Aurora Limited Edition Vs Galaxy 500
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We often get asked, “What are the real differences between the Aurora Limited Edition and the Galaxy 500?” Both are powerful, easy-to-use all-around bikes with virtually no maintenance headaches. I am going to run through some of the key features between each bike and talk about why you’d want to get one over the other. … Read More
The battery is a key component of any electric bike. If you look after it, you shouldn’t need to replace it for 2-3 years. We’re going to show you how to care for your ebike battery and how to maximize its performance. Your new ebike battery contains Lithium Ion chemistry in the form of 18650 … Read More
Dapu offers a popular mid-drive motor that has been the subject of online discussions among electric bike users recently. We wanted to address this head-on and share our experience and more importantly our customer reviews of the DAPU 750w Mid Drive motor. Why we chose the DAPU Motor First up, we are using an exclusive … Read More
Supply Chain In The Time of COVID-19 As the CEO of EVELO, I wanted to take a moment and share a bit about what goes on behind the scenes today in the bike industry to provide background context as to why some bikes may be out of stock and why you can pre-order them for … Read More
We’re getting asked a lot about using electric bikes to commute to work and staying active during a shelter in place mandate. As you can imagine things are changing pretty quickly, and we’ll try to keep this up-to-date but please use your judgment and verify based on your local situation. We’re going to tackle general … Read More
Americans are generous. In 2018, for example, it was estimated that as a nation, Americans gave more than $427 billion to charities.
As impressive as that number is, when adjusted for inflation, it actually represents a slight decline in giving, according to a 2019 Giving USA report.
What’s more, it may be the case that while the total amount of donations is rising, the number of individuals giving may be down slightly. There are certainly many factors that impact why and how folks donate, but could part of the problem be that the act of giving — entering a payment card, finding the proper branch of the charity, and ensure the donation is processed properly — is too complex. … Read more
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has recommended that all states and territories create mandatory bike helmet laws that would require everyone, child or adult, to wear a bicycle helmet when riding.
Wearing a bicycle helmet could reduce head injuries by 48 percent and serious head injuries by 60 percent, according to Dr. Ivan Cheung, a transportation research analyst at the NTSB.
Leading bicycle advocacy group, The League of American Bicyclists, also encourages “bicyclists to wear helmets and strongly recommends the wearing of helmets that (a) are properly fitted to the rider and (b) meet the bicycle helmet standards of either the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the American Society of Testing and Materials, or the Snell Memorial Foundation.”
Enviolo sells one of the most advanced bicycle transmissions in the world. And its best trick is that it simply makes riding your electric bike better.
That doesn’t mean learning about how a continuously variable transmission works isn’t interesting and engaging, because it is. In fact, that is why we invited David Hancock from Enviolo to join us for The Electric Bike Podcast from EVELO. … Read more
By some estimates riding an electric bike could help you burn 400 calories an hour under the proper conditions. So it is clear that getting on your e-bike is a good way to shed unwanted fat.
Electric bikes are also fun. They can be a very enjoyable alternative to some car trips, and they sure beat spending all day indoors at a desk or watching Gunsmoke reruns on TNT. In fact one of the big benefits of choosing an electric bike as your medium, if you will, for weight loss, is that you are, perhaps, more likely to actually ride an e-bike then say run a mile or slide on lycra shorts and head to the local gym. … Read more
Yes. Regularly riding an electric bike should help you lose weight.
There are many examples of e-bike riders who have lost significant amounts of weight riding with pedal assistance, including Rhonda Martin who famously used an electric bike to lose 270 pounds.
In general, riding an electric bike burns about as many calories as walking briskly. But the pedal assistance and speed can make riding your e-bike a lot of fun. When something is fun, you are more likely to do it. … Read more