E-MTB Deals: Electric Mountain Bikes from $3,799

Whether you call it electrified fun on wheels or just plain fun, these E-mountain bike deals are worth a look.

Whether you call it electrified fun on wheels or just plain fun, these e-mountain bike deals are worth a look. More brands are offering electric options for trail and enduro mountain bikes, and we found discounts on them up to $3500! Be sure to check out our electric mountain bike reviews for even more options. And if a motorized ride isn’t your thing, don’t worry we still found these mountain bike deals.

Marin Bikes Alpine Trail E E-Bike

$4,499.00 | $3,799.00 sale

At $4,499 the Alpine Trail eMTB is a good value. On sale, it’s an even better deal! This bike is designed for pure fun on the trail with a Shimano EP6 motor, 4-piston TRP brakes, and 160/150mm of travel front and rear.

Buy from Jenson USA

Specialized Turbo Levo Carbon

$6,800.00 | $4,999.99 sale

The Specialized Turbo Full Power 2.2 motor delivers a ton of torque – up to 90Nm – to blast up the steepest slopes and through the most technical terrain. With mixed wheels, a carbon frame, and 150/160mm of travel front/rear, this is the ultimate trail bike, electrified.

Buy from Specialized

Cannondale Moterra Neo 3 Electric Mountain Bike

$6,750.00 | $4,999.99 sale

The Moterra Neo 3 comes with a massive 750Wh battery that promises hours of riding while the alloy frame should last through years of abuse. It’s smartly specced too with a Maxxis Minion DHF tire up front, 12-speed Shimano drivetrain, and 4-piston Shimano brakes with 203mm rotors front and rear.

Buy from REI.com

Fezzari Wire Peak Pro

$5,899.00 | $4,999.00 sale

Fezzari says the Wire Peak “was built for performance and handling first, and pedal assist second.” If that sounds like your electric cup of tea you’re in luck, because right now the Wire Peak is on sale.

Buy from Fezzari

Rocky Mountain Altitude Powerplay Alloy 50 29 Mountain E-Bike

$7,599.00 | $6,079.20 sale

Looking at the Rocky Mountain Altitude Powerplay you wouldn’t think it would include a 720Wh battery and a motor capable of producing 108Nm of torque. With 170/160mm of travel front/rear, it’s a powerful bike designed to go fast.

Buy from The Pro’s Closet

Santa Cruz Bicycles Bullit Carbon CC MX R e-Bike

$9,049.00 | $6,799.00 sale

With 170mm of travel front and rear, the Santa Cruz Bullit is the enduro bike for riders who’d just as soon breeze through the transfer stages.

Buy from Backcountry.com

Ibis Oso GX e-Bike

$10,999.00 | $7,499.00 sale

The Ibis Oso is a bear of an eMTB with 155mm of DW-Link rear suspension travel, a 170mm Fox 38 fork, and a powerful Bosch motor. The included 750Wh battery is even swappable so you can self shuttle the best descents all day long.

Buy from Competitive Cyclist

Specialized Turbo Kenevo SL Expert

$11,000.00 | $7,699.99 sale

Specialized designed the Turbo Kenevo SL to ride more like a traditional enduro bike and riders definitely seem to dig it. With less weight than the Kenevo, the SL sails through the air for a more playful romp down the mountain.

Buy from Specialized

Pivot Shuttle LT Ride SLX/XT e-Bike

$9,899.00 | $8,415.00 sale

Powerful motor. Powerful brakes. The Pivot Shuttle LT is the bike you want to ride on the biggest days outside the park and the flip chip lets you dial in the geo for your riding style.

Buy from Competitive Cyclist

Yeti Cycles 160E T1 Turq Series

$12,700.00 | $10,160.00 sale

The Yeti 160E is an enduro race-ready e-MTB with a Shimano EP8 drive motor system. And as our tester says, “there’s nothing dull about a ride with 170mm front and 160mm rear travel.” Turq carbon and Reverb AXS dropper, this e-bike has all the bells and whistles for a little over $10k on sale. Read more.

Buy from Worldwide Cyclery

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