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    • I’ve bought two ebikes now and I think it’s the future. E-tiny cars would probably also be great. Make special paths for them. Scooters rock as well.

    • Yes, it weighs 74 pounds and we're gonna add more stuffs. It doesn't feel like it as soon as you get rolling.

    • I stopped by Chris's house yesterday and took this Rad Bike for a spin. I've never ridden an electric bike before, but the electric assist made an impression on me.

      The electric motor only kicks in when I start pedaling, but there is a twist throttle control for manual override. The throttle is super handy when maneuvering in tight spaces. I twisted the throttle and kept my feet sliding on the ground, and quickly turned the bike around in a driveway.

      It is a heavy bike, but it didn't feel as heavy when riding it. The gears are turning now about getting an e-bike for my dad.