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Hi guys, Alanna here from Sixthreezero. Today, I'm going to show you the best women's electric bike for first-time riders. Stick around.
When it comes to looking for your first electric bike there are a few things you want to consider. Those are safety, comfort, and versatility.
And this electric bike, the Women's EVRYjourney 250 watts internal battery encompasses all three of those things, so it's a great option for new or first-time riders. Let's go over what makes it safe, comfortable, and versatile. First, let's talk about safety. When it comes to riding a bike, one thing that you need to master of course is balance. And this frame style is going to make it really easy to stay balanced on. And of course, easy to mount and dismount. One reason for that is because it has a low step-through frame. When mounting the bike, you don't have to worry about swinging your leg over. You can easily just step through to get on your bike. You don't have to worry too much about losing your balance or wobbling around while getting on and off.
Another reason is that it has forward pedaling, so this forward pedaling here means exactly that, the pedals are about a foot forward instead of directly below the seat as they typically are. And that allows you to keep your seat lower while still getting full leg extension while pedaling. And so what that means, I'll show you, is that if you come to a stop, you can easily put your toes on the ground. Now I'm 5'1", and I could even lower the seat a little more and have my feet completely flat on the ground. And I know that gives a lot of new riders a sense of security. As they're getting used to riding the bike, they want to know that they can stand up at any time, so having the forward pedaling lower seat allows you to do that, making it safer as you're riding and as you're stopping, mounting, and dismounting.
Now, forward pedaling also plays a part in comfort because like I mentioned earlier, it allows full leg extension. If you had a bike with the pedals directly under the seat, you would have to raise your seat to get that full leg extension. With this bike, you don't have to. You don't sacrifice comfort for safety or safety for comfort. You get both. In addition to that, we have the wide bucket saddle, so it's the cruiser style saddle, which is super comfortable. It cups your butt. It's personally, my favorite saddle to ride with and everyone who's test-ridden this bike, always comments on the saddle. Aside from the saddle, we have wide handlebars, making it easy to steer and maneuver, and all of these components are adjustable. You can raise and lower the height of the handlebars. You can adjust the tilt.
You can even adjust the tilt of your seat. As you're riding, you can adjust your bike to make sure that you have an upright posture and that you don't have any kinks in your wrist or elbows, which can really come in handy, especially as you go on longer rides, you want to avoid any tension or pressure in your wrists, your shoulders, your hips, and the forward pedaling is going to help with that too. Pressure or attention in your hips and knees, it's going to alleviate some of that as you're biking. That covers comfort and safety. And now let's talk about versatility. This model is 250 watts, and I think it's perfect for a new rider, especially if you're petite. It's going to be more than enough power for you to ride uphill if you're commuting. If you want to attach a bag or basket and you're going grocery shopping, or you're lugging things around, this is going to give you enough power to do that while still getting uphill.
You can really use this bike for anything, whether it is running errands, going on long trips or picnics, casual riding. And even if you want to use your bike, this bike to exercise, you can still do that because it has three riding modes.
I have actually used this bike for exercise and I like it because sometimes you get really ambitious at the beginning of your exercise. You think you're going to ride however many miles and then it comes time to head home and you're exhausted. The great thing is that you keep the motor off as you're riding or keep it in a low pedal assist mode. And then on the way home, you can take it easy and just hit the throttle. Pretty much a great way to cool down. And of course, if you encounter any hills, the pedal assist and the throttle are really going to make it easy or allow you to adjust how much effort you're putting in.
It's really tailored to you and your riding style. A great starter bike. It comes in so many different colors, super cute. This is, like I mentioned earlier, the internal battery model. We have another model that has the battery on the rear rack, essentially the same. Same frame style, just different battery placements. And that one comes in even more color options. Really there's something for everyone. If you're looking for a starter bike for women, this is it. This is the EVRYjourney 250 watt women's bicycle. Check it out. And if you want to get the perfect fit, you can actually go to our website sixthreezero.com and take the body fit quiz. This bike actually accommodates a wide range of rider heights and sizes. It is likely that this option will pop up for you unless you are really short or really tall, but this is going to be great for your most riders, check out the body fit quiz.
You can see which models will be good for you and your riding style. Answer a few questions and get some results. Be sure to check out our pedalers' group on Facebook. It is a Facebook group full of Sixthreezero owners, so they're there to answer questions, share photos, share achievements. We give away prizes in the group. It's a great community. And don't forget to download the Sixthreezero Pedalling app it's in Google Play and the app store. And our goal this year is to hit 150,000 miles on Sixthreezero bikes, so every bike ride logged in the app will count towards that goal. And every 25,000 miles reached, we're giving away a bike. It's a fun community. We have a leaderboard, so you can try to get to the leaderboard if you're competitive. You can share pictures. And of course, we have weekly giveaways, so check it out. And hopefully, you found this video helpful. If you have any other questions, let us know in the comments below, and don't forget. It's your journey, your experience, enjoy the ride.
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