All the e-bikes and e-scooters that were shown at CES 2022


From my San Francisco workplace it felt like this 12 months’s partially digital CES tech convention in Las Vegas was overrun with electrical bicycles, e-scooters, and battery-powered bikes and mopeds.

A digital occasion on the first day of the present corralled dozens of corporations, like Bosch, Large, Rad Energy Bikes, Serial 1 (Harley-Davidson’s e-bike model), Panasonic, Tern, and extra, to a devoted “e-mobility” livestream. If I had been in Las Vegas, I might have examined them out on a monitor outdoors the conference corridor.

As an alternative, beamed onto my display was an limitless show of latest varieties of “micromobility” choices, the trade time period for smaller-than-a-car automobiles that depend on small batteries and motors to propel ahead. You is likely to be conversant in shared scooters that you hire by the Hen or Lime app in lots of main cities, however these were all choices for proudly owning your very personal private motorized machine. As a current Swiss research steered, owning your own e-scooter or e-bike may very well do extra good in chopping emissions than scooter- and bike-share applications.

This is a roundup of what was shown off at the CES present, on-line and in individual. Not like quite a lot of the wild ideas on show at CES, many of those two-wheelers could be ordered now or quickly.



A display of bikes in a white room with a turquoise light.

Hen went past sharing.
Credit score: Hen

Increasing from each leases and scooters, Hen displayed its newest units for buy, like the pedal-assist Bird Bike with 50 miles of vary and a $2,299 price ticket.


A black e-bike on a black background.

A speedy fast e-bike.
Credit score: Delfast

Delfast’s latest bike claims to have the longest vary of any e-bike: 200 miles on a single cost. It is also quick, hitting a max velocity of fifty mph, which isn’t allowed on any U.S. streets. On personal land, nonetheless…simply saying. The bike seems one thing like a Frankenstein’s monster, with numerous added components hooked up to the body and wheels. Pre-orders open in March for the $6,500 bike.


Aventon’s latest e-bike is the Soltera (to not be confused with the upcoming Subaru EV, the Solterra). The light-weight commuter bike is available in 4 colours: blue, black, mint inexperienced, and mild pink. It begins at $1,199 for the single-speed mannequin, however goes as much as seven speeds for $1,299.


A black e-bike facing forward.

Mountain biking prepared.
Credit score: OKAI

The brand new EB20 is a troublesome mountain bike with a carbon fiber body. It has 12 speeds, a swappable battery, and a 2.8-inch LED touchscreen that reveals all of your driving stats. (It’s too early in its improvement to have a manufacturing plan or value.)


A bike stands on snow with a snowy mountain in the background

Biking and snow do combine.
Credit score: MoonBikes

An electrical snowbike in Las Vegas may not sound very helpful, however the snowmobile-bike mashup was on show at the present anyway. It goals to supply a substitute for noisy, polluting snow tools. Solely 400 MoonBikes might be made in the U.S. and Europe as a part of a restricted preliminary manufacturing run. The snow bikes. in both crimson or white. do not come low-cost, both. They begin at $8,500 and you may tack on an additional battery pack for $1,800 extra.


A biker riding down a city street.

An e-bike with some security help.
Credit score: Terranet

The BlincBike machine attaches to your bike as two separate items with a digicam and sensors to provide warnings that are supposed to assist forestall crashes. It screens throughout your bike, together with behind it, to watch what’s taking place as you journey. Ordering info is anticipated later this month.



A black scooter stands up.

The P100S in all its glory.

Credit score: Segway

A scooter with some yellow highlights stands upright.

A wider platform on the P60 scooter.

Credit score: Segway

Segway has two new e-scooters popping out quickly: the P100S and P60, which Segway says have wider footboards and larger tires than its different fashions. Each have flip indicators, which is an improve from early Segway scooter fashions. Segway does not have a value listed for both mannequin but, however related scooters begin round $1,000.


Pastel colored kid scooters with three wheels.

Children can journey too!
Credit score: Hen

Together with the Hen Bike, Hen confirmed off its kid-friendly Birdie Glow three-wheeled scooter with light-up wheels and the grownup Hen Flex e-scooter. Each can be found at Goal and the Bird online store for $99 and $599, respectively. The Birdie Glow is for youths and does not have an electrical motor, so children must push off on their very own.



A black moped as seen from its side.

A light-weight motorbike from Segway.
Credit score: Segway

The E110a is an easy day by day commuter moped with room for 2 that additionally has cupboard space. Segway did not have many particulars on timing and pricing, but it surely’ll ultimately be part of its rising lineup of electrical merchandise.


A gray utility e-bike on display at a booth.

A piece bike to place to work.
Credit score: Cake

Swedish model Cake confirmed off its “work series” electrical mopeds that could be, effectively, put to work. The add-ons for trailering, hauling, and holding further cargo might be obtainable in the U.S. beginning this spring. The entire work sequence bike with its angular design begins at over $13,000.


A man in a green zip-up and black mask poses on a bike inside.

Moped time!
Credit score: Ethan Miller / Getty Pictures

Brekr’s Model B electric moped is a Dutch e-bike obtainable in Europe for $4,749 Euros. The 2 detachable batteries energy the automobile for greater than 60 miles.


A yellow motorcycle.

A monster of a motorcycle.
Credit score: Damon

Damon’s HyperFighter Colossus made its CES debut this week as a meaty, muscular electrical motorbike. For $35,000 it will go laborious and far with 170 mph max velocity, 146-mile vary, and 0-to-60 mph time in three seconds. Subsequent 12 months, the Canadian motorbike firm plans to launch solely 100 items — ever.