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Pedego Electric Bikes Launches 2015 Magalog!
Sharing customer stories: lose weight, get fit, commute, go green, save money, have fun!
The magazine portion of “hello, fun …” helps readers understand who buys the bikes and why they choose Pedego. Some ride for fun and exercise while others use it as alternative transportation. The magazine portion offers an enlightening mix of customer stories that include:
♦ Rhonda Martin, whose Facebook page “Living Instead of Existing (https://www.facebook.com/
♦ “Isolation to Empowerment”
♦ “Fun with Benefits” story featuring Esther Kimm (http://www.pedegoelectricbikes.com/
♦ “Just for Fun” story about Norm and Teri Rockmaker (http://www.pedegoelectricbikes.com/
♦ Pedego company history (http://www.pedegoelectricbikes.com/
The catalog portion of the magalog offers detailed explanation of the bicycles and their components. It explains how these bikes are built from the ground up to be powerful and elegant electric bicycles. This part of the magalog is especially popular for its specifications on the bikes and information to help customers understand their choices:
♦ Details on the four types of lithium ion batteries, detailing which size batteries match best with particular riders and locales.
♦ Full-color pictures and descriptions of the various Pedego models, including several new designs such as the Boomerang with an ultra-low step thru and the Trail Tracker updated with 7 speeds and Pedal Assist mode.
♦ An explanation of throttle and Pedal Assist and the benefits of having both on a bike.
♦ A description of standard and new features available.
♦ A color selector.
♦ A comparison chart of Pedego models, detailing which model offers amenities to meet specific needs and goals.
Pedego Electric Bikes CEO Don DiCostanzo expressed in the magalog’s introduction that, above all, the booklet was created to share the fun of owning a Pedego with the readers. “It’s packed with stories and information that I hope you will find both helpful and inspiring,” said DiCostanzo. What readers may not notice at first is the interplay of the first and last pages of this impressive book. The first page shows a Pedego City Commuter posed on a bike path, sans rider, enticing the reader to climb on and go. The ending displays an empty bike path with the line, “Where will you Pedego?” Judging from this magalog, there will be a lot of answers to that question.