Step Through Electric Bikes Dirodi Nue Step Through Electric Bike DiroDi Nue is a unisex step-through E-bike with stealth/minimal design. The bike is designed to be comfortable, reliable and to make heads turn! The stealth design gives the bike a clean look. Many people may not figure out that Nue is an electric bike at first look. Nue has a 36V, 10.4 AH battery with up to 70 km of range. The puncture resistant Schwalbe smart sam tyres are hybrid tyres for both on and off road rides. Having customers who have already ridden their Nue for more than 15,000KM without a single problem shows how reliable this bike is. View product Motor 5000W Battery 36V, 10.4AH Range 70km DIRODI ROVER PLUS ELECTRIC BIKE (750W- 48V) Rover’s design has been inspired by vintage motorbikes. This version utilises a high torque and super powerful 750W motor and a massive 48V 17.4AH battery, which gives you up to 85 km of range. Rover is a 2 person bike and can carry up to 150 kg of load. Rover has both throttle and pedal-assist options. $3,690.00 $3,290.00 View product Motor 750W Battery 48V,17.4AH Range 85Km DiroDi Rover Plus Electric Bike (250w- 48v) Rover’s design has been inspired by vintage motorbikes. This version unitises a heavy duty and super reliable 250W motor and a massive 48V 17.4AH battery, which gives you up to 110 km of range. Rover is a 2 person bike with throttle and can carry up to 150 kg of load. $3,490.00 $3,090.00 View product Motor 250W Battery 48V,17.4AH Range 110 KM DiroDi Rover Electric Bike (750w- 48v) Rover’s design is inspired by vintage motorbikes. This version utilises a high torque and super powerful 750W motor and a massive 48V 15AH battery, which gives you up to 85 km of range. Rover is a 2 person bike and can carry up to 150 kg of load. It comes in both a step-over and a step-through frame. $3,390.00 $2,970.00 View product Motor 750W Battery 48V,15AH Range 85Km DiroDi Rover Vintage e-Bike (250w- 48v) The 250W, 48V vintage style DiroDi Rover utilises a heavy-duty and super reliable 250W motor and a massive 48V 15AH battery, which gives up to 110 km of range. Being 48V means the motor can produce the high torque required for steep hill climbing while staying 100% road legal. It comes in both a step-ver and a step-through frame. $3,190.00 $2,770.00 View product Motor 250W Battery 48V,15AH Range 100 KM DiroDi Rover Vintage e-Bike (250w- 36v) Rover’s design has been inspired by vintage motorbikes. This version unitises a heavy duty and super reliable 250W motor and a 36V 13AH battery, which gives you up to 70 km of range. Rover is a 2 person bike and can carry up to 150 kg of load. View product Motor 250W Battery 36V, 13AH Range 70Km DiroDi ClassX Electric Bike Step-Through (Gen 3) ClassX design is inspired by Dutch bikes. The design is clean, minimal and practical. ClassX has a front carrier as well as a rear basket, making it ideal for carrying your stuff (shopping, groceries etc.) in it. In the second generation of ClassX, the tyres have been upgraded to Schwable puncture-resistant tyres. ClassX has a 36V, 10.4 battery, which gives you up to 60 km of range. The step-through frame makes it very easy to get on and off the bike. View product Motor 250W Battery 36V, 104.AH Range 60 KM DiroDi Classimo Electric Bike Step-Through (Gen 3) Classimo design is inspired by Dutch bikes. The design is clean, minimal and practical. Classimo has as a rear basket and front suspension forks, which make your ride more comfortable. In the second generation of Classimo, the tyres have been upgraded to Schwable puncture-resistant tyres. Classimo has a 36V, 10.4 battery, which gives you up to 60 km of range. The upright seating position and the step-through frame make this bike an ideal choice for all genders and age groups. View product Motor 250W Battery 36V, 104.AH Range 60Km View All Products Step-Through (Step Thru) Electric Bikes are bikes without a top tube. They are getting much more popular as it’s much easier to get on and get off these bikes and they can be shared among all family members regardless of their gender and age. Step-through bikes used to be called “women bikes”, which was an incorrect stereotype. Actually, step-through bikes can be used by any gender and age group if you appreciate the benefits they provide. FAQ All About Step Through Ebikes What is a step-through (step-thru) e-bike? An electric bike with a step-through frame is basically made in a V shape with no top tube. Normally on such bikes you can easily step through the frame without having to lift your leg high while getting on and off. Such bikes are known to give you the luxury of a “comfortable” ride compared to step-over bikes as they provide a slightly more upright sitting position that of course removes the pressure off your back muscles. Are step-through bikes heavier? Step-through bikes are made heavier merely because there is no top bar to hold the front and end parts of the frame together, so the bike frame will be less solid and not secured enough. The solution to this is that the frame is made of more resistant material so that it is not deformed under pressure. That is the very reason it feels a bit heavier. But at any rate, the extra weight will not be noticeable in step-through e-bikes