Huge savings on top-sellers from leading brands
While Black Friday doesn’t officially kick off for another 48 hours, the savings on electric bikes, scooters, boards, mopeds, and motorcycles are already rolling in.
Ride Review’s comprehensive shopping guide is up to nearly 100 amazing deals, and we’ll be adding more every day up until Cyber Monday.
On tap, major micromobility brands, such as Rad Power, Cowboy, Aventon, Apollo, Gocycle, Lectric, Unagi, Super73, Brompton, Niu, and Juiced, are serving up unprecedented discounts, with some top-selling models going for as little as ½ price.
Here we’ve rounded up a selection of the best deals and biggest savings from a few of our favorite brands. Check out the full guide here.
Aventon is famous for producing well-performing, budget-friendly ebikes, like the fat-tired Class 3 Aventure (review). And this holiday season, the Chinese manufacturer is making its rides extra affordable by knocking $200 off its entire lineup.
Raleigh is slashing up to 50% on a wide selection of their city, hybrid, folding, and mountain bikes this season.
Lectric’s Black Friday special allows you to save up to $300 on ebikes, and $277 on accessories. This is a great chance to pick up the highly accessible folding XP Lite (review) for even less than normal.
Want to own the quietest hog on your block? Harley-Davidson’s ebike imprint, Serial 1, is offering up to $1,500 off select rides. Urban commuters should check out the connected Mosh Cty cruiser (review).
While it’s not explicitly labeled a Black Friday deal, several ebikes from Giant’s lineup, including the Roam (review), Talon (review), Explore (review), and Stance (review), are on sale for between 16-21% off at the moment.
During “Cyber Week,” you can take $150 off all in-stock Super73 models, including the extremely fun R Series (review). That should help offset the cost of shipping the BMX-inspired mini bike to your door. Plus you get a free jacket with your purchase.
Estonian ebike maker Ampler proves Europeans can celebrate Black Friday too, offering 500€ off all Gen1 and 400€ off all Gen2 bikes.
Known across the world for its electric sit-down scooters, Niu is equally accomplished as a builder of electric kick scooters. This year you can snag many of the Chinese manufacturer’s top models, including the already pocketbook-friendly KQi2 Pro (review), for between 20-25% off.
Apollo is slashing prices by $200-600 for its entire catalog of commuter and adventure scooters for “Black Friday Month,” including the high-performing entry-level Apollo Air (review). Select accessories and upgrades are on sale too.
This year you can take home Unagi’s foldable flagship Model One (review) for 40% off, or $590, but if leasing is more your thing, the company’s annual subscription is also on sale for 35% off, or $288/year.
Pure Electric, a new UK brand that is pinning its hopes on Britain legalizing electric scooters, is getting in on the Black Friday fun with deals worth up to £150 off.
Ride Italian style in the form of the Aventura-X moped for 10% less.
Volcon is one of the few electric powersports brands we’ve seen with a Black Friday deal (technically it’s a “Year’s End Sales Event,” but we’ll count it), offering $2,000, or 25%, off the Grunt adventure motorcycle (review).