E-bike inspiration Trilogy 1/3

Since Parler d’Expresso supports durable modes of transport, posting an e-bike inspiration trilogy was only one of the most logical steps to take. Here’s part one of the trilogy.

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    1. I think these bikes are as comfortable as it gets. Cafe racer motorcycles meets bicycle 🙂 It’s a great way to show a bit of personality along with thinking of the environment.

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    1. They’re not very common where I’m from either. We mostly ride Dutch style bikes with electric assistance here when it comes to e-bikes. I think this is a pretty big thing for the future though they’re still pretty high priced.

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    1. It’s not that hard 🙂 E-bikes actually propel you forward when you start pedaling, which makes it even easier. All you need to do is keep your balance, and if you don’t keep your balance just take your foot of the pedals and catch yourself on the ground with your feet. It’s more stable than people think at first. #bikelove

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