When my son got his driver’s license, he started borrowing my car. A lot.
I’ve ridden my mountain bike regularly for years and cut my teeth (and shins, etc.) riding eighties-style BMX. But having to use people-power every time I want to run out somewhere can grow tiresome.
Thus, began my eBike story.
I started researching eBikes and quickly discovered a new way to get around that’s as enjoyable as traditional biking but without the pesky work. That hill at the end of the street is a soul-sucking beast.
My name is Eric. I’m a freelance writer, martial arts instructor, and outdoors enthusiast. Project eBike marks my own journey into the world of planet-friendly electric bikes.
As a writer, I enjoy providing readers with the information they need to make a more educated decision in an easy-to-read format. My son now helps me with content and site maintenance. When he’s not out in my car, that is.
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Unbiased eBike Reviews
Expect honest reviews and comparisons of eNikes and bike gear based on features, specs, or real-world testing when available. Project eBike discusses the good, the amazingly spectacular, and the areas where products might not be a fit for everyone.
No product is perfect for every rider. And eBikes, in particular, serve specific niches. But electric bikes can be life-changing, giving mobility to people who may not have many options otherwise.
Urban cyclists can navigate paved city streets, often faster than auto traffic. Skeeter-swatting campers can scoot around dusty campground roads or visit the local sights when traveling. Off-road riders can easily power up those seemingly endless climbs that kiss a distant horizon. Dads (or moms) whose kids borrow the car (a lot) discover a new and fun way to zip around town or run errands.
Today’s eBikes are wonderful innovations, and there’s an electric bike for nearly every use case.
Thank you for your readership. I hope you find the site helpful.