E-bikes have established themselves as the most fun way to get around. The ability to easily ride up hills or down the street at 25 mph makes them an absolute blast. How much fun is riding to the gym or office on a bike that gets you there fast and lets you choose your level of assistance?

I’m a reasonably tall guy at 6’2″, so a comfortable bike that fits me is essential, and I just so happen to have one. For guys even taller, I can imagine the struggle is very real. So, after doing some research and reading the reviews, here are the best e-bikes for tall riders.

Also check out our eBikes under $2000 and eBikes under $1500 buying guides 

If you are a tall dude and has some other recommendations for our readers, please let us know in the comment section below.

Top e-Bikes for Tall People – Editor’s Picks

All these bikes are handpicked and personally vetted by me. These bikes support riders over 6ft

1. Ride1Up LMT’D e-bike

Ride1Up has excellent bikes at great prices. A maximum seat height of 40″ and handle height of 42″ makes this bike an excellent electric bicycle for tall riders, and the handlebars are spaced just right for those of us that need to be in the gym doing back muscle training. While billed as an all-terrain bike, this hybrid cruiser isn’t for hard-core mountain biking but will do some more mild off-roading.

The LMT’D is a type three e-bike with electric-only throttle and power-assisted pedaling, meaning there is potential to reach speeds of 28mph. The weight of this bike is awesome at just 53 lbs and has a decent range of 30-50 mph.

We taller guys also weigh more, and a 275 lb payload capacity means this bike can easily carry many of us around with its 750W brushless motor easily propelling the bike.

Pedal-assist can often feel like you’re barely pedaling depending on the gear being used on the 7-speed Shimano gearing. 180mm hydraulic brakes mean a rapid stop. It’s a spectacular e-bike for guys up to 6’4″

Any of Ride1Up bikes, whether the cruiser, commuter, or all-terrain, the XR frame will accommodate tall riders. Check out the 500 series, Core-5, and Cafe Cruiser. They are all outstanding values.

Bike Features

  • For people upto 6’4″
  • 750W motor
  • 30-50 mile range
  • Class 3
  • Shimano 8-speed Rapidfire Plus
  • 27.5″ x2.4″ tires
  • Hydraulic braking
  • 2.2″ color LCD display
  • Weight 53 lbs
  • Max seat height 40″

The Ride1Up LMT’D has been discontinued and replaced with the LMT’D V2

2. RadPower RadCity 5 Plus High Step

Rad Power Bikes is a well-known and trusted name in the ebike industry, and they have made some great ebikes for tall riders. As a taller rider, the high-step version of this bike is a perfect choice.

It’s able to accommodate riders of up to 6’5″ with a max payload of 275 lbs. What’s more, there’s more than enough power from the 750W brushless hub motor to reach speeds of up to 20 Mph. Coupled with a 14Ah battery, you can enjoy your bike for up to 55 miles of flat terrain.

And when you want to stop on a dime, even in “bad weather”, you can fully rely on the rad power hydraulic disc brakes. The RadCity 5 plus is definitely designed to be a commuter dream, and it’s not even that heavy to haul around at 65 lbs.

So if you are looking for a great commuter bike for an excellent price of well under $2000, this is definitely a good pick.

Features of this bike

  • For tall adults up to 6’5″
  • 750W motor
  • 28-55 miles on a single charge
  • Class 2
  • 7-speed gear system
  • 27.5″ x 2.0″ tires with puncture-resistant liner
  • Hydraulic disc brakes
  • LCD display
  • 65lb total weight
  • 37″ maximum seat height

3. Aventon Aventure.2 eBike

The Aventon Aventure (large size) is an excellent electric bike for tall people with a 42.3″ maximum seat height and a maximum rider height of 6’4″. This bike is available in three color options, which are sand, fire black, and camouflage green.

As a class 2 ebike, you get a maximum speed of 20mph. But the catch is that you can modify your bike to make it a class 3 ebike which allows it to go up to 28mph.

This bike has a powerful motor of 750 watts and a battery of 48 volts with a 15Ah capacity. That’s enough power to allow you to cover a maximum range of 53 miles depending on the assist level and terrain.

The backlit LCD display is super useful when it comes to displaying information. Out of all the features, the one I loved the most was the battery percentage display readout. That’s way superior to the traditional battery bar gauge.

Aventon Soltera – Worth Mentioning

The Aventon Soltera is an excellent and inexpensive electric bike for tall riders (up to 6’4″) who want a lot of bang for their buck. It’s a beautiful bike in black, blue, or citrine. And this type 2 e-bike will get you up to 20mph and carry you 41 miles with a 350W hub motor.


Tall riders can purchase this bike as either single-speed or 7-speed with respective weights of 41 lbs and 43 lbs due to a lightweight frame and 27.5″ x1.4″ tires.

This bike is one of the slimmest e-bikes available and is priced right for everything you get.

In essence, Aventure.2 is a great option for those who are tall and heavy. Soltera is perfect for tall people with leaner body type.

