Electric-bike maker Cowboy recently let me spend a couple of weeks with one of their e-bikes.
It’s a well-designed e-bike that makes biking effortless, even if you’re going uphill.
It features a seamless triangle-shaped aluminum frame, integrated lights and a low-key Cowboy logo near the saddle.
Most of the weight is at the back of the Cowboy e-bike because of the battery.
You start your engine at a green light, ride as quickly as possible, brake aggressively at a red light and spend more time waiting at intersections.
Cowboy will start selling custom-designed fenders for €89 in a few weeks ($100).
Another thing worth noting is that you have to be relatively tall to use the Cowboy e-bike.
When it comes to connectivity, the Cowboy e-bike isn’t just an electric bike — it’s also a smart bike.
Unless you’re going on a long bike trip, range isn’t an issue for city rides.
This is a great feature for people living in apartments as you can leave your bike at its normal parking spot and plug the battery at home.
Overall, the Cowboy e-bike is the perfect commuting bike for people living in large cities.
If you’re looking for an e-bike, you should definitely consider the Cowboy e-bike as one of your options.
If you’re happy with a normal bike like me, the Cowboy e-bike is 100% an e-bike.