How a folding e-bike can change your life
There is some sports equipment you can travel with—skis and skateboards—and some you can’t. Though many have tried, bikes are cumbersome and off-putting to take places. Some are so darn large, you can’t even fit them in your garage or apartment, which means no bike for you unless you spend a ridiculous amount of money renting one.
Instead of trying to foolishly take a full-sized bike onto a metro, get with the times and get a folding e-bike. They might cost a little more, but they pay off in terms of convenience and swagger. Plus, you can even fit one in a tiny, tiny studio apartment.
If we haven’t convinced you with the bluster above, here are some even more specific reasons:
- Fits in surprisingly small spaces. A folding e-bike can be stored in places you never dreamed of, including the backseat of your car or your tiny, tiny apartment closet. It is mind-blowing how such a sturdy piece of equipment can fold up so compact; at almost a third of its original size, it can even fit under your work desk. Convenient, right?
- Easy to carry. Sometimes you can’t bike to your final destination, but you could really use a bike once you get there. Foldable e-bikes fit on trains, buses, and taxis. It’s just like having a travel buddy, without all the arguments.
- Let’s you explore. Whether it’s your own neighborhood or a vacation destination, folding e-bikes allow for both practical transportation and whimsical discovery. On the metro or in a car, you might miss that gem of a gift shop or that uber-hip cafe where all the baristas have well-groomed beards and side gigs. On your e-bike, you’ll get to savor the local flavor without worrying about metro schedules or parking.
- Saves you $ and time. Renting a bike is annoying, expensive and uninspiring. Why ride on a dirty used bike with no personality when you could grab your own ride, already set to your own specs and accessorized with the hot new add-ons that matter to you? You can also save gas while commuting - whether to work or to happy hour - and best of all, avoid traffic.
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