Electric Bikes Catching On in Israel as Smart Commuting Solution
Roi Katziri replaced his NIS 500 bike with one that cost NIS 4,250. "When they asked me if I wanted to ride an electric bike, I didn't think twice. I drive to work and back every day, so the opportunity of having fun riding a bike without breaking a sweat seemed delightful."
Katziri says he was disappointed because the bike he got was pretty conservative and gray-looking.
"But I was really impressed with how comfortable they are to ride, especially on the new bike paths they've paved along the Tel Aviv promenade," he adds.
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The shadow ebikes will feature up to 1,000w power, lithium batteries, regenerative brakes and an integrated rim design.
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