Posted on February 20, 2022
E-bikes are a blast and totally worth it in city with a decent climate and infrastructure
It's 2022. Both in terms of life and also this blog 2021 was the year that could have been but never was. There were many posts written about technology and what I thought of it, but through the editing cycle they seemed overly cynical, dour, and unhappy. Nothing I needed to say was that important that it was worth contributing to the general malaise of our era. So I wanted to kick of the first post of the year with something that technology has made more fun, Electric Bicycles.
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