Old 06-12-18, 02:03 PM
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Originally Posted by blue192 View Post
I have seen this "electric bikes do not give exercise" argument before. My response to someone asking this question is to just remember that you need to input power in order for the electric motor to give a boost. This will let you go further and faster but you still get a decent workout based on time ridden. Come to think of it I was looking at one of these but decided on a different electric bike.
Seems like a bit off topic (but I agree with those that say, buy what your like, ride more .

But on this side topic:
Is e-cycling good exercise? | ScienceNordic
Quikbytes:Same Great Workout, Just Faster and More Fun

For me, the ebike makes it practical to bike daily (winter, summer, meetings, shopping). Yes, it's slightly less of a workout ... but the time delta is enough to make it happen a *lot* more often; Indeed, I gave up my car entirely (about 19 months back).

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