Design Your Electric Bike, Your Way
These e-bikes are built entirely in Newport Beach, California, USA, and each beautiful bike is built to order. Have some fun and design your custom e-bike by choosing a one of a kind color scheme. then choose the drive train, tires, fork type and more to tailor your design to fit your riding style. Electric Bike Co. bikes are built to last. Each customized bike has a Five-year warranty on the battery and a 10-year warranty on the motor and frame.
Don’t worry about shipping and assembly, you’ll be able to pick up your new custom e-bike fully assembled right here at Two wheels One Planet. So what are you waiting for, let your creative juices flow because if you can dream it, the Electric Bike Co. can build it. Contact us to get started.
Step 1: Pick Model
Step 2: Pick Color Type
Once you have your model picked out, it’s time to select your colors. Choose one of the stock colors, white, Red, or black, or let your creativity take over and go with a custom color combo!
Step 3: Customize
Your Custom Paint Scheme
Your new custom e- bike is an extension of your personality! Choose everything including the frame, fork, chainguard, fenders, trim, rims and battery case! Possibilities are almost limitless, it’s all up to you! If you don’t see the color you are looking for you can send in your color code for them to match.
Spec your bike from the ground up (literally). Upgrade your drive train to a 7-speed and choose between a rigid fork and a suspension fork. Travel approximately 60 miles between charges on the 12Ah standard battery, or upgrade all the way up to a 36Ah battery and travel 190 miles between charges. Personalize the feel of your new ride by selecting the grips, tires and seat post. You even select the saddle that best meets your needs.
Your Essential Accessories
Bring the whole design together with matching front and rear baskets! People can’t help but notice a bike looking this good, but you can protect it with an anti-theft alarm (with remote), a GPS tracker and a lock. Last but not least, don’t forget to protect yourself with a new helmet.