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3 Best E-BIKES For ANY TYPE of Ride

Hey, guys. Dustin here, CEO of sixthreezero. And today I'm going to show you the three best electric bikes for any type of ride. Stick around.

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All right, so today I'm going to show you the three best electric bikes for any type of ride. Now, I've actually got six bikes lined up here because it's three different models with a women's version and a men's version. And sometimes we would refer to it as a step over or non step over, but we've got three types of bikes here. Three types of electric bikes here that I think all three of these could encompass any type of ride. So let me walk you through the three different models I have here.

Now, let's start with the middle product, actually. This is our EVRYjourney. What we would call this is our cruiser hybrid e-bike. Now, this is our men's version. This is our women's version. Now the great thing about this product, what makes it super unique, is the forward pedaling design. What is that? That means the pedals are moved forward.

Traditionally they fall straight below the seat, but in this case, they're shifted forward about four and a half inches. This allows for the rider to be lower to the ground while still getting ample leg extension when riding. So if using the pedals and the pedal assist is important to you, this is a great option for safety. You can be low to the ground, stop very easily, and this is just an all-around great all-purpose bike. So if you're the type of rider that just likes to do casual rides, 10, 20, 25 miles around town at a leisurely to moderate pace, great option.

The other benefit, very easy to mount and dismount, especially on the step-through frame. You can step through and you can see it puts you in a complete ergonomic riding position. The handlebar sweep into your body leaves your back in a relaxed, upright position, releasing tension off your arms, your shoulders, and generally speaking, not causing pain during rides. So this is an absolutely great bike for again, the leisure casual around town, or you want to go on a little adventure these are great too, you've got 2.1 to five-inch tires, which can handle gravel hard-packed trails, and even pavement. Now to get into the electrical elements, you've got 500-watt motors on the rear here, which are going to power you up hills, hit you to a top speed of 20 miles an hour with the throttle, that's another feature. It comes with a throttle. You can push this and not pedal and let the throttle do the work, which will take you to a max of 20, or use the pedal assist and hit a max of 28 miles an hour.

Now let's talk about range. So when we talk about range, you're going to get anywhere from 40 to 60 miles in pedal assist and about 20 to 30 miles using full throttle. Now those numbers can change depending on the terrain, the rider of the weight and the conditions that exist, the wind things of that nature, so these are general ballparks. When you're dealing with an electric mobility product, whether it be a scooter, a car, or a bike, the range is going to be variable, depending on all those things. Doesn't matter what battery type it is, the hills, everything towing, whatever you're doing really affect the actual range. So these are best-case scenario ranges that I'm giving you so great bike for all-purpose rides around town, the moderate to leisure rider. So let's pull this back and let me show you the next best option for commuting and long-range riding is our Reach your Destination e-bike.

Now the Reach your Destination is set up for a more or not more, but slight aggressive riding style where this bike is really great for people that want to exercise or commute, and they really want to roll fast. You can notice already it's got a thinner tire, which is going to roll smoother and quicker, and it's really going to take the pavement and be easy to roll. Now, the same frame is a unisex frame men's and women's no difference. And one thing, actually, I forgot to point out on the last with the EVRYjourney and across all our e-bikes is the same. You have five levels of pedal assist. So on this bike, the EVRYjourney, if you want to engage the pedal assist, you can use the shifter, which is located here, hit up and down, and you can go to an assistance level of one, two, three, four, five, and each one gives you a different amount of power, depending on how fast you want to go.

In addition, the EVRYjourney also has seven speeds. That's part of the bicycle. So if you want to ride the bike like a normal bike, you can shift it, use it like a derailleur and you get a seven-speed variance. Reach your Destination has the same features, you have your display here which will show you all your pedal assist modes, how fast you're going, how much battery life you have left, you have the seven speeds as well. But the riding position's a little bit different, so you have a traditional frame and you're a little bit more forward, but not much. So, you're a little bit more in the bike to turn it, and you can turn on a dime, especially with the thin tires. So it's really great. If you want to go quick, or like I said in the beginning, get exercise.

Now, some people think, what do you mean? Get exercise on an e-bike? Well, the benefit of these is, and on the last bike, the EVRYjourney you can remove the battery and you can take this out like a normal e-bike, now this is about eight pounds. So you remove that weight from the bike. Any of these bikes become as simple to pedal as a normal bike. In addition, even with the battery on you choose if you pedal or don't pedal. So if you want to get exercise totally up to you, right? So it's a huge benefit if you want to get exercise, this bike's great for because you can hit top speeds, high top speeds with or without the motor because of the thin tires and the frame setup. All right, now let's move on to the last e-bike we have, which is really good for zippy around town rides and also zipping around the city, which is our Ride in the Park.

Now you're going to see on the far end here, I'll pull it out in just a second. It has the thin tires, but it actually has a little bit more of an upright riding position than the Reach your Destination. Now the benefit of this is really, you're getting a quick, fast bike, but with an upright ride and more of a city, cruiser look if you will. So it's a lot of fun and you can see the same thing, a 500-watt motor. And I'll say this for all the bikes actually, the range for full throttles going to be 20 to 30 miles and pedal-assist 40 to 60 miles.

Now with the thinner tires on the Reach your Destination versus the sorry on the Ride in the Park and the Reach your Destination, you're going to get a little bit more range because of less rubber on the road. It may or may not be significant depending on the terrain you're riding on the weight of the rider and the wind, things like that. But the range for all these is generally going to be the same. They all have the same setup, the same levels of pedal assist and they all come with the throttle as well.

But like I said, on the Ride in the Park on the step-through version. Well, let me try that again stepping through. So you can step through right here and sit completely upright and it's a really comfortable bike, but the benefit is the thin tires. I said you can zip, you're going to hit top speeds and if you want to ride this bike normally, you have less resistance on the tires so it's super easy to pedal and you have the seven-speed gears you can shift like a normal bike. So take the battery off, ride it with it leave the battery on, but keep the motor off and pedal it

It's really easy to pedal because it's set up like a normal bike. You've got the thin tires, it still rolls super smooth, and on the men's version or the higher top two version, you still get upright a little bit more lean forward in this version versus the step through. But it's a lot of fun because you're right here, you can turn on a dime really gives you a lot of agility, which is why this is a great option for city riding if you want to zip around, commute to work and you're the kind of person that really likes to go fast. So these are three great e-bikes for any type of ride. Our Reach your Destination, our EVRYjourney, and our Ride in the Park. You can pretty much cover most types of rides in terrains on an e-bike with these three models of e-bikes.

Now, if you have any questions at all or anything else you want to know, please comment below or email us at or call us at (310)982-2877. And don't forget, go to our website and take the body fit quiz. You can answer some questions about your body and your life and our proprietary algorithm will recommend the perfect e-bike for you. In addition to that, we have a 90-day test drive e-bike policy. If you don't love your e-bike within 90 days, send it back. No questions asked no money out of your pocket. And lastly, join our community and download our app. Whether you have a bike or not. If you're thinking about getting a bike, join the community and you can talk to other riders in advance of purchasing. You can also download the app, see how other people are riding. See what they're posting, how far they're going on these e-bikes back here. It's a great resource and once you have your bike, make new friends, share your rides, share photos it's tons of fun. So thanks for sticking around and don't forget, it's your journey, your experience enjoy the ride.


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