In the words of our customers:

Easily the best value, easiest to ride electric bikes in Canberra - with the most reliable after sales support. Having tested the Switched on Cycles electric bikes on guided bike tours with hundreds of people over two years of continuous use I can say, hand on heart, they are the most reliable, easy to ride electric bikes in Canberra. And offer the best value with quality components (battery, motor, gears, tyres) and the best after sales service in Canberra by far! Having done the research across many types of e-bikes and having given them the most rigorous testing you can rely on Switched On Cycle e-bikes to last, with low maintenance costs - very important when making this big investment. And that is why I purchased ten! Graham Tupper, Urban Adventures, June 2019

"Switched on Cycles is fantastic. They were friendly, helpful and answered all my questions. I look forward to seeing them again for upgrading my battery". review from satisfied customer (face book) April 2018

"I love my electric bike from Switched on Cycles. It really goes!" review from satisfied customer (face book) March 2018

"I can honestly say that the electric bike has been the best investment decision I have made in years. It has enabled greater flexibility with travelling around Canberra, and has eliminated our consideration of purchasing a second vehicle - saving a significant amount of money and benefiting the environment. Finally I cannot speak highly enough of Simone and Kym's professionalism, passion, and attention to detail" Joshua had his bike converted in January 2015.

"Great products, prices & service. We LOVE our two bikes and amazed how small they fold up!" Rohan ans his wife purchased two bikes in July 2014

"Just riding our new converted ebikes around Lake Burley Griffin. Wonderful to be riding all day again despite an injury. They did excellent and sympathetic conversions of our bikes and I highly recommend Switched on Cycles" Shaun and partner Sandra have had 4 bikes converted to electric bikes in October 2014

"Goes like stink!!" Chris tested our crank drive kit in October 2013

"Electric bikes have come of age. I've been riding this on loan from SoC for the last two days and I've had a great time. It's like riding with a permanent tail wind, even into a headwind. Where's the battery you ask? In the bidon cage. Take the battery out, and the bike is only marginally heavier than standard. Serious fun ! Yes Kim, I'll return it soon. Thanks heaps for the loan !! Michael tested our light weight commuter bike in October 2013.

"Wonderful, a pleasure to ride, no loss of power after three hours, comfortable to ride even though I have a bad back, legs and backside.....I'm going home to sell my mobility scooter to get one of your bikes!" Lyn, tested the Gear-ee folding bike in September 2010.

"Fun to ride...very versatile especially the folding bike. Couldn't really fault it". John, tested a Gear-ee folding bike in September 2010.

"I really enjoyed the folding bike- it felt light and responsive. I wished it had gears! It ran out of battery on the way home from work but I could have re-charged at work (or pedaled a little more!). David, tested a Volto Star (folding bike without gears) in September 2010.

"All good. Throttle takes getting used to." Bill, tested a E-city Roller (townie style bike) in July 2010.

"It is too easy to not put in any effort and let the bike do all the hard work. I think I am too young to ride an electric bike....Great concept for others for commuting. My wife loves it!" Andrew, tested a E-city Roller in June 2010".

"An excellent bike! The extra weight is more than compensated by the sure footed tyres, handling response and the power to eat up the hills. I effortlessly managed to do a better time than my road bike on the 20km from Theodore to Holder in 45-50 mins. I' ld be very interested in fitting a power wheel to my road bike". Jim, tested a bike in May 2010.

"My dog is highly supportive of the bike. Very excited at the long ride!" Tracy, tested a townie style bike in March 2010.

"One I got used to it I found it very easy to use and did 34.6km effortlessly. Not a bit tiring". Tim, tried a Perpetual Motion (mountain bike style) April 2010.