On today’s bike ride I didn’t take many photos so here are all of them in one post. The water in the detention basin is what is left from several days ago when we had a serious downpour. The bike path runs along the basin for maybe one-quarter mile before I turn right and head for Tivoli Village.
The photo of a construction zone is actually the backside of Tivoli Village which was apparently left for a later date and time. My eBike has some seriously fat tires! Today’s ride was twelve miles, the standard distance on most rides since I generally ride the same trail each ride. How is/was your day?
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I like the audio, great pics John! 😎
I need to start trying to get out more..if it will only stop raining.
I like the photos of bits of bike
Thanks, Derrick, I really like this bike and it’s got over 1600 miles on it too, or 2,574KM. I don’t know the metric system but Siri told me how to convert it. Soon it will be too hot to ride when we get into the 100-115F summer heat. 🔥
We work in miles, too
I see that yet I have noticed that some folks do use the metric scale there. The metric system is to me annoying, there’s nothing wrong with our imperial system.
Me, too. But over here the younger people have learned it in school
I suppose this is because of Europe, I don’t consider the United Kingdom to be a part of Europe.
Nor do I
That’s great, I hope the population of the UK agrees with you, Derrick. I’m glad that Brexit happened even though there were so many problems.
Those are fat tires! Easy ride?
Yes, they help a lot with the small and large bumps. The bike came with these tires but there are other options. Also, a spring-loaded option is available for the seat that is mounted underneath it but I chose a larger seat.
The stock seat was painful! Pedego makes several different bikes but I like this one because it has the right handlebars and is not as long as the other bikes. this one is toward the lower-end in terms of cost but was still a bit over 2k.
Well worth the investment in my opinion!