Learn everything you want to know about Roll—from our delivery area to the difference between a throttle-only ebike and a pedal assist ebike.
ROLL does not have an ebike shop. We deliver directly to to where you are staying within 10 miles of Downtown Durango, Colorado.
What if I want to rent an ebike, but I’m staying outside of Durango?
We are happy to meet you at Memorial Park on 29th Street and East 3rd Ave. From town (South) go north on 550 and turn right on 32nd Ave. across the bridge, then turn right on 29th Street and park at the corner of 29th and East 3rd Ave.
Can I demo an ebike first?
Yes! Give us a call: 970.233.7904
What do our customers say about Roll?
Check out our reviews.
How fast do Roll ebikes go?
Roll offers Rad Power and Pedego brand ebikes. Both go up to 20 miles per hour.
Can kids ride Roll ebikes?
Yes, kids age 8 and up can ride the Cruisers or Tandems with a parent or adult friend.
What does Pedal Assist mean?
Pedal assist is a mode that provides power only when you are pedaling. The pedal assist mode is also nice because you can focus purely on your pedaling and you don't have to hold the throttle in a certain position.
Which Roll ebikes are Pedal Assist?
All of Roll's ebikes have both pedal assist and throttle except for our eTandem's, which are throttle only.
What does Throttle Mode mean?
When the throttle is engaged the motor provides power and propels you and the bike forward. A throttle allows you to pedal or just kick back and enjoy a “free” ride! Our throttles can be fine tuned like a volume dial between low and full power up to 20 miles per hour maximum.
Are ebikes allowed on the road?
An ebike is just like any other bike and are allowed on roads in bike lanes and on the Animas River Trail. Please follow traffic laws, be safe, and have fun!
How is your ebike fleet maintained?
Roll contracts with Animas Cycles, a mobile bike mechanic company, to ensure your ebike is in top shape.