E-Bikes & Bikes Customised to You
March 16, 2022
Biking is a wonderful activity. It gets you outdoors into the fresh air. You can enjoy beautiful scenery and if biking with a partner, great company.
Older adults and seniors may wonder if biking is appropriate for them. The answer is an unequivocal "yes!" Even if you have mobility issues such as arthritis or trouble with balance, biking can be a gentle way for you to exercise.
Thanks to the ergonomic design of eBikes, they are easier to balance and ride. Riders have a more upright posture with proper angels for hips, arms, and legs. Sixthreezero sizes each bike for every customer. This proper fit eases stress on joints and muscles.
In addition, eBikes offer pedal assist. This means that when the road is a little too steep or long or your body gets a little too tired, you can kick in the motor. You can even put the bike on full motor and then you don't need to pedal at all. Just sit back and enjoy the scenery.
There are some eBike designs that are particularly good for riders with balance problems, such as:
With each ride, the electric motor makes the trip as easy as you want it to be. If you feel up to doing all the work, turn the motor off. For just a little help on tough hills, adjust the throttle accordingly.
Biking is great cardiovascular exercise and may actually help reduce arthritis symptoms. It can also improve your mood and help you sleep better at night. Before you hop on your bike and head for the hills, do the following:
Don't forget the safety gear. Most municipalities require bike helmets. Even if yours doesn't, get one anyway. Make sure it fits properly and wear it every time you head out.
Whether you plan on riding at night or not, outfit your bike with lights and reflectors. Don't let an accident spoil your beautiful ride.
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