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Alanna here with Sixthreezero. Today, we are going to talk about the best women's electric bike for the city, so stick around.
Thanks for tuning in. I am here with the Sixthreezero Ride in the Park electric bike. This is the best women's electric bike for biking in the city for several reasons. First of all, this bike has a 500-watt motor. So that means it's going to be great for getting you through intersections quickly. If you're commuting to work and you have a lot of lights that you need to pass through quickly, it's going to get you through quickly and safely. Additionally, if you have any hills in your area or if you're in an area that gets a lot of traffic, that motor with the pedal-assist, or with just the throttle, is really going to help you maneuver quickly whenever you need to. Whether you're avoiding obstacles, going uphill, it's going to make it effortless.
Additionally, let's talk about aerodynamics. So this bike has thinner wheels than you would see on our typical comfort bike like the EVRYjourney or the Around the Block. So, that means you're going to move a lot faster. It's got a sleek design frame. We have the more narrow handlebars, which also give you more power for maneuvering quickly, again, adding to the safety of biking in a busy intersection. Additionally, this bike has disc brakes, which means it's going to make it safe and easy to brake on a dime if that's what you need to do. So of course, when you're biking in the city, it's busy, you have a lot of car traffic. Sometimes you don't even have a bike lane. So safety is really key, and that's what you're getting with this bike. What else? We have a low step-through frame. So no matter what your wardrobe is for the day, it's going to be doable with this bike. You don't necessarily have to swing your leg around if you're in a skirt or a dress. You can step over. Easy to mount and dismount.
All right, let's talk a little bit about the motor and the battery. So this bike actually has three modes of riding. The first would be standard, meaning the battery's off, the motor's off. It functions, essentially, like a normal bike. So if you want to burn more calories, get your heart rate up, you can turn everything off and ride it as you would a normal bike. But you can also use the bike in full throttle mode. So, that means no pedaling at all. With just the throttle you can hit up to a max speed of 20 miles per hour. And in the full-throttle mode, with no pedaling, the battery will help you cover about 30 miles. So, that's a pretty good distance. You could essentially get to work without doing any work at all, no work until you get there.
But we also have pedal assist mode. So what that means is that as you pedal, the motor kicks in and gives you more of a boost. And in the pedal-assist mode, you can go even faster. So you can hit a max speed of 28 miles per hour. And in pedal-assist mode, since you're also doing some of the work, the battery lasts a little bit longer, around 30 to 40 miles. So it's a great way to get your heart rate up a little, burn a little bit of calories while still not doing all of the work.
And another great thing about this is that the battery is removable. So when you get to work, you can pop the battery out. And I'll show you how that looks. Just turn the key, slide it out. And then you can plug it in so it can charge while you're at work if you need to. So you have a full battery on your way home. You don't have to worry about pedaling if you don't want to. You can use full throttle at the end of a busy workday and give yourself a little bit of a break.
So that is the Ride in the Park 500-watt women's electric bike, the best option if you are biking in the city if you're using your bike as a commuter bike. And of course, in addition to all of those great features, it looks super cute. This is the teal, but we have a couple of other color options as well.
All right, let's go for a test ride. Okay. Super easy to mount, step-through. Let's turn the motor on. And I'll start in full throttle. Let's go. Yep. I just hit 12 miles per hour. So I reached that speed pretty quickly. And now I'm in pedal-assist mode. I've eased off the throttle, so I'll start pedaling. And this one has seven gears. So right now I'm in seventh gear. I'm actually going to bring it down to six, five. So really, you can adjust everything to get the exact ride that you want. Whether you want to be doing more or less work or no work at all, it's really up to you. But it's a very sleek, quick bike. Now, so hitting 16, 17, 18, 19, and that's about as comfortable as I feel right now. Let's turn around.
So super comfy, easy to ride. A few things I forgot to mention, this seat, it's a bubble seat. So it has a lot of cushions, which is great for a long commute. And it also has this back rack, which holds, I think, just about 50 pounds, so it's great for a pannier or a basket. If you bring a bag to work, as I'm sure you do, this will take care of that.
So, that's the women's Ride in the Park electric bike. Hopefully, that was helpful to you. If you're interested in buying a bike for commuting to work or riding in the city, this is going to be a great option. If you're wondering if this is a good fit for you, be sure to check out our Body Fit Quiz on our website, sixthreezero.com. You input your height, a few other things about yourself, and where you'll be riding and it'll suggest bike
Also, you can check out our Sixthreezero Pedalers Group on Facebook. It's a great place to get recommendations from real Sixthreezero owners. So you could post a question about your riding style or which models you're interested in, and you'll get tons of responses from people with that bike. So it's just a great resource if you're interested in getting a new bike. Or even if you already have a bike, it's a great place to share photos and get encouragement from other riders. So check it out. And be sure to download the Sixthreezero Pedaling app. It's available in the Google Play Store and the App Store. It's great for logging your ride. I love looking into the app and seeing how many miles I've logged. And we have giveaways every week, a leaderboard, so it's motivating to get up there on the leaderboard. Check it out. Thank you for watching. Hopefully, this was helpful. If you have any questions, be sure to leave them in the comments below. And don't forget, it's your journey, your experience. Enjoy the ride.
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