Home > Biking

Save Up to $1K on E-Bikes During the Upway Spring Sale

With different styles from several top brands, saving you money is just one way that Upway makes buying an e-bike easier.

Support us! GearJunkie may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn More

If you’ve ever wanted an assist on a big hill — or to sweat less on your commute — an e-bike can definitely help. And if you’re looking to save on an e-bike, start by looking at Upway’s Spring Sale.

Upway offers great deals on past-year models with a wide selection of bike styles, speeds, assists, and battery ranges. Each bike is approved by Upway mechanics and can ship anywhere in the contiguous U.S. The reseller’s mission is to improve mobility and enable riders to get in the saddle without overpaying for a high-quality e-bike.

And if you’re still on the fence, take note: Upway sells its e-bikes at up to 60% off the original retail price — often topping any other seller in the market. They also throw in an additional 1-year warranty and a free 14-day return policy to ensure you can pedal away with total peace of mind.

Plus, Upway is giving 1,440 readers an extra $100 off their purchase — just use the code UPWAYALLGEAR at checkout to get an extra $100 off!

So, get spinnin’ and find a deal that’s right for you!

Shop the Upway Spring Sale

Shop the Upway Spring Sale on Electric Bikes

Upway’s deals on prior-year models and lightly scratched bikes let you tap into the fun of assisted rides at a discounted price. Here are three bikes available at a fraction of their original MSRP — and even lower than Upway’s usual prices.

While shopping the sale, note that inventories can shift since each bike is listed individually. Each bike’s price may vary slightly since they are based on mileage, condition, and year model.

Top Picks From Upway

Momentum Voya E+: $1,449 (Save 44%)

The Momentum Voya E+ electric bike is designed to be agile enough to cut through urban corridors and comfortable enough to roll down paved bike paths. The bike’s SmartAssist function uses sensors on the bike to gauge the support needed based on your speed and pedal power. It can boost speeds up to 20 mph.

The Voya’s battery holds 250 Wh and cranks 250 W of power, with 30 Nm of torque. Additionally, the bike has 11 gears, 28-inch wheels, Kenda Kwick Journey tires, and disc brakes.

Shop Now

Charge City: $999 (Save 44%)

For leisurely yet zippy rides around town, the Charge City is a lightweight aluminum bike with a 7-speed drivetrain with both pedal and throttle assists. Throttle assist is great for getting going from a stop — as is the engine’s 45 Nm torque.

The Bafang engine offers 250 W of power and the battery holds 418 Wh, which should last roughly 50 miles.

This model is for a size small frame, but you can also find larger sizes on sale, too.

Shop Now

Aventon Soltera 7: $799 (Save 20%)

This prior-year model is a great bargain for close-to-home riders who want an e-bike with pedal and throttle assist that are okay with a top speed of 20 mph. The Aventon engine produces 45 Nm of torque and 350 W of power. It has seven speeds, disc brakes, and rides on 28″ wheels with Kenda Kwest tires.

Shop Now

This post is sponsored by Upway. You can find more deals on certified renewed e-bikes during the Spring Sale.

Subscribe Now

Get adventure news and gear reviews in your inbox!

Join Our GearJunkie Newsletter

Get adventure news and gear reviews in your inbox!