The IZIP E3 Peak Plus Electric Bikes are relatively straightforward mountain e bikes. Its emphasis on quality does not go unnoticed, like its plus sized tires that do wonderfully in sketchy terrain. Or its hydraulic disc brakes with quad-piston calipers. For mountain bikers, it very well may be the best off road electric bikes for beginners.\r\nWhy We Like It - IZIP E3 Peak Plus\r\nWith enough torque to drive you up steep inclines and fat tires to traverse a variety of terrain, the IZIP E3 Peak Plus is built for cross-country fun and welcomes customization.\r\n\r\nDurability & Build Quality\r\nHardtail suspension is built into the aluminum frame (6061 aluminum alloy, hydroformed). This compounds the frame\u2019s already lightweight properties, as opposed to full suspension. The most notable piece is the 120mm air suspension fork. Tires are enlarged, plus size tires with maximum 25 PSI, 3 TPI casing and have wire beading.\r\nPerformance (Speed & Acceleration)\r\nThe Bosch CX mid drive motor Bosch Performance is a solid drive system that focuses hard on providing high-torque performance, up to 75Nm\u2014that's what the Bosch CX model is for. It might only be 350W, 400 less than the Quietkat Ranger 750, but it\u2019ll have no problem driving you up steep inclines with ease, while the Bosch Purion keeps track of your metrics.\r\nRange & Battery\r\nAnd get ready to climb all the mountains and off-road planes you want because the lithium-ion battery pack can power 65 miles of travel, with pedal assist. The HPC Revolution AT can travel nearly 100 miles.\r\nSafety Features\r\nUnlike the Tektro M735, you have a 2-piston rear system and a 2-piston front system, culminating into a satisfying hydraulic disc brake system with quad-piston calipers. For all the hills you\u2019ll travel, having great brakes is a necessity. The plus sized tires do well to provide extra support and stability, a natural safety feature. It lacks headlights, rear lights, and a rack, but is open to customization.\r\nValue\r\nThe IZIP E3 Peak Plus sits on the more expensive end of the spectrum. So, who is it for? It\u2019s very comfortable in off-road settings, especially when climbing hills and whatnot. Slap a rack in the back and you can turn it into a commuter\u2019s vehicle. Or, if cost is an issue, the Juiced RipCurrent S is better in nearly every aspect for just $2500.\r\nIZIP E3 Peak Plus Wrap Up\r\nThe IZIP E3 Peak Plus is yet another prince of climbing hills and tackling mountain paths, and so on, but not quite the king. Its hardtail suspension isn\u2019t for everyone either, though better for beginners. But it\u2019s open to customization, has great hydraulic brakes with calipers, and the high-powered torqued performance is excellent for climbing inclines.