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At this time of year, between Christmas celebrations and New Year resolutions many of us are searching for the best solution to improved health and fitness. As the last tasty morsels are finished off many of us are consumed by an overwhelming fear of how long the road can seem to recover our pre-festive bodies once more. Here are five good reasons why electric bikes can help you back inside your favourite clothes.
Buying things is easy – a gym membership, an exercise bike, a Shakeweight (a what?) – enjoy a free bit of dopamine for doing something noble, but with none of the attendant sweating. A great deal, right?
It’s using those things consistently to improve your health that’s the hard part, and bikes are no exception. According to the research, only 46% of conventional bikes are ridden even once or twice per week. For many, the mental image of inching up a hill, lungs and legs on fire, buffeted by wind, sleet, short of breath and short of time, is enough to nip the idea of cycling in the bud. But think again...
At Juicy Bike, we’re sensitive, thoughtful types, prone to introspection and the odd existential crisis. The way we see it though, as long as we’re not in the middle of anything fiddly, involving heavy loads or jagged edges to injure ourselves with, then it probably doesn’t do us any harm. Retro/vintage “Dutch style” electric bikes are an essential part of our roster, and have been from the beginning. But, why? And what does that even mean? What are these terms, “retro” and “vintage” that we bandy about with such nonchalance, safe in the knowledge that this is Who We Are? Such is our latest neurosis.
Having done a little digging, it seems that “retro” and “vintage”, although often used interchangeably, are in fact two distinct concepts.
Simply put, for something to be vintage it needs to have been made during the time in question, whereas something is considered retro if it is based on designs from days gone by.