Choose a frame material that suits your needs. Steel frames are comfortable but heavy. Aluminum frames are lightweight but less comfortable than steel frames. Carbon frames are lightweight and comfortable but expensive.
Select the appropriate motor class for your needs, including Class 1 e-bikes with pedal assistance up to 20 mph, Class 2 e-bikes with throttle options, and Class 3 e-bikes.
Choose a brand that has a good reputation for quality and customer service. Look for brands that offer warranties and have good reviews from other customers.
Choose an electric bike that fits your budget. Prices can range from a few hundred dollars to a thousand dollars, depending on the brand, type of bike, and features.