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Step Through 7 Elec
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"Lightweight, cool looking, I can swap it out from regular to electric bike"

-Sari C., Step Through 7 Elec Customer

Step Through 7 Elec

4.58 out of 5 based on 19 customer ratings
19 reviews



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Our Peace Step Through 7 Elec speeds up your ride up to 28 MPH for 25 – 40 Miles per charge!

Backorder - Estimated Mid-February - End of February
Buy 2x Bikes, Get a Sweet Discount!
  • 41 - Fits most riders 4'10" - 5'3"
  • 45.5 - Fits most riders 5'2" - 5'10"+
40+Mile Range

Key Bike Features:

  • Upright sitting position frame and handlebar geometry
  • 7-speed Derailleur hub transmission
  • Choose between electric or regular bike
  • Very comfy leatherette saddle
  • Luxury Ride and Look
  • Custom Plastic Coat Guard
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Motor Capacity

Class 3 E Bike

20MPH w/ Throttle or 28MPH w/ Pedaling

3-4 Hours

Charging time

40 Miles

Max Range

275 Lbs

Max Load

How much does it weigh?

57 Pounds Ebike + 35 Pounds Regular Bike

How much can it carry?


How powerful is the battery?

36v 7.2AH

Product Description

***All bikes Ship Estimated Mid-February - End of February***


***To use front Elec Wheel requires removing the front fender: Choose from either riding a regular silver front wheel or the black Elec wheel kit/rim***

***Ride up to 28 MPH for 25 - 40 Miles per charge runs 36v 350 watts on a built in 7.2 ah battery that requires 3.5 hours to fully charge***

Whether you're riding around in the neighborhood, getting some coffee or groceries at the store, the 55-pound Peace Elec electric wheel bike has got your back and will uncomplicate your life when in search of a lightweight, easy to use, comfortable, and utilitarian E commuter bicycle.

You'll be able to go up to 28 MPH for 25 - 40 Miles per charge with our Peace Elec electric wheel bike series depending on speed used (low, medium, high).
You'll have the option of thumb throttle, pedal assist, or thumb throttle with pedal assist. The Unit runs 36v 350 watts on a built in 7.2 ah battery that requires 3.5 hours to fully charge.

Best of all the Elec series will be lighter than most E - bikes, better looking, and the Electric wheel unit interchangeable with your other bikes!

An electric wheel bicycle makes life super easy when you're just trying to get something that still has that classic feel but with a touch of technology added.

Plus our front and rear lights will keep you safe at night and guards safe from the elements.

Electric Wheel Bike - Living With An E-bike Conversion Wheel

An electric bike is something that can make your daily life a lot easier. Plenty of us use our regular bikes as a way to get from one place to another, but that can sometimes be tiring and difficult. This is especially true if you're someone who lives far away from their job, or has another reason to have a lengthy commute on a daily basis. For this kind of person, a bit of assistance would be lovely, and electric bikes are perfect for commuting. And that assistance can come in the shape of an electric wheel bike.
Now, we understand. There are many options out there and that's why we're here today. We won't only explain what an electric wheel bike is. We'll also show you how a day with one looks like, and how you can make the most of it.  That being said, let's not waste any time and get into it.

What is an electric wheel bike?

When it comes to bicycles, there are two main categories as far as power goes. One of them is the conventional bicycle. It has no motor, no engine, and requires you to turn pedals in order to move forward. The other one is an e-bike, something that's pretty popular nowadays. and makes use of an electric motor that will get you anywhere you're going faster, or less tired and sweaty. There is a category of people though, who consider that a conventional bike is slow and needs too much effort, but an e-bike is expensive to buy and maintain. If only there was a middle ground, that category of people would be pretty happy. Well, there is - an electric wheel bike. The concept is pretty simple. You get your conventional bike, you add an e-bike conversion wheel, and you get the perfect middle ground.

How does it work?

In order to understand how an electric wheel bike works, we'll touch upon how a conventional bicycle works. Basically, you have a crankset that you turn, as well as a chain that transfers that power to the rear hub. The rear hub spins, thus spinning the rear wheel, and keeping you moving. In this case, the front hub is pretty much useless. All it needs to do is spin freely and not slow you down.

