Hyper E-Ride City Review

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The Hyper E-Ride City electric bike is commonly referred to as the electric bike from Walmart, as it sold almost exclusively at Walmart locations. The bikes battery lacks range, as the battery can only run for up to 20 miles or 1 hour. The E-Ride City scored a 26 on our Tower ebike score giving it a "non recommended ebike" rating. Read our full Hyper E-Ride City review below.

DISCLAIMER - Hyper and E-Ride City are trademarks of Hyper Bicycles, Inc., and use of that trademark in this review does not indicate that the reviewer is claiming any interest in the mark or any affiliation with or sponsorship or endorsement by Hyper Bicycles Inc.

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DISCLAIMER - Hyper and E-Ride City are trademarks of Hyper Bicycles, Inc., and use of that trademark in this review does not indicate that the reviewer is claiming any interest in the mark or any affiliation with or sponsorship or endorsement by Hyper Bicycles Inc.


Stephan Aarstol is an American internet entrepreneur and author of the book The Five Hour Workday, which is based on Towers' invention of the 5-hour workday in 2015 that would eventually spread the idea to over 10 million people worldwide. Since founding Tower in 2010, it has gone on to become one of America's fastest growing companies and Mark Cuban's best investment in the history of Shark Tank. Tower has diversified into a direct to consumer electric bike company called Tower Electric Bikes, a beachfront event venue called Tower Beach Club, and NoMiddleman.com, where consumers can shop all the world's finest direct to consumer brands from one easy place.