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Originally Posted by fender1 View Post
... the idea of a bike you don't have to pedal is really appealing to the general population.
I think that's the key. People always need to get from point A to point B. Not everyone likes to exercise or expend energy getting from point A to point B. People who want to exercise will exercise don't have an aversion to expending energy/getting sweaty- people that don't want to expend energy avoid "work" like pedaling.
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