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    Electric Bike for snow, slush, hail, sleet and ice (sometimes at the same time)

    Harry S, You have an excellent point about a trike not being visible as it is so low and that is a concern and a good reason to stick with a regular electric bike. My commute is 50% on the McCormick Blvd path, 35% streets with a bike lane, and 15% on streets with no bike path. I had planned on...
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    Hello from Winnipeg

    Hello Bob, Welcome to the forums. I am a new member as well but your interest in an electric ATV has me intrigued. Have you found any electric ATVs? Gid
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    Electric Bike for snow, slush, hail, sleet and ice (sometimes at the same time)

    Hello indianajo, Thanks for the reply. Last winter wasn't as bad as I thought and was pretty fun in the snow. I only had to ride in the street on 2 trips which was rough but manageable. I do believe I will be going down the trike route but am still looking into it.
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    Electric Bike for snow, slush, hail, sleet and ice (sometimes at the same time)

    Hello EBR members, For the last 16 months, I have been bike commuting to and from work on a REI Co-Op DRT 1.0 bike in Chicago IL. The round trip ride is 20 miles total with two small climbs. The hardest part of the journey is when the winds get bad in IL and has been so bad that the wind...
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    Hello from Chicago IL

    Hello Bob, The wind definitely can get to me. On a few occasions the winds have been so strong it has stopped my forward movement completely. It actually turns out to be more fun than anything especially in snow.
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    Hello from Chicago IL

    Hello Mtl_Biker, Thanks for the kind words. To be honest it was better during the cold than I thought it was going to be. What has been the hardest is when we have snow, slush, and ice on the ground all together. I am looking at several different brands and am putting together a post to...
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    Hello from Chicago IL

    Hello EBR Members, My name is Michal but I go by Gid in the digital universe. I live in Chicago IL and have shifted to biking for my daily transportation needs. I bike 10 miles each way to work (20 total) all year round using road bikes and mountain bikes. I currently do not own a electric bike...