Peter Flax is no e-bike newbie. Having ridden plenty of our competitors, Flax had always felt the way most cyclists view electric bikes: Enjoyable but not for them. However, after putting in the time and miles on an Elby, it seems he may have changed his tune. Flax used his Elby to get to work, shedding 15 minutes from his commute. He also loved our throttle, enabling him to quickly get back to top speed crossing intersections. To get the full story, head over to Cyclingtips.com for Flax’s review.
After all the research and shopping around, you finally did it. You bought a bike. The next step? Protecting it, of course. Choosing the right lock makes all the difference. The last thing you need is to step outside and find that your brand new bike has pulled a disappearing act.
Momentum Mag recently compiled a list of trusted locks for riders of all kinds. From kids to business commuters, you’ll be able to find the right lock for you. Check out the full article here to ensure you keep your bike forever.
Climate change is a real issue that must be addressed. Many acknowledge reducing emissions as a way to slow the process, but convincing commuters to ditch their cars isn’t always easy. One way to do so is the addition of bike lanes.
Scientists at McGill University found that an increase in bike infrastructures made cycling more appealing. Basically, the more accessible bike lanes are, the more people want to ride. This may seem like an obvious observation, but bike friendly communities can increase ridership up to 171%! That’s a lot of emissions saved. To read the whole article, head over to Momentum Mag.
With all the excitement about the recently launched Metro Line, The Hollywood Reporter decided to send its staff on a race from DTLA to Santa Monica to see which means of transportation would fare the fastest. Senior Writer Gary Baum took his car, Senior Writer Seth Abramovitch grabbed the Metro, and Features Editor Peter Flax hopped on an Elby.
Baum stole the win via car, but Elby was a close second finishing a mere 4 minutes later. For the full play by play, head over to The Hollywood Reporter.