I was determined to get my ride in today regardless of the temperature hovering around fifty degrees so I donned an extra T-shirt to go under the sweater and jacket which made the ride much more comfortable. For a while anyway. I rode just seven miles but that’s better than zero miles.
Along the way, I thought to hop off the bike and take a nice series of photos of the bike using the iPhone 12 which came out looking pretty good. I am very happy that I purchased this great bike, it’s so much fun to ride!
17 thoughts on “Twelve Photos of The Pedego Bike”
Great looking bike and great you got out there!
Thanks so much! I love riding it everywhere since the pedal assist is so helpful. No ride today though since it’s raining and cold…
Sounds like you’re getting a lot of use out of your bike!
I am now since my back has healed enough to get on the thing! 😂
Now that looks like great bike ride.
I think so! I’m very happy with this bike. 😎
Thanks so much, Tim! I’m having a blast riding this bike.
Do you actually pedal it or just run it off a motor?
That’s a perfect question, Annmarie. Some young boys asked me the same question as I pedaled past them on one of my first rides.
My reply was that you can pedal if you want to for the exercise (yay) or just let the hub motor do the work when you are tired which happens with me often enough, making this bike a real blessing!
Does the pedalling make the power for the motor to operate?
No, the motor is powered by the battery that is attached to the diagonal portion of the bike’s frame. Pedaling reduces the current drain on the battery though, the more work you do, the longer the battery will last which is rated at 20 miles for this model. Some of their other bikes seem to have larger batteries but maybe it’s because of the different shape of those battery packs.
I see. So you plug in the battery when you are at home – like a drill or a weed whacker?
Exactly! It’s charging just now but wasn’t drained much at all in just 5 or 6 miles. Sorry for delay, I am looking at the iPhone 12 Pro camera specs in depth.
Cool. It’s fine. I was just curious. 🤗
It’s all good! Will you guys try one?
Maybe once Dan retires if we are both still functional. His work is so physically demanding and it is not something I would do alone.
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