e-bikes

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Sausalito

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The power to move through the urban landscape cleanly and efficiently is now as simple as pedaling. The Sausalito family of bikes helps you keep up the pace with a fun and lively assist to flatten hills and get you from A to B with a fresh smile, as well as clean clothes and a smart look

KHS
Envoy 200E

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A city commuter bike with a sturdy, chromoly frame and fork, and a fairly tall stem to make the riding position very comfortable. It’s available as a diamond-shaped frame or a low-step-through design. There are three sets of bottle mounts—one each on the top of the top tube, downtube and on the front of the seat tube, so getting thirsty on rides is one problem you likely won’t encounter

KHS
Easy 24

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The Easy 24 is an affordable and very comfortable electric bicycle with 24" wheels that provides easy access for shorter riders.  Additional features includes: front basket, rear rack, front and rear electric lights, double kickstand, and fenders.

Types of eBikes

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Class 1 – pedal-assist electric bicycles in which the motor provides support only while the rider is pedaling. Travel at speeds up to 20 MPH.

Class 2 – throttle-assist electric bicycles in which the motor can provide support without the rider pedaling. Travel at speeds up to 20 MPH.

Class 3 – pedal-assist electric bicycles in which the motor provides support only while the rider pedals. Travel at speeds up to 28 MPH.

Studies show pedal-assist drivers can achieve 94% fitness level as compared to standard bicycles!

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