This A2B has a rather distinctive look. The motor pushes it very smoothly, but forcefully, up to 30 km/h, and there’s the option of riding up to 20 km/h without pedaling at all.
A2B powered e-bike helps Crohn's sufferer head for Land's End to John O'Groats dream
Ecotricity contact centre leader Penny Burgess is taking on the 1,105 mile Land’s End to John O’Groats challenge thanks to an A2B e-Bike. Crohn’s disease sufferer Penny commutes daily and loves her e-Bike as she covers the 20 miles comfortably arriving at work fresh not hot and sweaty. Penny is setting off from Land’s End on Saturday 30 August “I could not physically do it without an electric bike and it is superb,” she said. “This is something I have dreamed of doing all my life.”
The German-built A2B Obree was supplied by Jacob Kirby at eCycle UK in John Street, Stroud. See the A2B e-Bike collection at http://www.wearea2b.com/uk/collection
Keep up to date with Penny’s progress via her blog http://pennyburgess59.wordpress.com/