Bike

  1. Riding an E-Bike Is Not Cheating

    Riding an E-Bike Is Not Cheating
    A growing body of research shows that electric-assist bikes may have profoundly positive health impacts—and not just for the people who ride them but for society Electric bikes have been around for over a decade, first as urban utility machines and, increasingly, as performance models for enthusiast recreational riders. But there’s a persistent criticism that using a bike with...
  2. My 1st Time on an Electric Bike

    My 1st Time on an Electric Bike
    I hadn’t been on a bicycle in years. Since then, I had been pregnant, had a traumatic labor and delivery, cared for a sweet baby who didn’t sleep much, and had just started my recovery from all of the above. On one bright September day in Northwest Florida, my now-18-month-old was running around and talking up a storm at a...
  3. Electric Bikes Are Just as Healthy!

    Electric Bikes Are Just as Healthy!
    Woman commuting on a YOLO Electric Bike down the street Riding an electric bicycle is just as healthy as pedaling a normal bike, researchers say. A team from the department of sport, exercise and health at the University of Basel, Switzerland, recruited 30 untrained volunteers who were overweight. Participants rode at least six km on at least three days...

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