One of the best accessories for riding electric bicycles doesn't actually fit on the bike at all, it's the Apple Watch on the rider's wrist.
How to: charge your mobile phone while riding the Denago Fat Tire eBike using the built-in USB A port on the display.
Learn how to care for your eBike when riding in wet or cold winter conditions, and how to store your electric bike if you're done riding for the season.
Denago is hitting the road with our line of eBikes and we'd love to see you in person! Check the calendar for upcoming shows and events.
Some eBikes use torque sensors, while others use cadence sensors. Let's review the pros and cons of each sensor type and discuss how to choose between them.
Electric Bike Report recently tested and reviewed the Denago City Model 1 eBike, stating it has a “punchy motor, terrific range, and really solid brakes” and calls it "great bike". Read the written review or watch the video review.
Better quality eBikes use disc brakes to handle the stopping duties. Unfortunately, some models (typically budget eBikes) are still using obsolete rim brakes. Here's why that's a bad idea.
While all batteries have a finite life after which they're exhausted and require replacement, proper battery care can help significantly extend the lifespan of your battery. For many riders, a properly-cared for eBike battery may outlive the bike itself, or even the rider! Here are the do's and don'ts you should know about your Denago eBike battery.
Here are some reasons you might want to consider an electric bicycle (eBike) as an alternative to an electric motorcycle: price, licensing, insurance, registration, and more.
We're delighted to announce that Good Housekeeping has named the Denago City Model 1 as "best high-speed electric bike."
How are Class I and II eBikes diferent? Class I eBikes only have pedal assist at up to 20 MPH - that means the electric motor turns on only when the rider is pedaling. Class II eBikes can have both pedal assist and throttle modes, allowing the rider to travel up to 20 MPH; without pedaling if desired.
Cycle Volta recently completed their real-world testing of our Denago City Model 1 eBike, and had some great things to say.
See the Denago City Model 1 on WGN9 TV Chicago with Alison Deyette. Alison shares great ideas for Father's Day gifts, including eBikes, furniture, apparel, and cooking.
EBPMAN Tech Reviews recently got to ride and review our City Model 1 eBike. Check out this overview of the features, range results, and their test ride experience. Watch now:
The Chris Crossed YouTube channel tests and reviews eBikes, offering hard-hitting feedback and guidance to help informed buyers. Chris recently reviewed the Denago City Model 1 and called it "A really good-looking bike for the money. This is definitely one of my top-value eBikes I've ridden so far." Big thanks to Chris for taking a look! Watch now:
Unfortunately, bicycle theft is a reality, but with some basic strategies you can make your eBike a much harder target, reducing theft or preventing it entirely. Let's take a look at some anti-theft tactics for eBikes, including locks, GPS trackers, and Apple AirTags.
EBike range varies based on many factors - rider weight, the use of throttle vs. pedal assist, hilly vs. flat terrain, headwinds, and even the ambient air temperature. We tested a variety of riders to come up with some real life range results, so you'll know what to expect.
Pedal assist and throttle are the two primary drive modes on eBikes. Let's take a look at the pros and cons of pedal assist and throttle, and how they affect speed, range, and trail access on electric bikes.
We designed your Denago ebike to provide a lifetime of enjoyment, and problems are rare. If you do experience trouble, the display on your ebike may show an error code. Let's take a look at those codes on the Denago City Model 1 and what they mean.