An electric wheel bike makes use of that "useless" front hub. It basically adds an electric motor to it, turning it into a motor that powers the entire bike. The concept is shockingly simple, even though there's a bit more engineering involved in it than we describe here. But let's leave that to the engineers, all we need to do is ride our electric wheel bike and enjoy it. You basically get an electric wheel for bike.

The result? You have your conventional bike. You ride it like one, turn the pedals and everything. But when necessary, you also have a motor that can give you a bit more speed, or a bit more distance when you're tired. The electric wheel bike is truly the best of both worlds and a great way to add a bit of power to your bike.

Let's compare it to a conventional e-bike

This type of talk does beg the question, why not just go for an e-bike? Well, let's compare them both so you can see for yourself that there are truly compelling reasons to go for an electric wheel bike instead. We'll see what the electric bike wheel motor gets you that you won't find with a conventional e-bike. First things first, e-bikes are expensive. They require a lot more engineering for them to work right, and be durable, and hence the production (and therefore final sales) prices are higher. With an e-bike conversion wheel, you're only buying the wheel (or a whole electric wheel bike), and the price is significantly lower.

Another thing is that electric bikes are very, very heavy (average E-bike weighs 75-80 pounds). That motor takes up a large part of the frame, and no amount of lightweight components can completely offset the weight. There's also the fact that the weight is in the middle of the bike, low to the ground, which isn't the best place for a hefty block. On the other hand, with an electric wheel bike, there's a fairly small motor that's attached to the front hub. This isn't just lighter, it's a different type of weight since it rotates, so you'll feel it a bit less. Ride an electric wheel bike right after, or before an e-bike, and you'll immediately feel a massive difference.

One of the biggest complaints - especially with women, is that E-bikes are too heavy and clunky to operate. 

Last but not least, there's compatibility. While it may seem like an e-bike is the perfect do-it-all solution, it isn't. There are situation where you'll wish you had a slightly different bike. Whether it's a completely rigid one, or one with more suspension, you'll definitely want that at some point. Well, with an electric wheel bike, you've got it. The wheel itself is interchangeable. This means you can fit it to just about any bike you want. That by itself does add quite a lot of versatility.

So, how does a day in the life with an electric wheel bike look like?

Well, the morning is kind of identical to any other morning, so we won't get into too much detail. I get up, I have my morning coffee, and I get dressed for work. In the meantime, I remember I'll need to stop by to my parents' house and drop off my father's USB drive when I'm going back home. That's going to add a bit of distance to my commute. I'll also want to pick up coffee on my way to work, and oh - I've got bills to pay while I'm on my lunch break. I keep forgetting about them. The lunch break is kinda short, though, not sure if I'll make it on time. That being said, the road to my parents' house isn't freshly paved. Instead, it resembles the cobblestones you'll find on Paris-Roubaix. That won't be too comfortable on my hybrid bike, so I'll opt for the cruiser instead, and make that my electric wheel bike. That one's got a ride that's a touch more forgiving. Given all the places I'll need to go to, I should definitely have some kind of assistance while riding, that'll get me there faster. Well, I just grab my e-bike conversion wheel, and put it at the front of my cruiser bike. Simple as that. And I'm out of my apartment, and on my electric wheel bike.

Let's grab coffee and head into the office

Yes, I know I just had coffee at home, but I'll need another one in order to put up with all the morning tasks that will be waiting at my desk. My favorite coffee shop isn't exactly along the way, and I'm running late. Well, fortunately, I've got that electric bike wheel front, so I use a bit of juice to make sure I get my cup of coffee to go, and still get to work on time. Made it - time to get some work done. If I hadn't had the electric bike front wheel hub motor, I would be late.

Before you know it, it's time for my lunch break. Well, I'm not going to have lunch because I have bills to pay. However, that's a fair bit away from my job. If I were on a conventional bicycle, chances are my lunch break wouldn't be enough. However, the e-bike conversion wheel allows me to get further for that same period of time. Now I can go, pay my bills, and come back with time left over to grab a quick snack. Perfect.

