Free public service event – learn about electric bikes from an electric bike expert, test ride electric bikes, enjoy a free hot dinner and door prizes. This is a no-sales, no-pressure event. Register now, before the event fills up (last year people had to be turned away as all 170 places were booked).
Time: 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Thursday May 28th (4.30 p.m. check in); includes free, fully catered hot dinner and door prizes
Place: SDG&E Energy Innovation Center, 4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego, CA 92117
Speaker: Robert T. Bandhauer, also known as “Turbo” Bob, draws on more than 20 years of experience working with bicycles and electric bikes, including riding and repairing bikes. He has extensive knowledge as an aircraft and auto mechanic.
You will learn about electric bikes, and get a chance to try any of the 45+ electric bikes on hand.
This course provides an overview of electric bikes. Discussion includes operating an electric bike, charging the battery, maintenance tips, repair highlights, and comfort and safety.
- Learn why electric bikes are gaining in popularity
- Hear about the different types of electric bikes available
- Learn about operating and maintaining an electric bike
- Get an overview of comfort and safety
- Test ride an electric bike! (To test ride an electric bike you must bring your own bike helmet, be at least 18 years of age, and sign a release.)
This is a no-sales, no-pressure event. Secure your spot and make sure there is enough dinner for everyone by pre-registering. Even with 170 spots, the event was full last year, with some not able to attend, so registration is important.
Electric bikes can be a great way for people to have fun, improve their health, save money, help the environment and relieve road congestion (among many other reasons).