Show us pictures of where you ride your ebikes!

Larry Nigro

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Nice day here in NH temp in upper 60's.
 

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Larry Nigro

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Overcast day in NH temp in 60's enjoyed the ride. While taking pics of the billy goat another bike rider stopped and we talked for awhile. He did not realize that I was riding an E Bike until I told him. I told him to go to the bike shop and ride an E Bike. He sounded reluctant hopefully he will at least try one. Back to the billy goat he was on the other side of the barn when I stopped to take pictures. He started to wander over to me he was very curious and eventually came right up to me so that is why I took so many pictures of him. The picture on Hill Crest Rd is of wild turkeys.
 

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Mr. Coffee

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Will you be riding up McKenzie Pass while you are in the area?
That will be for some other trip. I'd like to come back here for about a week because there are a lot of cool day trips, and I think you need a vehicle here to claw your way away from the heinous traffic to get to the decent riding.
 

Cowlitz

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That will be for some other trip. I'd like to come back here for about a week because there are a lot of cool day trips, and I think you need a vehicle here to claw your way away from the heinous traffic to get to the decent riding.
I was thinking about heading there next week, but I'm a bit gun shy and will need a closer trip. My pickup had a wheel bearing go bad on my last trip. I had to have it towed and just got it back home today with 2 new bearings. Maybe Idaho instead.

I did drive McKenzie Pass in June and had my trailer attached. I suspect my set up was over the 35 feet as going around the hairpin curves was nerve wracking and tricky. I traveled west to east and luckily met only one car on the west side. I now have more pity for lowboy drivers.
 

Cowlitz

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Today's ride in the woods. Back to the same place where my friend's bike has quit the last two times while going up a fairly good grade. We have replaced the controller--the bike still quit at the same spot, and today tried out the new motor Rad sent to replace the old. and again the bike quit at the same place. Anyway, we got in some riding and the dogs got exercised. These are pictures from the east side of Warshington the State. The peaks shown are the North Cascades, zoomed in. Looks like it might get dark and stormy up that way.
 

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Cowlitz

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@Cowlitz It's gotten quite dark and soggy in Bellingham, just west of those same mountains, over the past two hours. I got a good ride in the morning though.
My friend heard that snow might hit the high country this weekend. I have been snowed on every month of the year in our fair state so it would not be unusual.

Tomorrow I am hoping to saddle up the Gazelle and ride north, on pavement, until I turn south.