Time to head out to my parents' house

Now that I'm done with work, I hop on my electric wheel bike and head to my parents' house. I've had a long day at work, so you can say I'm pretty tired at this point. But I'm not pedaling that much, since the conversion wheel does most of the job for me. And considering I put it on my most comfortable bike, the cruiser, I have no issues whatsoever with the cobblestones. I get to my parents' house, and of course, it's not just leaving the USB drive and going home. Dinner is served, waiting for me, and I'll want to have a coffee with them after that, too. But I've got a wife and kids waiting for me at home. If I were riding a conventional bike, this would've been an issue. I would have to ride like crazy in order to spend some time with the little ones before they go to sleep. And I'm tired, both from the long day at work, and the commute to my parents' house. There's only one solution - rely on that electric bike conversion wheel again. And why not?

It lets me get home on time. It lets me get home much less tired than I would if I didn't have it. And it lets me spend the majority of my time on activities I love, instead of the commute itself. Did I mention that I also had time to get a few groceries on the way home, too?

Why an electric wheel bike, and not a conventional e-bike?

Many of you who have some kind of experience would argue that I could've done the same thing with a conventional e-bike. However, I beg to differ - let me explain why.

Weight is a major issue

First things first, I live in an apartment. I'm on the third floor, and unfortunately, there's no elevator. There's also no place to safely lock up the bike on the ground floor, so my best bet is to keep it at home. This means I have to carry it three floors up every time. An e-bike would be so much heavier that I would actually rather walk than do that. It's just not worth it for me. I also have a couple of sets of stairs on my way to work, ones I can't avoid so I have to lift my bike up those, too. While we're discussing the weight, it's also worth mentioning maneuverability. This might be an issue that's specific to me and my commute, but I share bike paths with plenty of other cyclists. I also need to do quick, tight turns in numerous alleyways. If I were to have a heavy block right above my crankset, that maneuverability would be significantly crippled. It won't make my commute impossible, but it'll make it a lot trickier to do. There's none of those issues with an electric wheel bike.

The price difference isn't something I can neglect either

Then, we have the price. While I do use my bike as my main means of transportation, I would still have a hard time justifying the price of an e-bike. They're simply too expensive, as they're pretty new, and until prices come down, I won't be getting one. I get everything I need from my electric wheel bike, so it's definitely not worth it for me. An argument could be made that you can get an entry level e-bike for the same price as an electric wheel bike. That might be true, but the quality of the rest of the components won't be on the same level. That's something I don't want to skimp on.

Also, I was to go for an electric bike wheel conversion kit, I could get the electric bike wheel hub motor for a fraction of the price. I'd still have an e-bike, but it'd be an electric bike wheel hub, and not a complete, pricey e-bike.

On the other hand, what happens if there's an issue with the motor? What if I manage to damage it somehow? Well, with an e-bike, I'd be out of luck. I would have to get a new motor, or a complete new frame, and both of those options are pretty expensive. With an electric conversion wheel, I just get myself a new front wheel - that's it.

I actually need the interchangeability

Ever heard of the saying that "the right number of bikes to have is n+1, where n is the number of bikes you currently have"? Well, I have, and I do have a couple of bikes at my disposal. I've got a road bike, a hardtail, a full suspension bike, and a cruiser. And while they're all different in their main purpose, I do like to use some of them interchangeably. If I were to need a road e-bike, and a mountain e-bike, that's two separate bikes. And it's not only the price, but I'm stuck with motors on both of them, something that's heavy and I don't always need. And I still have a cruiser bike with conventional power - my legs, which is far from ideal. That's my go-to, do-it-all city bike, so I do need the electric power. You see what my problem is? I don't only need an electric wheel for road bike, I need an electric bike wheel with battery I can use on any of my bikes.

And I do solve it quite successfully with the electric wheel bike method. I only have one wheel. Yes, that did require a bit of planning, as I need all the bikes I use it on to have the same wheel dimensions. But this is something I already had before, and even if I didn't have it, it wouldn't be too much of an issue to achieve. I basically paid the price of one motor, and I got three e-bikes. Add to that the possibility of getting another bike that I can use the wheel with, and you'll see what my point is. It's versatile, and I love it.

Wrapping things up - I really love my electric wheel bike!

There's one thing I have to admit. My life wouldn't be the same without my electric wheel bike. Well, bikes. One wheel gets me multiple bikes. From the likes of step through bikes, would I be able to get to work and back, even with an extra stop or two along the way? Probably, but it would require a lot of planning and me leaving home early, and getting home late. I was living with a 7-speed cruiser bike for a while, I'd know. For some, this might not be that much of an issue. For me, it is. I appreciate my sleep, and I appreciate the time I spend with my family in the evenings.

