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E-bikes have taken over Europe
 

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Nick Payne
Joined: 10 Jan 2004
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Location: Canberra, Australia

9/11/18 11:45 AM

E-bikes have taken over Europe

Well, Switzerland, Austria, and Germany, anyway. We're presently touring those three countries, seeing lots and lots of other cyclists, and apart from roadies out training, I would say that e-bikes are about half of the bikes that we see. Lots of retired couples tootling around on them. They would certainly make the steep hills around here easier.

The weather has been essentially perfect since we started - a couple of days where the rain skirted around us, but we haven't needed raincoats yet, and the temperatures have been in the low/mid 20s (Celcius) every day.

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