Which electric bike is best? Trek e-bikes for every rider

There’s an electric bike for however you like to ride – whether you’re a farmer’s market cruiser, century crusher or dedicated trail tamer. And Trek’s latest city, mountain and road e-bikes are faster, lighter and quieter than ever before. Scroll on to browse every e-bike in our line-up and find the best electric bike for you.

Entirely new to e-bikes? Check out the guide below to learn the basics – from electric bike anatomy to e-bike tech and terms.

Electric city bikes

Electric mountain bikes

Electric road bikes

District+

This stylish and dependable low-maintenance e-bike makes getting around your city simple, fast and fun.

Assist: Up to 28 mph
Range: Up to 65 miles
Battery size: 400 Wh to 800 Wh
Frame styles: Diamond and lowstep

Allant+

Sleek, speedy and ultra-premium. The Allant+ makes long commutes fun and is an awesome choice for replacing your car.

Assist: Up to 28 mph
Range: Up to 80 miles
Battery size: 500 Wh to 625 Wh
Frame styles: Diamond and stagger

Verve+

The Verve+ is a comfort-first city e-bike with reliable power and upright riding position that’s perfect for fun recreational rides.

Assist: Up to 28 mph
Range: Up to 65 miles
Battery size: 400 Wh to 500 Wh
Frame styles: Diamond and lowstep

FX+

Commute to work, run some errands or just ride for fun! The FX+ is a lightweight city e-bike designed for exploring more of the places you love.

Assist: Up to 20 mph
Range: Up to 35 miles
Battery size: 250 Wh
Frame styles: Diamond and stagger

Dual Sport+

The Dual Sport+ is a versatile and stable adventure-loving hybrid e-bike perfect for exploring multiple surfaces on a single outing.

Assist: Up to 20 mph
Range: Up to 35 miles
Battery size: 250 Wh
Frame styles: Diamond and stagger

Fetch+

The Fetch+ is the ultimate car-replacement bike, with room to carry kids, cargo and more.

Assist: Up to 20 mph
Range: Up to 75 miles
Battery size: Up to 750 Wh
Frame styles: Fetch+ 2 (carry up to two kids), Fetch+ 4 (carry up to five kids)

Fuel EXe

The Fuel EXe is an e-MTB that bridges the gap between power and peace with an ultra-quiet assist that all but disappears in the woods.

Assist: Up to 20 mph
Range: 2 to 5 hours
Battery size: 360 Wh
Torque: 50Nm

Rail

The Rail is a hard-charging electric trail bike with plenty of travel and proven technology to get you through the rough stuff.

Assist: Up to 20 mph
Range: Up to 6 hours
Battery size: 750 Wh or 500 Wh
Torque: 85 Nm

Powerfly

The Powerfly is a versatile and powerful e-MTB that helps you explore more of your off-road world.

Assist: Up to 20 mph
Range: 3 to 5 hours
Battery size: 500 Wh or 625 Wh

E-Caliber

Our lightest full-suspension electric mountain bike delivers the perfect amount of suspension and power for long, fast XC rides.

Assist: Up to 20 mph
Range: 3 to 5 hours
Battery size: 250 Wh

Marlin+

A light and versatile electric hardtail that doesn’t break the bank. The Marlin+ packs in a reliable Bosch motor that keeps it simple to use and tons of fun.

Assist: Up to 20 mph
Range: 2 to 4 hours
Battery size: 400 Wh
Torque: 50Nm

Domane+ SLR

The Domane+ SLR is our lightest and fastest e-road bike, complete with our highest-level OCLV Carbon, premium components and a natural-feeling assist that keeps you quick and comfortable on epic all-day adventures.

Assist: Up to 28 mph
Range: Around 60 miles
Battery size: 360Wh

Domane+ AL

The Domane+ AL is our highest-value e-road bike, built with a strong and light aluminium frame, sleek integrated display and long range so you can take the scenic route home.

Assist: Up to 20 mph
Range: Up to 55 miles
Battery size: 250 Wh

Go electric, get rewarded

Want to save money on an e-bike? Select states and cities are now offering rebates on new electric bike purchases! Check to see if you’re eligible for one below.

Explore e-bike rebate programmes

What makes Trek and Electra e-bikes different?

The e-systems on Trek and Electra e-bikes are third-party tested to comply with leading e-bike safety regulations, including the rigorous UL 2849 standard. This standard is set by Underwriters Laboratories, an independent organisation that develops safety standards for a variety of industries.

Explore UL Safety and Compliance