Chances are, after getting used to this, I would never go back to a conventional bike. I love my electric wheel bike a bit too much for that. I also wouldn't step up to a full-on e-bike, as that's pricey, and as I mentioned earlier, would actually get me in more trouble in quite a few situations.

So, when everything is said and done, I can comfortably conclude that an electric wheel bike is the best thing that has happened to me. It changed the way I get around town. It allows me to get anywhere and everywhere quickly, and without being nearly as tired as I'd be otherwise. And best of all, it didn't cost me too much to buy, ride and maintain. Would I buy another one if I decide to switch wheel sizes? Absolutely.

Step Through

Weight: 55 Pounds (fully equipped) ; Regular Bike 34 Pounds

Peace Elec Interchangeable Front Wheel: 36v 350 watts 7.2 ah battery

Frame: PEACE hi-tensile steel frame, with fender and rear rack braze-ons

Fork: PEACE hi-tensile steel fork, with fender, light and front rack braze-ons

Handlebar: Alloy

Stem: Alloy

Headset: 1″ threaded steel

Grips: PEACE designer grips, closed end

Freewheel: Shimano MF-TZ20 7spd 14-28t Freewheel

Crankset: 1/2″x3/32″X44T, steel chainrings, alloy forged crank

Chain: KMC Z51RB, 1/2″x3/32″, anti-rust, steel

Pedals: Alloy, with Kraton black pads, reflectors

Brakes: NEW Front/Rear Alloy Linear-Pull

Shifter: Shimano 7-speed Revoshift twist shifter

Derailleur: Shimano Altus 7-speed

Brake Levers: Alloy V-brake lever

Saddle: NEW PEACE Comfort Saddle

Seat post: Alloy

Seat post clamp: Alloy 1 bolt

Tires: NEW Kenda Balloons, brown or creme

Inner tubes: Schrader valve

Rims: Alloy, single wall, machined brake surface

Spokes: Stainless steel 14G

Chainguard: PEACE full chainguard, alloy

Kickstand: NEW Alloy, center mount, double kick

Fenders: Alloy full fenders

Fender Struts: Stainless steel

Spoke guard: Solid plastic with matching color

Bell: Bronze designer bell, etched PEACE logo

Front Light: Battery-powered, tear-shaped light, on/off

Rear Light: Battery-powered, rack mount, with red reflector, on/off

Rear Rack: Chrome plated steel rear rack, w/ fixing stays and steel spring clamp

Wheel Reflectors: PVC, clear

Extra’s:  Allen Keys, Wrench

Since our inception in 2014, we have manufactured many bicycles and know that suppliers and factories can sometimes change our bicycle specifications and make it clear that they are “subject to change without notice”. They do this because bicycles are made from 100’s of parts which are sourced from many vendors. For this reason, our bikes may be slightly different from their images, and we cannot ensure that they will be exactly as specified.

Covid has also added a new layer of uncertainty for parts because there is so much demand for parts all around the world. For this reason, we reserve the right to change product specifications at any time without notice. Please be sure we’ll always use our discretion to ensure quality.

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Your bike will be shipped as we receive it from production in one of our 85% assembled boxes straight to your nearest bike shop/mechanic or to your home. With this option you will need to schedule an appointment with a reputable bike shop in your area and secure transport of the large bike box or assemble it yourself. (Bike Shops prefer a week’s heads up on average). Average bike shop assembly service costs are $65-$100. To make sure you have the safest possible biking experience, we only recommend assembly by professional bicycle mechanics.


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Your bike will be assembled to 100%, tuned, and delivered to your door.

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    4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    The bike rides and feels like a dream. It took a while to get so no 5 stars but I must say it takes me where i want to go nicely. Didn’t like that I had to asseble it. I see now the 100% option yo have. But i feel liken ikea champ after about 25 minutes. I like the green lights when it’s charging in my garage. Can I still get two bike special of some sort if I had another for my bf?


    4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I used to have a klunker that I will not name it was so hard to handle around I decided to take a chance with you and I’m happy.. but for the most part I think I should have gotten the step through. And thanks for answering at 12 at midnight last night. Wow ur up late. Can I get new tires from you?

