Saturday, September 18, 2010

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E-bike on Queen St. E.

Uploaded by Roger Cullman on April 25, 2008
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E-bike on Queen St. E.

As seen in this story on blogTO.
Toronto, Ont. April 21: Jason Krauskopf, 29, rides his e-bike to work every day since February. "It's governed to 32km per hour, so windchill's not a factor," says Krauskopf. "There's no license or insurance required and I get 50km on a charge, which uses 1 kilowatt-hour or 15 cents of electricity." He bought the bike at Kaymak (Richmond and Jarvis) for $1300 with taxes). "Technically, it's a power-assisted bicycle," says Krauskopf. "I beat most cars in traffic, driving from High Park to Queen and Jarvis in about 20 minutes. It's got plenty of storage too. I can fit eight 'tall-boys' under the seat." Photo ©Roger Cullman.
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  1. Ups! Looks like the seller's name is misspelled. It should be "Daymak "instead of "Kaymak". BTW Daymak closes two of it's downtown stores on Jarvis and Bloor. So, big closing out sale! :) You can read more TO e-biking news at my FB. Look for Lubo Ebiker. Cheers!

  2. i know what happen with my store now.the developer of the application doesnt allow to used it yet.