Bike to Work Week-Day 3
Bike to Work week continued today…although Mother nature delayed my bike ride this morning.
Eventually I was able to get out and ride. The one problem with riding right after a big rain….small rocks and pebbles in the street. Those rocks and pebbles don’t bother you in a car, but with a small bike tire, even a small rock can be hazardous. Don’t worry, I didn’t have an accident (my face always looks like that!).
So far it’s been a great Bike to Work week. And thanks to my battery assist TREK bike from Free Flight it’s been pretty easy.
For those that may have just stared following my blog, tt is national bike to work week this week and Brian and the crew at Free Flight have hooked me up with a TREK Dual Sport+ electric hybrid: Part city bike, part adventure trail ride. Fast 700c wheels, suspension, and a light, strong frame make it the go-anywhere choice.
Electric bikes from Free Flight amplify your pedaling power and your ability to do and see more. Trek e-bikes make more possible. They’re quick and smooth, with predictable, easy-to-control power and a long-lasting removable battery that recharges at any household outlet.
Where do you want to go? Now that’s a decision you can make after you begin your ride. On or off the road, Dual Sport+ can conquer it all with confidence.
40-60 miles of range on a full charge. Assist is awesome in a hilly city like DBQ. Ride to work without getting sweaty.
It’s not too late for you to join the Bike to Work campaign.
Here are some tips for you if you join Bike to work week May 15-May 19th
Bike riding is good for your mind body and soul.
Exercise to keep weight off and improve cardiovascular system.
Clear your head both before and after work. Help the improve the environment.