Old 11-03-12, 05:03 PM
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Scaliboy62
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Tibikeguy, you dont want to be riding the E-Bike during the storm but after the storm surge subsides & the storm blows offshore & the tides return to normal it has proven to be a handy tool, just being outside & walking around can be dangerous after a Typhoon with downed wires, trees but if you keep your wits about yourself it's OK, riding in NYC is more dangerous IMHO.. The thng is here now theres no gas, people are so used to cars as their only source of transport that they cant get around, not me I've averaged 15 miles or so a day since the storm blew out taking care of business via E-Bike.
EBikeFL, that Shuttle bike video is pretty cool

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