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Intro to E-Bikes Virtual Workshop
November 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
⚡Power up your Pedals!🚲
Join GO Santa Cruz for Intro to E-bikes, a free virtual workshop via Zoom.
Thursday, November 17th , Noon – 1pm
Free helmets and bike lights for attendees available upon request*
Register here: ecoact.org/GOSC-ebikeintro
Are you tired of $6-a-gallon gas? Would you like to find out about how you can access local e-bike rebates? How about your options when it comes to 0% interest financing? GO Santa Cruz and Ecology Action invite you to this primer on all things e-bike.
Maybe you’ve thought about biking to work, but you’re concerned about hills, distance, or the extra time it will take you. Perhaps you’d love to ride, but you are a busy parent with kids to transport and errands to run. From hauling kids, to having time to take the scenic route, and arriving to work sweat-free, this workshop will explore e-bike options for a diversity of lifestyles.
Ecology Action staff will provide an overview introduction of e-bikes, with time for audience Q&A. Topics will include picking the right e-bike for you, different e-bike technologies, cost/rebates/financing, environmental benefits, and an investigation if e-bikes can really replace car trips.
Get inspired by testimonials from local e-bike owners and use interactive polls to hone-in on what’s most important to you in an e-bike. We’ll also dive into the question on everyone’s mind: “Are e-bikes cheating?” Spoiler alert: nope, not even close 😄
What people have said about the workshop:
“”Great workshop, super helpful, well organized and facilitated!””
“”This was spectacular! I learned so much and am now revisiting the thought of purchasing an e-bike and selling my vehicle.””
*Free Bell helmets and Blackburn bike lights (a $100 value) available for all attendees employed by businesses in Santa Cruz County.
For more information on the GO Santa Cruz County and the GOSC Downtown program and available benefits, visit gosantacruzcounty.org
This workshop is offered to local commuters as part of GO Santa Cruz, a transportation program supporting commute alternatives to single-occupant car trips. While some program benefits are reserved for downtown employees, all are welcome to attend.