‘Tis the Season

Written by Alex Golden on . Posted in Uncategorized

Holidays are here!
Now is the time for warm lights, good food and cheerful company.

It’s also a time for giving gifts and sharing bounty. We have plenty to share. Throughout the month of December our bikes will be on sale as we look to reduce inventory and get ready for what’s new in 2022.

If an eBike is on your wish-list this Christmas this is the perfect time to test ride and fall in love with a new pair of powered wheels. Do bikes wrap well? No. But with the savings we’re offering they’re worth the effort.

The shop will be closed from the 24th of December through the 6th of January in order to give our hardworking crew time with their loved ones. If you’re looking to have any work done on your bike this month we encourage you to join us before then.

Form Letter for the EBIKE Act

Written by Jerry on . Posted in Uncategorized

As some of you may have read in the Locals Guide…

…we are encouraging all eBike enthusiasts to apply pressure to their national representatives to vote “yes” on the Electric Bicycle Incentive Kickstart for the Environment (EBIKE) Act.
The bill is listed as H.R. 1019 in the house and and S.2420 in the Senate.

Thank you for helping us make electric bikes more financially accessible!

How to Email Your Senator

If you live in Oregon’s 2nd District (like we do) you can email your representatives using the links below:

Senator Ron Wyden
Senator Jeff Merkley
House Representative Cliff Bentz

If you don’t live in Oregon’s 2nd District and want to find your representatives’ email address,
we recommend using govtrack.us


A Form Letter to Email

Honorable [Representative],

I’m writing to urge you to support the Electric Bicycle Incentive Kickstart for the Environment Act (E-BIKE Act). This act, H.R.1019 or S.2420, represents a bipartisan opportunity to create tax incentives for purchasing personal electric vehicles. The 30%-of-cost credit is a reasonable motivation to purchase an E-Bike and the $8,000 spending cap ensures that the bill is working for the citizens that need it most.

Electric Bikes have been shown to encourage Functional Bicycling – which has positive impacts on personal health, the environment, and independence from non-renewable resources. More Americans on bike seats represents a reduced cost to our healthcare system. Recent upswings in electric bike sales represent a growing desire among Americans of all walks of life to shift towards a more sustainable method of personal transportation.

Supporting the E-BIKE Act helps America pedal into the future.

[Your Name]


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