Top 12 Fastest Ebikes for 2024

By Sam Hartman

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It can be incredibly challenging to understand the different promises made by ebike manufacturers.

That’s why we’ve used our expertise at Go Ride Bikes to track down the top 12 fastest electric bikes. We did some in-house testing to verify the incredible speeds offered by these ebikes and weren’t disappointed.

By the end of this article, you’ll know exactly which ebike is the fastest – and have an idea of which bike is best for you.

1. Hi Power Cycles Revolution XX at 74 mph

The Revolution XX is our top pick for the fastest ebike – not only that, but it is also the fastest ebike ever.

It is a one-of-a-kind ebike (only 20 were ever produced) that enables you to pedal along at its top speed. When tested, the Revolution XX reached 74 mph on radar and 73.7 mph on GPS.

The suspension consists of forks and shocks that have been specifically factory-tuned to the frame, resulting in a very comfortable ride.

The fastest electric bike in the world requires good brakes. Hi Power Cycles (HPC) introduces their highest quality brakes yet, with the Revolution XX’s increased stopping power and improved performance.

  • Top Speed: 74 mph
  • Price: $20,000
  • Motor: Brushless DC motor; 10,000 W
  • Battery: 150 A; Sony VTC6 ultra-high drain cells
  • Weight: ~79 lbs

2. Hi Power Cycles Revolution X at 65 mph

2020’s Revolution X packs a speedy punch.

The Revolution X is HPC’s most popular product, and for good reason. It’s considered to be the lightest and most potent ebike available – dynamite comes in small packages, right?

This electric bike is built with top-quality materials, including gold-plated connectors, silver-plated wires, Renthal Carbon Fatbar handlebars, and hand-built wheels.

The Revolution X has been fitted with Magura MT7e quad-piston brakes for excellent stability and control.

  • Top Speed: 65 mph
  • Price: $13,000
  • Motor: Striker motor; 7,000 W
  • Battery: 1,290 Wh battery
  • Weight: 79 lbs

  • Sturdy Mixed Carbon/Aluminum Frame
  • Range Options Up To 100 Miles
  • High-Performance Brakes


  • Not Made For Uneven Terrain
  • Limited Maneuverability
  • High Price

3. Stealth Electric Bikes B-52 at 50 mph

Stealth Electric Bikes brings you their fastest ebike to date – the B-52. This modern machine perfectly matches your muscle power with a DC hub motor for a smooth ride.

Not to be outdone by the Delfast Top 3.0i reviewed below, the Stealth B-52 performs excellently on tough trails without compromising comfort. This is thanks to the Fast Ace forks and rear shocks that absorb all the impact.

For maximum motor power, Stealth B-52 riders can use pedal assist to transmit power via the H-Box transmission. This same transmission allows for easy shifting between the six pedal gears – there’s even a low-speed gear available for those hectic climbs.

  • Top Speed: 50 mph
  • Price: $11,275
  • Motor: Brushless DC motor
  • Battery: 2.5 kWh lithium-ion
  • Weight: 132 lbs

  • Sleek design
  • Battery charge time
  • High-Performance Brakes


  • Limited range
  • Heavy weight
  • Sluggish handling

4. Delfast Top 3.0i at 50 mph

The Delfast Top 3.0i reaches the same max speed as the Stealth B-52, but that’s where the similarities end. It’s far more affordable and has a longer max range of 199 miles.

This ebike features smart technology, using an onboard computer for on-the-go analytics and the ability to adapt to urban and off-road environments. It has a smartphone app where you can use the “find my bike” function, view your energy use and speed, and disable Class 2 to enjoy maximum speed.

  • Top Speed: 50 mph
  • Price: $5,999
  • Motor: QS 205 V3; 5,000 W
  • Battery: 72V 48 Ah Li-ion
  • Weight: 154 lbs

  • Affordable
  • Punchy motor
  • Huge 200 mile range


  • Underwhelming suspension
  • Unattractive Design
  • Incredibly Heavy

5. Ristretto 303FS at 40 mph

The Ristretto 303FS has been crafted by the best e-bike engineers in the business, resulting in a gorgeous and functional bike, just perfect for urban environments

The Wotefusi Shock Absorbers and full suspension are adjustable, meaning you can customize your ride.

This fast electric bike is also compatible with a smartphone app. It acts as a secondary dashboard that allows you to set up your bike, select the class, and track your routes via GPS.

  • Top Speed: 40 mph (race mode)
  • Price: $4,500
  • Motor: Mid-drive motor; 3,500 W
  • Battery: 52 V battery
  • Weight: 84 lbs

  • 100 mile range
  • Stability at high speeds
  • Sleek design


  • Price
  • Heavy for its size
  • Non-adjustable seat

6. Optibike R22 Everest at 36 mph

The latest battery technology and build of the R22 Everest has resulted in an astounding range of 300 miles – if there was a road, you’d be able to summit Mount Everest.

Its long travel suspension gives you a comfortable ride, even over solid rocks. If you have to commute to work, the suspension and high-speed motor will get you there pronto.

The Rohloff 14-speed internal gear hub means you can shift easily without a chain breaking. The handlebars come with half-twist throttle control, allowing you to hold on through bumpy terrain. The LCD screen shows you all you need to know, including your speed, battery power, and distance traveled.

  • Top Speed: 36 mph
  • Price: $18,900
  • Motor: Optibike PowerStorm™ MBB; 1,700 W
  • Battery: Removable dual battery capacity; 3,260 Wh
  • Weight: 93 lbs

  • Claimed 280-mile range using assistance around 15 MPH
  • Versatile on all terrain
  • Cushy suspension


  • Dual-battery makes bike heavier than it needs to be
  • Unfavorable weight-to-speed ratio
  • Expensive for its capabilities
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7. Bakcou Mule at 35 mph

Mules are sturdy beasts – and Bakcou’s Mule high-speed electric bikes live up to their namesake.

