Electric Bikes in Rugeley
Try one at EDWIN FERNEYHOUGH your local BATRIBIKE stockist
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Rugeley, Staffordshire WS15 3HF
Electric Bike Rugeley
Edwin Ferneyhough Vehicle Sales is the local outlet to purchase a Batribike electric bike Rugeley, Staffordshire. The transport specialist has over 25 years experience in advising customers on the best solution for their individual requirements. Conveniently located on the edge of Rugeley there is plenty of space for an electric bike test ride.
Commute or leisure riding by electric bike
Electric bikes can take the strain out of your ride whether you use your bike for leisure or for commuting. The easy to use handlebar mounted display allows the rider to select the level of assistance required.
Some riders may prefer to have a small amount of assistance on the flat and increase that for hills and headwinds. Commuters may choose to use the highest level of assistance allowing them to arrive wearing ‘destination clothing’ and not in need of a shower and change of clothes!
Local cycling, from railway to canal
There are lots of opportunities for bicycle riding all around the county. An electric bike Rugeley is an ideal way of enjoying the countryside or commuting to work.
Staffordshire County Council is very keen to promote cycling and has produced a set of cycle maps; they show traffic free routes and a number of suggested routes along quieter roads.
Cannock Chase has some short leisure cycle trails and there is the Chase Heritage Trail a ten-mile long linear trail that links Birches Valley to the towns of Rugeley, Hednesford and Cannock.
The eight mile Manifold Trail is purportedly one of the best trails in Staffordshire and runs along the course of a former railway line between Waterhouses and Hulme End in the Peak District.
The Staffordshire and Worcester Canal, starting to the north of Rugeley at Great Haywood, and working around the top and the west side of Cannock Chase, offers lots of cycling opportunities, and links to NCR (National Cycle Routes) 5, 54 and 81.
Contact Edwin Ferneyhough Vehicle Sales to arrange an electric bike Rugeley test ride. You will be amazed to find out just how easy they are to ride.