My spell check doesn’t the spelling of Pedego, too bad, laptop! I put the bracket and bag on the bike yesterday, it’s always nice to have a place for your stuff, right? The Nikon will fit in the bag nicely with either lens attached. It’s nice to not have a bottle of water in your left-rear pocket too. The bag also has its own raincoat to cover it up, but I’d never ride in the rain like we get plenty of rain here in the desert anyway, right? It’s overcast today and I don’t feel like riding…
11 thoughts on “Bagging The Pedego”
That looks the business
It’s a great bike, the bag just makes it a bit better. 😎
You’ll have a lot of fun with this bike.
Very handy accessory John and neatly mounted 🙂
Thanks, Rudi, it really is. They build a solid bike and accessories.
Love this bike and the bag would be so handy! Now I just need a place for Kat to ride.
I just had a look, the handlebar bags for this bike wouldn’t be good for Kat, too odd a shape!
Well that sucks. Maybe there is a little wagon I could get for her. How fast do those things motor?
The bike has a top speed of 20.5mph when running on battery power assist. You can ride it like any other bike too. Here is a link that will explain how this works, you can really feel the Hub Motor kick in, you just zoom!
Sounds a bit speedy but I am sure you will get plenty of enjoyment out of it – especially with your scenic areas to cruise around.
Ohhh yes indeed! I don’t feel like riding today, probably will tomorrow.
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