Grad gift for daughter in SFO

naples.rick

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My daughter just took a job in San Francisco and I thought an e bike would make a great grad gift. She is about 5' 6" tall and approx 135 lbs. not an avid biker but she did ride in previous home. But the hills in sfo are a concern so she thought better than trying to ride there. But I wondered if an e bike might be good. It would mostly be used going to/from work, groceries etc. so some ability to carry a modest pack/load is needed. And of course to make it up those hills. Thx.
 

Ravi Kempaiah

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E-bikes make an awesome gift.
Take her to New Wheel Electric bike shop (great people) and she will have the opportunity to test ride several bikes.
If I had a daughter, I would get her one of these bikes.
  1. BH Easy Motion EVO Street or EVO Jet.
  2. Focus Aventura Trapez frame (also the one with belt drive) or Kalkhoff Agattu 8
  3. Stromer ST2 comfort frame or ST1 alite
  4. Felt Verza-e or Sport-e step through frame

PS: you can thank me later ;)
 
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My daughter just took a job in San Francisco and I thought an e bike would make a great grad gift. She is about 5' 6" tall and approx 135 lbs. not an avid biker but she did ride in previous home. But the hills in sfo are a concern so she thought better than trying to ride there. But I wondered if an e bike might be good. It would mostly be used going to/from work, groceries etc. so some ability to carry a modest pack/load is needed. And of course to make it up those hills. Thx.
PM me and I can give you some information which might be appropriate.
 

EbikeR2

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My daughter just took a job in San Francisco and I thought an e bike would make a great grad gift. She is about 5' 6" tall and approx 135 lbs. not an avid biker but she did ride in previous home. But the hills in sfo are a concern so she thought better than trying to ride there. But I wondered if an e bike might be good. It would mostly be used going to/from work, groceries etc. so some ability to carry a modest pack/load is needed. And of course to make it up those hills. Thx.
What's your price range?