London eBike Festival: all you need to know

21 Apr 2022

From 22nd – 24th April, the inaugural London eBike Festival in partnership with Shimano Steps will be taking place at Alexandra Palace, London. Part of the well known Cycle Show, e-bikes are set to have their own exhibition, showcasing some of the biggest and best brands in the e-bike world. 

There are even going to be two test tracks where you can try out some of the e-bikes for yourself. We'll be heading there to make sure we give you insight into some of the biggest releases and most exciting bikes and tech there, but for now, let's have a look at what we can expect to see at the show.

From urban electric bikes to gravel, to trail-shredding e-MTBs, Canyon will be there with their newest models including the Spectral:ON and the Commuter:ON. You can read our review of their Grail:ON gravel bike here for a little taste. 

French brand EOVOLT will be there with their latest electric folding bike, the 'Morning'. A 4-speed 16" wheeled bike that folds compactly, it's something to look at if you need an urban commuter or are tight on space. 

The ever-popular Gocycle brand will be showcasing something new as well as their tried and tested G4 line. We reviewed the G4 here. 

A British brand with a budget in mind, Mycle is set to launch something new and exciting alongside showing off their commuter and leisure e-bikes. Want to read more about their Classic model? Click here to find out how we got on with it. 

Raleigh will be showing off their new Motus range, which comprises commuting and hybrid electric bikes. A brand with a big history, they'll undoubtedly be a popular stand at the festival. 

Revolution Works
Bristolian brand Revolution Works designs bicycle conversion kits to make unassisted bikes into electric ones. They will be on hand to demonstrate their newest model, the Whippet. 

Well known in commuting, urban and cargo circles, Ridgeback is the official bike partner of the London eBike Festival and will be showcasing a range of their latest bikes over the full weekend. 

Riese und Müller 
A premium brand of e-bikes, Riese und Müller will be at the festival showing off their latest Roadster model. We reviewed the Roadster Mixte Vario, read more here to find out how we got on. 

Known for top-tier electric and non-electric bikes, Specialized will be demoing their Turbo-Active range, including the Vado and Como. We’ve already tried the Vado, and you can read how we got on here. 

From step-thru to folding e-bikes, Wisper has something for everyone, from commuters to leisure, to mountain bikes. 


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