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Shawn Wilson, owner of Epicenter Cycling, goes through everything you need to know about some of our most popular models. Click on the thumbnail of the video you’re interested in. More videos to come!

Trek E-Caliber

E-Caliber is a light, fun, and fast carbon e-MTB. It’s built to ride like a traditional cross country bike, and it even has the same race-worthy suspension tech as Supercaliber. The sleek and subtle Fazua drive system provides a boost without adding bulk, and you get various spec levels and your choice of Shimano or Sram

Trek Verve+ 3

Wherever you’re headed, Verve+ is the best way to get there. These e-bikes are ultra-comfortable, super intuitive to use, and a ton of fun to ride. You can power up hills, easily carry groceries, and explore new destinations knowing you’ll have more than enough boost to do it all. 


There’s a reason why Townie Go! e-bikes have been perennial best sellers. A lot of reasons actually. Legendary comfort, signature style, and the added boost of a pedal-assist motor are high on the list. These bikes remove boundaries and instill confidence with an intuitive, easy ride that comes in just about every color of the rainbow.



The Vale Go! is not just another e-bike. The unique design features an integrated battery in a universal step-thru frame and comes equipped with your choice of two state of the art Bosch motors. Both are amazing, but one takes you to the next level when you’ve got the need. The need for speed. Combining the latest in e-bike technology with distinct Electra style. We prioritized comfort and performance. Up to you to prioritize work, adventure and happy hour.


Marlin is a trail-tough mountain bike that’s ready for any all-terrain adventure, whether you’re exploring the forest on singletrack or navigating the urban jungle. It’s durable, versatile, easy to accessorize, and just as much at home on potholed city streets as on the dirt.

Marlin comes in seven frame sizes to suit riders of any height, and Smart Wheel Size ensures you’re on the fastest wheel that fits. The smallest sizes even come with short-reach brake levers and narrower handlebars that give smaller riders better comfort and control.