For those who have yet to hop aboard an electric motor-assisted bicycle, e-bikes are regular bicycles with a battery-powered “pedal assist.” When you saddle up and push the pedals, a small motor engages and gives you a boost, so you can whiz up hills with a loaded backpack and cruise over challenging terrain without gassing yourself. Most e-bikes come with a power switch that lets you adjust the boost setting from “eco” (low) to “turbo” (high). These e-bikes are technically called “pedalecs,” and they feel just like riding a bike, except you feel bionic because the motor assist lets you achieve a far faster pace with far less fitness and hard work.

It’s that last part that has raised the hackles among those who like to “earn their turns,” so to speak. Because gaining the kind of wattage e-bikes give you with a push of a button takes weeks, months, even years to develop through training alone.

If you’re worried that riding an e-bike won’t keep you fit, think again. While e-bikes do provide a boost to your cycling, they don’t excuse you from exercise

Mark Blundell Returns to the Grid with Trefecta

He drove with Senna, Berger, and Häkkinen, has won Le Mans and three IndyCar races. Trefecta is proud to announce it’s partnership with Mark Blundell, who will be returning to elite-level motor racing. Running with Shaun Hollamby’s AmD Tuning team in the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship (BTCC).

Trefecta and Mark Blundell join an exceptional dedication and passion for racing and engineering. Always pushing all boundaries to get the maximum result. When margins are slim the car must be engineered to perfection. Same with Trefecta, the unique interaction between design, power and function results in a multi-purposed vehicle offering an unique riding experience, ultimate freedom and customized to every need.

     For more smart training videos and answers to your biggest e-bike questions, check out https://www.trefectamobility.com

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