I wrote this book because of my passion for electric bikes, and my optimism about their future. Every year, millions more people buy electric bikes. In 2010, 27 million electric bikes were sold; by 2011, that number had grown to 30 million. Today, electric bikes are the most successful mass-produced electric vehicles in the world, and it is predicted that by 2025, sales of electric bikes will reach 90 million per year.
So if you’re interested in buying an electric bike, you are not alone. Not only are you not alone – you’re also an early adopter of what I believe will be one of the most significant trends of the 21st century.
After all, electric bikes offer the opportunity to commute for pennies a day, get fit, lose weight, save gas and protect the environment.
However, there is a huge range of electric bikes to choose from, and a good electric bike could cost you more than a thousand dollars. (Some cost as much as $12,000!) With such a lot at stake, how do you decide which is the right electric bike for YOU?
My new book, Average Joe Cyclist Guide: How to Buy the RIGHT Electric Bike will tell you everything you need to know about choosing the electric bike that is right for you.
Imagine cycling to work with the greatest of ease, passing gridlocked cars like they’re standing still, arriving on time and sweat-free, and parking for free! (As I wrote about in one of my most popular blog posts, What it feels like to commute to work on a BionX PL 350 electric bike or e-bike.) When you commute on an electric bike you get to work de-stressed, invigorated and on time – and you have already had a cardio workout before you even start your work day.
An electric bike saves you money, gets you places, and helps you to lose weight and get fit. But it is essential to know enough about electric bikes to make sure you can choose the right one. That’s why I wrote this book!
Why I Wrote the Average Joe Cyclist Guide: How to Buy the RIGHT Electric Bike
I’ve been riding electric bikes for many years, and they have changed my life for the better. They have saved me money, helped me lose 50 pounds, and restored my health. I want other people to enjoy these benefits too, and wrote my guide to meet the huge need for information about how to buy the RIGHT electric bike.
As gas prices, obesity and cardiac disease skyrocket, more and more people are looking for sustainable, healthy and cost-effective alternatives for their transport needs – and more and more people are seeing the exciting potential of electric bikes. Electric bikes make cycling possible for average people, not just the lean, young, fit minority. They offer almost everyone a way to travel without gas and get fit at the same time, at a cost that is almost ludicrously cheap compared to cars – and with the peace of mind of knowing you are not destroying the environment.
But a really good electric bike requires an initial investment of more than a thousand dollars, and sensible people don’t spend that kind of money without thinking carefully about their purchase. A lot of information is required to ensure you spend your hard-earned money wisely and get years of savings, transport and good health from your purchase.
No matter who you are or what your needs are, my new guide includes all the information you need to make a wise decision when you buy your electric bike.
Average Joe Cyclist Guide: How to Buy the RIGHT Electric Bike includes an overview of all the relevant technology, and then bottom lines it down to the nuggets that the average buyer needs to know when choosing an electric bike. With my new book, you can choose to assimilate all of the technology, or just use the bottom line to guide you as you set out to buy the RIGHT electric bike for your own unique needs.
Buy this book now, to help YOU buy the RIGHT electric bike! This book will cost you just a few dollars (not much more than the price of a coffee), but it will ensure that you don’t waste hundreds or even thousands of dollars on the wrong electric bike. Don’t buy your electric bike without it.
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Note: you don’t HAVE to own a Kindle – you can download the Kindle Reader to your computer.