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September 26, 2020
Experience a true city-life oasis as you complete a 16 kilometre loop around one of Calgary’s largest bodies of water and through Weaselhead Natural Area. You’ll ride along Calgary’s water reservoir through the only delta in the city, and eventually pass the mouth of the Elbow River as it flows into the Glenmore Reservoir. Take your e-bike for a ride early in the morning or in the evening to avoid the majority of the foot traffic. This pathway is chock-full of natural wonders to take in - including waterfront views with mountains in the distance and a truly colourful experience as the leaves turn in the fall. This is considered a perfect route for a leisurely ride, especially on an electric bike.
Suggested e-bikes for the Glenmore Reservoir
With such easy access from downtown Calgary, this island on the Bow River is a local favorite for walking, cycling, and electric bikes. Riders can cross any of the three bridges from the riverfront downtown and follow the pristine pathways in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction, with quite a few options to cut into the island’s middle. The pathways are paved and perfect for e-bikes. The wind through an almost 50-acre park that features incredible panoramic city views. The perfect 3.5-kilometer urban escape, while still in the heart of the city!
Suggested e-bikes for Prince Island’s Park
A municipal park, it’s the fourth-largest urban park in Canada, and one of the largest urban parks in North America spanning almost 40 kilometers and 2,800-acres. For e-bike riders, there are 32 trails and 25 miles of pathways to cycle and enjoy. There are plenty of sights to see along the way, including the climb up the hill to Plateau Trail, where you’ll get remarkable views of the Rocky Mountains, Bow River Valley, and expansive grasslands and plains to the east. This park is frequented year-round by hikers, walkers, cyclists, electric bikes, and other outdoor adventurers.
Suggested e-bikes for Nose Hill Park
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October 01, 2020
Electric bikes have been around for a few years in Canada, you just need to look around and you will spot a few. In Toronto, using electric bikes as a form of keeping fit or exploring around the city is a norm. In fact, people of any fitness level can use electric bikes as they’re easy to cycle and can handle any terrain, thanks to the electric assist that the bikes offer. Let two wheels get you to new places and help open your eyes to stops along the way that you might otherwise miss.
Visitors to Toronto will be pleasantly surprised by its large bikeway network consisting of more than 450 km of bicycle lanes, shared roadways and off-road paths. There are plenty of off-road paths and parks to explore for those who want to stay off the city streets.
There are many locations that are perfect for exploring in Montreal, Quebec that are perfect to take your standard or electric bike. There is a reason that people call Montreal the Paris of North America, it is one of the most beautiful locations in the world for enjoying the outside and for being able to get some health time in as well. The E-bike is a wondrous invention and makes it possible for anyone to ride a bike and to enjoy the outdoors.
Montreal makes riding your electric bike easy, with 480 km of bike paths.
September 27, 2020