There are many general and personal reasons behind buying an electric bike. Whether it’s because you wish to explore new places in an easier way, you want to commute to work quicker or maybe you just really want to buy an electric bike because they are fun!
How can you benefit from buying an Electric Bike?
Ebikes are undeniably becoming increasingly popular worldwide, but particularly right here in the UK. As the British market begins to catch up with other European countries such as Germany and Holland, more and more people are beginning to see the real benefits of having an electric bike. Here are a few ways they can benefit you:
Let’s face it, we could all be a little healthier and exercise a little more than we actually do! In the UK we are now more aware than ever on the benefits of regular exercise. It can help keep the body strong, flexible and keep weight under control. It also releases endorphins, which is the body’s natural way of making us feel better. A little bit of exercise can go a long way, but it’s often that first step that’s hardest! That’s what makes electric bikes so revolutionary. Thousands of people who had previously struggled to exercise regularly, are finding their way to fitness and a healthier lifestyle on an ebike! Continue reading -> “Getting and Keeping Fit with a VOLT™ Electric Bike”
So should we be riding our electric bikes in the rain……..?
You would think using anything electric in the rain isn’t usually the best idea but actually you can pretty much ride electric bikes in the same conditions as conventional bikes. As long as you don’t cycle through things like deep puddles, streams or submerge the electric components of your bike, you will be fine. Obviously we’re not saying that every electric bike is suitable for cycling in wet conditions but all bikes produced by VOLT™ are designed for this purpose. Continue reading -> “Cycling in the Rain… On Electric Bikes?”
Over the last 48 hours, London has been hit by rush-hour hell as Tube workers went on strike over proposed job cuts. The planned walkout by the RMT and TSSA unions has affected not only commuters, but has also caused an estimated £200 million losses in revenue for the UK economy. It’s estimated that about 1 million people commute into London each day, and although some lines were still running, this has without doubt caused London and the country a big headache! Continue reading -> “Cyclists Win as London Comes to Stand Still”
In 2013, electric bikes grew in popularity at a phenomenal rate. In 2014, we’re predicting an electric bike revolution!
Not only have we seen ebike sales in UK and Europe dramatically increase, but the awareness of them is greater than ever. A couple of years ago, the average person would have been hard pressed to even describe what an electric bicycle was. In 2014, you can’t go a week without either reading, seeing or hearing a news item mentioning electric bikes. Continue reading -> “2014: The Year of the Electric Bike Revolution”
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