I went for a bike ride today in Saigon. Now THAT was an experience I'll never forget. From block to block, building to building, you feel like you're in two different worlds: the old and the new.
Ho Chi Minh City?
That sounds nice. Did you ride your bike to it? I assume that would be a good ride from the RV park.
I drove over after checking out the Bellagio Christmas display this morning. I'm sure its packed right now with a long line to get in.
One of the shortest Vegas walks I have ever taken. The display is right by the garage elevators. Barely a line to get in this morning
Hmmm the way I understood the electric bikes, didnít look too much into them, was you can have the electric assist part turned on or off. My hope was to mostly only use it on the uphill parts, would probably just prefer a regular folding bike if electric always on unless itís dead or detached.
If youíre climbing paved roads a foldable will work. If youíre climbing unpaved trails Iím not so sure of the sturdiness of suitable folder. Iíve had 3 electric bicycle. The first was pedal assist only. The last two have both options for just power cruising and pedal assist. This last one is my only foldable. But I bought It more as a bargain than for that reason.. in fact, Iíve never folded it since I unfolded it. Iíve ridden on trails with all three bikes. But none of them were ideal. Even the weakest (250 watt) was capable of making the most difficult climb in the Tour de France on a single charge. So, for climbing purposes, they are all good.