After years of unsuccessful attempts at inventing a two-wheeled form of propulsion, Wilbur and Orville Bike finally realized the problem was that their prototypes were all screwed to the gymnasium floor. Achieve functional mobility with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for a four-hour electric-bike rental (a $35 value)
- $29 for an eight-hour electric-bike rental (a $70 value)
Battery-powered bicycles cruise along streets and sidewalks employing three modes of operation. Riders can turn off the motor completely for self-propulsion, switch to battery-assisted pedaling for climbing hills, or switch to full power for automated riding. Rentals include a lock, insurance, and a helmet.
Chattanooga Electric Bikes
After spying his first electronic bike while teaching in China, owner Garnet Caldwell vowed to bring the unique and potentially revolutionary vehicles to his hometown. He told the Times Free Press, "These bikes are for people who just want to get out and ride," explaining that they can go about 20 miles before needing to be charged and, like a championship racewalker, can reach speeds of up to 20 miles per hour.
The bikes, available at the shop for rental or sale, come in all sizes and run off a battery that is recharged via a traditional wall outlet. Chattanooga Electric Bikes caries models from Ezip, Izip, Stromer, and Pedego, as well as conversion kits to help traditional two-wheelers to make the jump to electric. Certified technicians ensure bikes are held to the highest safety standards and don't become sentient, and they can service any brand of electric bicycle.
123 Frazier Ave.
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405