I soooo agree! Using my new eBike, I found that it helped make the slow grind into strong headwinds up a long, gradual incline on my route to work so much less soul-destroying. Other than that, I found that I wasn't really using the assistance much as my speed is 16 - 17mph plus for most of my commute. It just gives me a better workout as the bike's heavier than my roadbike. The other advantage is the boost when setting off from lights, especially if it's uphill. You're away and up to 15.5mph before you know it!I love my ebikes, as said they don't do it all for you.
Makes my commute to work and back much easier.
Looking out for a normal MTB bike so me and my lad can do some trails, Dalby Forest etc, he'll whoop me more than likely!.
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