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Re: Suitability

Old Message
25 June, 2001 02:05AM
Posted by Si on March 14, 19101 at 23:59:13:

In Reply to: Re: Suitability posted by dave mason on March 14, 19101 at 18:03:25:

: I would
recomend a hybrid as these have a good gear range to help you with your cycling. as for electric bikes see the kinetics site that is listed below. Also sinclair research in the UK supply
motors for bikes.

The Kinetics site mentioned but not listed is;
http://www.kinetics.org.uk

As for whether you would be able to let the battery take over, depends largely
upon what type of electric system you opt for. Add-on motors offer the ability to drive the rider but will do so only for very short distances. BUT used correctly to "assist", they can take
you anything up to about 20 miles.

: I would also recomend that when you finally get a bike to probably buy a second hand set of rollers (turbo trainer), this will help you get used to
your bike and ease yourself back into exercising, I.E. you will not have to put up with bad weather.

: I hope this has helped you Toni.
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