Show us pictures of where you ride your ebikes!

Stefan Mikes

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Region
Europe
City
Brwinów (PL)
Just because I had forgotten to buy bread and had to ride my Vado again today...

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Stefan Mikes

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Region
Europe
City
Brwinów (PL)
I even got a little bit of air time! This was my first time here so it surprised me a bit. If you listen closely, you can hear an audible "ooh!" of fear and delight at the first crest. 😅
It looks you were riding at some decent speed!
 

Latitude

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Couple of shots during this month's Gran Fondo, it was a gorgeous day! Stoked that I shaved off a half hour time from last month 🥳🥳🥳 Also, don't let anyone fool you, you DO get a workout on an electric bike! Ride or Die!!!! Really am loving the range I'm getting, after this ride I still had 28% battery remaining...
Great looking ride... bike and scenery!
 

Taylor57

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Couple of shots during this month's Gran Fondo, it was a gorgeous day! Stoked that I shaved off a half hour time from last month 🥳🥳🥳 Also, don't let anyone fool you, you DO get a workout on an electric bike! Ride or Die!!!! Really am loving the range I'm getting, after this ride I still had 28% battery remaining...View attachment 68895View attachment 68896View attachment 68897View attachment 68898View attachment 68899View attachment 68900

Great job Cheetah. What is the Gran Fondo?
 

harryS

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Due to Covid fears, all of my 2200 miles YTD on a bike has been done within 10 miles of home. Luckily, woods/water aren't far so it's not as mind numbing as it sounds, plus I have a gal to ride with. For about 10 days, it does get colorful.
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fooferdoggie

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we just road in the city up some nice steep roads around this really big teaching university with dorrnbeckers and another children's hospital. the road goes under the tram station. its so high up the tram is really cool Birdseye view. but we cant take our bike on it. Tilikum Crossing sees about 1 million bikes a year averaging about 40,00 a month and 1500 a day. the bridge is for light rial and bikes no cars. this is portland Oregon.
 

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fooferdoggie

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I used ride with gps to map this route it was one they already had and I just changed the start and stop point. we were on a great forrest trail that started somewhat paved then paved then dirt and rock and everything in-between for about 8 miles up. there were offshoots that there was no way to get the tandem up and it lopped and the path it looped too was a narrow and way to steep path to ride the tandem on. I didn't to even know it but we went by the cemetery my grandma is in. we have done more climbing y about 500 feet but this was a steady up hill pretty much the whole way. we missed a turn and gone down faster but then had to ride on the streets back where we started the climb. ended up being 45 miles total. may be the last day this year we could ride this path when it gets muddy it wont work on the tandem. serious drop-off on this ride but not like we were right on the edge. I wonder how many tandems have come up here? I bet we were the oddball.
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