What You'll Get
- Electric Bike/Train Coastal Adventure for One
- Electric Bike/Train Coastal Adventure for Two
- Full-day electric bike/train coastal adventure premium 36T Package
- Lock for the bike
- Bottle of drinking water
- Snack bar
- Use of a free windbreaker jacket, if needed
- Buy one and get one for free Yogurt at 101 Yogurt in Solana Beach
- If clients are riding on their birthday, they will receive a designer Pedego wristwatch as a present
- Train fare included if riding Monday–Friday. $4 extra if ride is on weekends
The adventure starts at Solana Beach where clients pick up their electric bike. Then they walk across the street to the Coaster station and board the train north to Carlsbad—views from the Coaster Train are beautiful as they follow the coast most of the way. Upon arrival, clients exit the train and ride their electric bike along the coastline back to Solana Beach. More information about this adventure can be found here.
Pedego Solana Beach will review your entire route with you before departure.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Children less than 14 years of age are not allowed on this adventure. Children 15 to 18 must ride with a parent. Age 18 to 21 can rent, but must pay a refundable damage deposit in the amount of $100 per bike. Maximum weight is 270 pounds. No pregnant women due to fall risk Must sign liability waiver/financial responsibility agreement before departure. Must show valid ID and major credit card. Reservations required at least 1 day in advance of departure. Must know how to ride a bike for this Adventure. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pedego Solana Beach
The California sun is an important business partner of Pedego Electric Bikes: it charges each one of the shop's electric bikes via solar panels on the roof. Though they're powered by the sun's rays, these bikes aren't so different from normal bikes—they just allow you to go farther and faster without overexerting yourself. That convenience has earned Pedego plenty of positive attention from the press, including from the likes of Newsweek, the New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times, which called the Pedego riding experience "addictive."