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September 27, 2020
The absolute first place you must visit with your e-bike is the gorgeous area that holds the way to the Lost Lake Trail. This 250km trail is easily accessible for any level of experience, from mountain bikers to leisure riders. Lost Lakes Park is where you’ll want to spend the day. There are tons of unique sights to behold and always somewhere new to go.
Suggested e-bikes for Lost Lake Park
This expansive paved trail is just a small part of the even larger Trans Canada Trail, and connects most of Whistler's localities by one easily accessible route.
This beautiful, easy ride will take you to multiple perfect picnic spots, gorgeous lake views and vistas. The trail is multi-use and is beloved by everyone from cyclists, e-bike enthusiasts, runners, power walkers and even dog walkers. Just imagine cruising this lovely car-free route on your e-bike, enjoying the best views Whistler can offer.
Suggested e-bikes for Whistler Valley Trail
Another great route to take your e-bike out is Olympic Park. A tour is available and will guide you through the history of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic winter games. See such sights as the Biathlon Stadium and the old ski jump venues before heading up to the Top of the World trail and take in the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains and glaciers. With 6km of paved trail to explore, this park is well worth the visit.
Suggested e-bikes for Olympic Park trails
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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