as the power of motor takes the weight off your legs. Are they slower? In regular bikes (non-electric), step-through bikes can be a bit slower as they are a bit heavier. However, the same thing does not much apply to step-through electric bikes. Clearly, with the convenient assistance of the motor in e-bikes, step-through bikes can be as fast as the step over ones.Actually the seating position on a bike affects the speed much more that the frame type. So bikes that provide upright seating position are usually slower than the bikes on which you need to lean forward to reach the grips. As when you lean forward you have better control on the handlebars and can push the pedals harder. However, the ride on bikes with upright seating position is more relaxed and fun and safer for senior riders or riders with back injuries. Is a Step-through difficult to carry with hand? It can be. There are two reasons for that. One is the shape of the bike that might feel somewhat clumsy as there is no top bar to hold while carrying it around. The other reason can be the weight factor that can make it challenging for some riders to carry it up stairs or lift the bike off ground to pass it over any obstacle. How can I put a step through bike on a bike rack? There are two solutions:You can buy a bike top tube adapter that from one end attaches to the handlebars and from the other end attaches to the seat post. So in this way you are making your bike a step-over bike so that you can put it on a bike rackOr alternatively you can buy bike racks that are compatible with step though bikes. I'm going to share the bike with other family members. What frame type is best for me? If you are going to share the bike with other family members, buying a step-through bike is probably the right choice. Senior people, people with back or knee pain or injury prefer step through bikes. Most women prefer the relaxed ride on step through bikes over the ride on step over bikes. Also shorter riders usually feel more secure on step through bikes and find them much easier to use. Why do some people call it “ Women’s Bike”? It would be a bit old-fashioned to relate step-through bikes to women only. But it is true that women can easily get a smooth ride on these bikes without the risk of ripping their dresses and skirts on the top bar. But generally the idea is that the frame structure can even work for men in cases when they’re dressed up in formal clothes, suits or any attire that might feel uncomfortable to lift legs while mounting and dismounting the saddle. But one thing which is for sure is that step-through bikes are absolutely unisex and can easily be used by female and male riders both. Who should ride step-through bikes? One thing to keep in mind is that the point of step-through bikes is comfort. So it can work best for whoever looking for a smooth, comfortable fun ride. Generally, if you are included in any of the groups of riders below, do not hesitate to vote for a step-through bike:If you commute daily in your formal attireIf you are usually dressed up in skirts, dresses or any outfit of this kindIf you are interested in casual but not speedy ridesIf you are a fan of upright riding positionIf you have to repeatedly mount and dismount the bike for different reasons like delivery riders, postmen and etc. Overall, step-through bikes are the best fit for rides with a lot of stops on the way.If you and your family all intend to get a ride from it occasionally. The structure of the frame allows everyone with different heights and physical conditions to enjoy yourself and have a ball. It is true that anyone, tall or short, can easily get off the saddle to step on ground whenever they lose balance. In bikes with a top tube this can be a nightmare for shorter people.Seniors and those suffering from knee pain or any other limited agilityCity riders who are unlikely to get off-road or get on steep hills or any tricky terrainAll in all, if you are the kind of rider who wants to get comfort out of a bike, riding a step-through, you will be full of the joys of spring. Is the Step-through ride safer? In some cases, Yes. Let’s say you are riding a bike with a saddle higher than it should be and for some reasons, your feet cannot touch the ground when you stop the bike. In that situation, being on a step-through is way safer as you can get off the saddle with ease and get yourself in a standing position. Obviously, in a bike with a top tube, there is a chance of falling over on one side as it is more difficult to use feet to control the unbalance. Who should NOT buy Step-through bikes? All said, you must be wondering: “If step-through gives the most comfort and safeness, why are step-over bikes even there?!”Well, step-through definitely works for many riders, but not for everyone. For example, if you are a cyclist with a passion for speed and if you are going to ride off-road mostly, if you are planning on going on long rides without stopping, if you’re a heavy rider looking for something light weight or handy to carry around, and finally, if you need attachments like water bottle or bag holders on your bike frame, most probably you should not consider step-through bikes because that is not what they are made for.