Features of Aventure2

  • For riders up to 6’4″
  • 750W motor
  • 45 miles average range
  • 53 miles maximum range
  • Class 2/3 ebike
  • 8-speed drivetrain
  • 26″ x 4″ tires
  • 5 level speed assist
  • Color LCD display
  • 73 lbs to the bike weight
  • 42.3″ maximum seat height

4. Eahora AM200 Multipurpose eBike

Fat tire e-bikes are all the rage for their flexibility. The Eashora is an excellent all-terrain e-bike that can tackle some serious trails. The max 44″ seat and 26″ x4″ tires can accommodate riders up to 6’7″ tall and up to 280 lbs for rides up to 60 miles.

You won’t miss the details of your ride with the color LCD display screen. The Shimano Altus 9-speed gearing, 750W motor, and three levels of peddle assist will get you around town and up steep trails at speeds up to 28 mph. 180mm hydraulic disc brakes will bring you from high speed to no speed in a hurry.

The full suspension makes it a great mountain bike for rough trails, and the cruise control capability is a cool feature. The look is more aggressive, and it screams mountain bike. A low weight of 66 lbs keeps it maneuverable.

The blue model looks super cool

AM200 Features

  • For people up to 6’7″
  • 750W motor
  • 41-mile average range
  • Class 3
  • 9-speed Shimano gearing
  • 26″ x4″ tires
  • Three levels of peddle assist
  • Color LCD display
  • Weight 66 lbs
  • Max seat height 44″

5. Juiced Bikes RipCurrent S

The RipCurrent S screams pure awesome. We tall riders looking for fat-tire fun, will get you anywhere with a fantastic 70-mile range and at class 3 speeds of 28mph with a 750-watt Bafang motor. Hydraulic disc brakes provide the stopping power a class 3 bike requires.

Tall people ride comfortably with an upright handlebar and a maximum seat height of 43.3″ on the XL version and 40″ on the large. Juiced says the height accommodated is 6’7″, and the weights accommodated are up to 300 lbs.

A 9-speed transmission, five levels of peddle assist, and a relatively light weight of 76 lbs, make the RipCurrent S a breeze to ride and a lot of fun on the road and accessible trails.

The backlit LCD is a little small for a bike at this price, but it provides all the information you need.

Note: Choose XL or L depending on the height


  • For people upto 6’7″
  • 750W motor
  • 70-mile range
  • Class 3
  • 9-speed gearing
  • 26″ x4″ tires
  • Hydraulic disc brakes
  • Backlit LCD display
  • Weight 76 lbs
  • 43″ max seat height

6. Radio Flyer M880

This ebike from the little red wagon company is another excellent pick for tall riders. As a class 2 electric bike, the 500W hub motor combined with the 48V, 15Ah battery will help you churn out enough power to peak at 20Mph.

Thanks to the capacity of the battery, you will be getting 30-50+ miles of riding, which is pretty good. And being a bike with 26″ fat tires means that you can take it off-road without any issues.
Tall riders, you’re covered up to 6’6″. And given that tall people generally weigh more, the payload capacity of 300 lbs and recommended rider capacity of 220 is ideal for most.

Being a bike of moderate to high power as well as an all-terrain bike, the disc brakes will give you enough stopping power. And the LCD display will give you the information you need to keep going.

Features of this electric bike

  • For people up to 6’6″
  • 500W brushless hub motor
  • 30-50+ miles on a single charge
  • Class 2
  • Shimano 7-speed derailleur
  • 26″ x 3.0″ tires
  • Mechanical disk brakes
  • LCD display
  • Weight 67 lbs
  • 36″ max seat height

7. Wing Freedom X.2 Electric Bike

Wing makes some seriously cool-looking commuter bikes with some great features. The Freedom X is a commuter’s dream for guys up to 6’4″. Its 550W hub motor with five levels of pedal assist is always ready to take you 60 miles per charge with the larger 14ah battery option. The smaller 8.8 will get you 35 miles, and the 10.4ah will take you up to 45.

This commuter gets you places fast, up to 25 mph, with its 26″ x1.75″ tires and very low weight of 39 lbs. 180mm stainless steel rotors slow you from the 25 mph very fast.

One of the most fantastic features unique to Wing bikes is a remote lock and an alarm system should someone try to tamper with your bike. Also very innovative is a color LCD display hidden in the frame.

You can expect excellent Wing quality and a gorgeous commuter bike for an outstanding price of under $1500.

Features of this electric bike

  • For people up to 6’4″
  • 550W motor
  • 35-60 mile range depending on battery
  • Class 3
  • 7-speed Shimano gearing
  • 26″ x1.75″ tires
  • Steel rotor brakes
  • Color LCD display
  • Weight 39 lbs

Previously, we had featured the Gen3 Outcross bike on this list. We had to take it out as they are out of stock for several months now and there is no update.

Outcross supported riders up to 6’6″ and 280 lbs. Look-wise, it was so good, definitely my personal favorite in the style category.

E-bikes are fantastic, especially now that gas prices are over $5/gallon. Anyone of these e-bikes is going to be a great option for taller people that want to get out and ride. Whether for a daily commute or just for fun, owners of each of these e-bikes rave about the quality. They’ll tell you how much fun it has introduced into their lives on Amazon.

I find myself writing reviews like this but pining away to get out on my bike for an hour or two. It certainly makes me work faster knowing there is a 15-mile ride waiting for me.

Now get out there and ride 🙂