Hello from MA

Formernuke

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I decided to start riding a lot more again.

To and from work 4.8 miles one way, grocery store about the same pretty much all my normal errands except for going diving. And just for fun.

I have a ncm moscow on order that will hopefully arrive in 2 weeks.

I'll have questions soon about lighting options and blue tooth options.
 

Bigal1463

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Welcome to you Formernuke, be careful, riding ebikes can be addictive. The more you ride, the more you want to ride, and that’s a good thing. Just be responsible and ride safe. BTW, What part of Massachusetts are you from?
 

Formernuke

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Welcome to you Formernuke, be careful, riding ebikes can be addictive. The more you ride, the more you want to ride, and that’s a good thing. Just be responsible and ride safe. BTW, What part of Massachusetts are you from?
I live in easton
 

Bigal1463

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I’m your neighbor in W Bridgewater. Will soon be living in The Villages, Florida. Won’t be back till sometime in July or August. I ride with a couple of friends, mostly rail trails in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. If you’re interested, let me know and we could hook up.
 

Bigal1463

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Absolutely, but for a six year old to keep up with you on an ebike is not going to happen. Any of the rail trails are fine to ride with a family. A nice place you might want to take them for an easy ride, though short, is in Mansfield. The beginning of the trail starts accross the street from the airport.
 

Bigal1463

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I’m sure that no matter where you ride, as long as you’re on a trail, that would be fine. Most ebikes can be pedaled easily without power. I say go for it.