes in various sizes and models, many of which do not look too different from conventional non-electric bikes, Turbo Vando 6.0 is one of the best choice for ebike. When you take this with the annual gasoline, insurance and vehicle maintenance costs, an ebike covers itself simply over time. Five of the best electric bikes on the market today
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Why should you buy Turbo Vado 6.0?
-The Turbo Vado 6.0 remains one of the most well-rounded ebikes we’ve tested.
Who’s Turbo Vado 6.0 for?
-Anyone who wants a casual daily commuter.
How much will Turbo Vado 6.0 cost?
Why we chose the Specialized Turbo Vado 6.0:
On a trip to Palo Alto we had the chance to ride Specialized’s pedal-assisted Turbo Vado, and the model is still our favorite ebike on the market. With a 350-watt motor and 604-watt-hour lithium-ion battery, the Turbo Vado is capable of traveling a whopping 80 miles on a single charge, which should be more than enough for any daily commute with plenty of miles left over.
Built by a company that’s made cycling equipment for more than four decades, the Vado feels more like a traditional bicycle than almost any other ebike. Its frame and components have been tuned to provide a familiar experience, making it easy for new and long-time cyclists to jump on and start pedaling. Specialized’s heritage shines through nicely, helping separate itself from the competition in an increasingly crowded ebike market.
On the road, it takes only a few turns of the pedals to activate the Vado’s motor and get it up to speed. In Turbo mode — the bike’s highest level of pedal-assist — the Vado reaches speeds of up to 28 miles per hour, after which the electric drive system automatically shuts off to conserve power (and abide by local law). A built-in LED readout on the handlebars allows riders to monitor battery life, check current speed, and track calories burned while also being able to glance at distance traveled. The Turbo Vado Mission Control app (iOS/Android) also connects to the bike via Bluetooth and allows riders to further tune their ride and adjust the bike’s settings.
We rode the Vado through some of the steepest hills in Palo Alto, and it easily handled everything we threw at it, maintaining a steady 20 miles per hour even on the most daunting of ascents. The bike also handles well downhill and is both nimble and quick on city streets and paved trails. It’s even comfortable to ride for extended distances, which is vitally important for any bike built for urban settings.
It’s important to note that the Vado is custom-tuned for city riding, making it a great choice for daily commutes to and from the office, or running errands on the weekend. That said, if you’re looking for an ebike for more difficult terrain, there are other options on this list better suited to that task.