The amount of weight that an electric bike can pull varies depending on the specific model, motor power, battery capacity, and other factors. However, in general, most electric bikes are designed to carry a maximum weight of around 250-300 pounds (113-136 kg), including the weight of the rider and any cargo.

Some electric bikes may be designed specifically for cargo or hauling heavier loads and may have a higher weight capacity. These e-bikes may also have features such as stronger frames, larger motors, and specialized cargo racks or trailers to help with carrying heavier loads.

It's important to check the manufacturer's specifications and recommendations for your specific electric bike model to determine its weight capacity and any limitations or restrictions on the amount of weight it can safely carry. Overloading an electric bike beyond its weight capacity can not only damage the bike but also compromise the safety of the rider and others around them.