If you’re looking to get fit and healthy, going on regular ebike rides is an excellent way to get in shape. Cycling to lose weight can help boost your heart and lung health, improve your blood flow, build muscle strength, and lower your stress levels.
Riding ebikes has a lot of benefits. It’s efficient, enjoyable, and easy to squeeze into your busy schedule. Before you start on your ebike weight loss journey, we have some tips to help you out.
Hopping on your ebike and going for long rides at a certain pace can surely give you a workout but to effectively lose weight by cycling, you need to consider what you eat too. Although, you don’t need to give up all your favorite food in order to lose weight. Proper nutrition and a balanced meal can give the energy you need for cycling. Consult with a nutritionist to make the most out of your weight loss goals.
Most people think an electric bike doesn’t give you a proper workout since it does all the work for you. But that is not the case. Depending on the level of pedal assist, an ebike can still give you a workout and it even encourages longer bike rides, giving you motivation to keep on riding.
A Boogie Bike Cruiser has a 750W motor and a Samsung 48V 13.6Ah battery, giving you the power to ride further and explore longer while you choose the effort, giving you a seamless way to get into the habit of being fit! Get yours today.
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The leaves are turning and the air is chilly but that shouldn’t stop you from riding your ebike. Even though it's the off-season, there are still some fantastic rides to be had. Don't pass up the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery and the colder weather autumn brings. We have compiled some of the best places to ride your bike in the fall.
I love my Boogie Cruiser. I got it in early June, and I’ve been riding it about every other day - 8 to 16 miles each trip. We live near mountainous terrain, so it’s either uphill or downhill; not much level ground.
It's that time of year when the leaves change color, the scarves and layers come out, friends and family prepare warm, comforting meals for one another, and everyone dresses up for Halloween. Although it is a beautiful season, many cyclists do not take advantage of the benefits of autumn riding to their full potential. People tend to be less active when there is less sunlight and when their school and work schedules are hectic. It goes a long way toward explaining why, as a group, people are at their leanest at the beginning of October and then tend to gain weight over the next few months. So, to get you encouraged to do more cycling in the fall, here are ten reasons why cycling during the fall is awesome.