GREEN BIKE USA

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With 75 percent of Americans driving to work every day, the result is constant traffic jams, frayed nerves and a huge increase in greenhouse emissions. Green Bike USA would like you to leave your car at home and bike to work.

Fortunately, more and more people are opting for bikes as an alternative means of transportation. They are cheaper than cars and maneuverable in traffic, making them especially convenient for city commuting. Green Bike USA has from the beginning promoted the electric bike as a fun and environmentally friendly option.

Their bikes are portable as well, due to their foldability. The company even offers a kit that can turn a manual wheelchair into an electric vehicle. They call it FREEDOM and are hoping that’s what their customers will experience.

From full suspension folding e-bikes, to fat tire off road electric bicycles with powerful 500 watt motors; comfortable electric cruiser bikes, to adaptable electric mountain bikes, Green Bike USA remain committed to meeting the needs of their customers.

DID YOU KNOW
An e-bike might not be able to replace your car for some uses, but when comparing the environmental impacts, there’s really no question. If you use an e-bike as a replacement for driving a car, you are absolutely helping to curb your CO2 footprint and may even be more efficient than pedaling a traditional bicycle depending on your diet.

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