    Like the caliper brakes – had internal but they kept getting squeky and rubbing a lot on the wheel.

    The coat guard is very different. can’t say I’ve seen that except for Gazelle bikes types

    enjoy the saddle is has a nice cush

    The throttle is easy to set up. Do you sell cup holders?

    In big picture I’m happy tho fully equipped could include a cup holder, pouch, stickers?


    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Damn my bike looks nice! I am glad I did not cheap out and try to out it together because it came 100% assembled and I was able to ride it like right away. They were out of Seafoam though… but I guess I’ll live just fine with the night blue color. Everybody in the street is looking at me when I ride around and askin me to let them try it. This girl is happy with ya’ll I hope you keep doing what you doing.

    Pro’s- lightweight, cool looking, I can swap it out, and it didn’t cost 4 grand

    Con’s – I live in an area where it can be stolen easily and I am always making sure I have 2 locks on it. You guys need to come out with a way to keep it safe. I know it’s not easy and a little wheel lock isn’t going to cut it.

    I wish the night blue came with choice of brown tires…


    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    It came 100% assembled to my house and It took an extra week because the shop by my house was so busy they explained! Oh my god glad to have an e bike finally. I got the step through seafoamy with elec wheel and it’s awesome. my husband took it for a spin around the block as well. I was a little surprised that it was so good looking. Like back to the future. My neighbor thinks i am crazy zipping around the block with this thing but I am happy to get out of the house. Though I’d be switching it back to the normal style that’s not electric… but I am feeling good with this speed. It goes up to 30 When I’m pedaling on top of the throttle at max speed and it’s starting to worry my husband so I keep it at 18-20. One thing I would change is it doesn’t come with a front rack or the option of one. I need more carry room. Also a cup holder would be nice. Maybe a lock that’s embedded in the bike too would be cool.


    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    In Canada there is no rules for speed in the backroads so thank you for the 28mph boost! I ride down dirt paths and am having a ball! When are you comin out with a front rackk! I am amazed the rear can carry 50 pounds easy I see there is room for more on the front maybe.


    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Overall it was a good buy. I am happy with the bike and how it comfy the saddle and riding position is. The shifter is easy to use and thank you for the added instructions. I can’t believe the bike is so cool looking. Like back to the future. I really like slow speed to get out of the grass in front of my house. then I use the medium speed to accelerate to where the pavement is. Can only describe ride as euphoric in this time. I wish you had the old peach color in stock.


    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I love this bike, it’s perfect! I was really hesitant to buy something online, bc not being able to test drive, but I am very happy.

    I chose the 100% assembled option and it came assembled. I highly recommend this bike to anyone who is considering an e-bike!

    It goes to fast on max speed when I pedal and use the throttle and then sometimes it’s just better to have a normal bike.


    4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I had to wait a little longer then the estimate. Isn’t that the way of the world right now. Whats really cool about this bike is the way can be regular bike or e bike. The Green light flashing in my garage makes me happy that it’s charging.

We go the extra mile to ensure quality

Our bikes undergo a strict CPSC testing process to ensure they meet USA Biking standards.

Frequently asked questions

How do I contact Peace Bicycles?

1)Text us any time at 847-877-9967 or
2)Email us at or
3)Use our Chat box.

What are the assembly options?

1) Choose FREE shipping at checkout and send the bike to your home. Assembly instructions and all tools needed are included inside the box.
2) Choose FREE shipping at checkout and
send the bike to your bike shop/mobile mechanic service of choice.
3) Choose our 100% assembled option, and we will arrange 100% assembled delivery to your door.

What is the tire size of your Step Through and Diamond Bikes?

We use mostly 26 x 2.15 balloon tires which provide both cushion and speed.

What is the difference between Internal and Derailleur Transmissions?

Internal transmissions are premium, more weatherproof, feature an improved internal gear mechanism for a smoother ride, are less to maintain, and allow you to change gears without pedaling.

Derailleur transmissions are still our most popular style and do an awesome Job yet you have to pedal when changing gears.

I'm in between the 41 and 45.5 size bikes. Which size should I choose?

If you’re in between sizes, we recommend the 41 size. The only difference between sizes is the length of the seat tube which the saddle stem can always replace. This way if you’re right on the cusp you can always lower the saddle if you need. With a 45.5 it could be too tall.

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