This fast ebike uses the Bafangs ULTRA mid-drive motor and torque motor sensor for a sturdy, capable bike. For quick stopping power, this hardtail ebike has Tektro hydraulic disc brakes.

  • Top Speed: 35 mph
  • Price: $4,799
  • Motor: Bafant ULTRA; 1,500 W
  • Battery: Extended Distance 48 V 17.5 Ah
  • Weight: 79 lbs

  • Makes heavy terrain easily accessible
  • High weight capacity for carrying equipment
  • Powerful brakes


  • Limited range on standard battery
  • Stock drivetrain wears out quickly
  • Can be hard to control at high speeds
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8. Engwe X26 at 31 mph

The Engwe X26 foldable fat tire electric bike offers up to 48 miles on a single charge. A second battery will give you an additional 14 miles.

It is an all-terrain bike with triple suspension, an LCD display, a Shimano 8-gear transmission system, and hydraulic disc brakes.

  • Top Speed: 31 mph
  • Price: $1,799.99
  • Motor: 1,200 W high-speed brushless motor
  • Battery: 2 x 48 V Lithium-ion
  • Weight: 90 lbs

  • Reduced battery charge time
  • Powerful brakes
  • Adjustable suspension for multiple terrain types


  • Might be too big for smaller riders
  • Large hinge can impede normal pedaling motion
  • Slow power assist response time
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9. Juiced HyperScorpion at 30+ mph

This moped-style ebike is fantastic. The similar HyperScrambler 2 has comparable top speeds but has a higher price tag due to its longer range.

This ebike is loaded with safety features, a horn, rearview mirrors, brake lights, and turn signals. Not only will you feel safe; you’ll enjoy a smooth ride up to 70 miles.

  • Top Speed: 30+ mph
  • Price: $1,999
  • Motor: Retroblade motor; 1,000 W
  • Battery: 52 V 19.2 Ah
  • Weight: 102 lbs

  • Hauls heavy weight up hills easily
  • Powerful Tektro hydraulic brakes
  • Comes with turn signals and mirrors


  • Can be hard to control in Race Mode
  • Low pedal clearance
  • Incredibly bulky and heavy build
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10. Juiced HyperScrambler 2 at 30 mph

The HyperScrambler 2 has the same max speed as the HyperScorpion, but it boasts an impressive 100+ mile range.

The safety features of this ebike include dual side-view mirrors, turn signals, and a brake light. It has also been upgraded from previous versions with new G2 52V batteries, bringing you the explosive power you crave.

  • Top Speed: 30+ mph
  • Price: $2,499
  • Motor: Retroblade motor; 1,000 W
  • Battery: G2 52 V 19.2 Ah
  • Weight: 119 lbs

  • Max range of 100 miles
  • Battery can be locked, removed, and charged on or off bike
  • Saddle seat allows for passengers


  • Non-adjustable seat
  • Very heavy
  • Riders shorter than average may have trouble riding
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11. Rambo Rampage Electric Bike at 28 mph

The Rambo Rampage mountain bike might not be one of the fastest e-bikes on the market, but it’s tough. This one’s for extreme riders – from backwood hunters to steep hill climbers.

It has the same speed as the Stagger below, but this electric bike is built to last and gives you up to 60 miles of range.

It has an 11-speed transmission, Tektro 4-piston hydraulic brakes, and an LCD screen displaying power, speed, distance, and battery level.

  • Top Speed: 28 mph
  • Price: $4,999
  • Motor: 1,000 W mid-drive motor
  • Battery: 21 Ah
  • Weight: 67 lbs

  • 4-piston powerful Tektro brakes
  • Climbs hills and terrain well
  • Separate thumb throttle is standard


  • Stock seat can be uncomfortable
  • No included lights
  • Not easily portable
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12. Trek Allant+ 8S Stagger at 28 mph

The Stagger has the same speed as the Rampage but is an affordable alternative with good battery life. The Range Boost feature means you can add a Bosch battery to improve the distance you get – up to 70 miles.

  • Top Speed: 28 mph
  • Price: $3,999.99
  • Motor: Bosch Performance Speed
  • Battery: Bosch PowerTube 625 Wh
  • Weight: 54 lbs

  • Built for comfort–and it delivers
  • Great maneuverability
  • 90 mile range in Eco mode makes it a great commuter


  • High price
  • Limited use on flatter streets only
  • Low stability at high speeds


Are fast electric bikes street-legal?

Yes, but they have speed limits. Class 1 and 2 bikes can go up to 20 mph; Class 3 bikes up to 28 mph.

Which is the fastest e-bike?

The fastest e-bikes of 2023 are the Revolution XX, followed by the Revolution X and the Stealth B-52.

What's the fastest an e-bike can go legally?

In the US, electric bikes are limited to either 20 mph or 28 mph, depending on the class. While the fastest electric bike may be capable of more speed, you’ll have to take it off-road to stay legal. Calculate the range of various eBikes with our handy calculator today.

What's the fastest an e-bike can go legally?

In the US, electric bikes are limited to either 20 mph or 28 mph, depending on the class. While the fastest electric bike may be capable of more speed, you’ll have to take it off-road to stay legal. Calculate distance with our handy calculator today.

Are there safety concerns associated with the fastest electric bikes?

Stability and control can be a safety concern for inexperienced riders. At high speeds, your chances of colliding with pedestrians increase.

Wrapping Up

There you have it – the fastest electric bikes. Our favorite is the Revolution XX because of its modern design and top speed, but the Revolution X is a decent runner-up for a fun alternative to cars and off-road vehicles.