A bike is actually an electric bike that is very much like your ordinary bicycle, but it has the addition of a small electric motor that helps you when you pedal. Take a classic electric bike for example. If you were to take a quick glance it would look like any other push bike you see on a day to day basis. With a single charge of the battery you can travel distances from around 30-60 miles, depending on the terrain you travel on, and travel at speeds of up 15 miles per hour.
Also many of the electric bikes that are available from the ebike superstore come with puncture resistant tyres, 26 inch wheels with stainless steel spokes, led lights and weigh around 26kgs. Bikes are fitted with disk brakes on the front and back as well, so you can rest assured you will be able to stop quickly and efficiently too. They are the perfect bike for those trips to the shop when you need a loaf of bread and a pint of milk, or they are perfect for taking to the gym or to your local sports ground to watch a game of football. You can even get your bike out and collect your daily newspaper rather than having it delivered. By owning an electric bike you will be cutting down on those needless car journeys to the doctors or the dentists as well.
If you are feeling fit and want a little extra exercise on any given day you can even turn off the electric assistance and pedal as you would on a normal push bike, so in essence you are getting two bikes for the price of one! If not just make sure the lithium batteries are fully charged and away you go.
Take a look at the ebike superstore website and see for yourself the great range of ebikes that are available. You will be surprised at the range that is on offer, but you will also be surprised at the cost, so what are you waiting for get yourself an electric bike now and have it delivered to your door, and better still the ebike superstore will even assemble it for you so there really is no excuse.
Want to exercise while your cycle then why not look at buying a traditional bike? If you don’t have the budget for these then you could always look at renting or hiring one from a local company. Central London has a good stock of ‘Boris bikes’ that you can hire for just a few pounds to help get you from to B, so they are well worth looking into if you are in the Capital city.