Adventure

The Koga E-WorldTraveller Bicycle

I don’t have a great deal to say about this – you can read the details on the Koga website – but the Koga E-WorldTraveller bicycle shown here is basically an e-bike version of Wanda, my Koga WorldTraveller Signature (see link below). Give me another 20 years and I might be investing but there are more and more eBikes on the road and it’s not just the older generation. I see quite a few younger people cycling them and it no longer seems incongruous. Better a young person on an eBike than in a car!

My non-e-Bike in action in Spain

Here’s a video I made in 2019 on a visit to Germany where eBikes have taken off in a big way:

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Categories: Adventure, Cycling, Travel

3 replies »

  1. We have just returned home after cycling well over 1100 miles on our Koga World traveller Ebikes. They were bought from Cycle sense in mid 2018 and we have cycled over 15000 miles on them often with full cycling kit. We have had regular servicing from Cyclesense even during 5he lockdowns and they are superb bicycles. I would fully recommend them. So glad we got th3m

  2. I’ve had my ebike for two and a half years with over 3000 miles. Best vehicle investment I’ve ever made and it has always been intended as a car alternative, rather than a bicycle alternative.

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