The key to happiness is always having something to look forward to and with an electric bike, there’s always an adventure you can be planning!
Head for the Hills!
E-bikes are designed to help riders to cycle up hills, which means once you get an e-bike, all those routes that were too tough to ride before suddenly become accessible to you. We have even led novice cyclists on rides to the viewing point at the top of Box Hill. See what they thought of the ride…
Relax Ya Self To Health blog (external) >> https://relaxyaselftohealth.co.uk/fitness/7-reasons-to-give-e-biking-a-spin
Silver Travel Advisor (external) >> https://www.silvertraveladvisor.com/blog/walking-and-cycling/box-hill-my-legs-and-the-inghams-e-bike
London Unattached (external) >> https://www.london-unattached.com/e-bike-review/
Cycle Along The Coast
Helena and David took their e-bikes on the Coast and Castles cycle route. The e-bikes help you cycle through any coastal headwinds that come your way so you can concentrate on taking in the stunning views. Have a look at David’s incredible photos below…
Ride along the ‘Avenue Verte’
Did you know that our Coulsdon showroom is on the London to Paris cycle route?
The route takes you through Coulsdon’s beautiful Farthing Downs and Happy Valley and straight past the showroom.
You don’t have to do the whole route if you don’t want to!
Info (external) >> https://avenuevertelondonparis.co.uk/the-cycle-route
Don’t pack a picnic, pack a feast!
With the motor helping to carry any extra weight, you’ll find you can pack so much more onto an e-bike than you would dare to do on a conventional bike.
If you’re taking food and drink, you can use our favourite Topeak DXP trunk bag which has fold-out panniers for carrying lots of treats.
Product info (external) >> https://www.extrauk.co.uk/product/detail/Topeak/Rack_and_Pannier_Bags/1590/
Explore the Isle of Wight
One of Queen Victoria’s favourite places, and for good reason! Check out Ray’s recommendations below.