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Find The Right E-Bike For You At The Cycling Electric Demo Day

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We’re big fans of electric bikes on Coach and can still remember the pleasant surprise we had when we first rode one, quickly followed by the thought that we could get used to this. While we could wax lyrical for many more words, nothing beats trying it yourself. If you’re thinking of getting an e-bike but aren’t sure what to go for, or even if you’ve just heard about them and want to find out what the fuss is all about, you can get saddle time on plenty of models on a traffic-free track at the Cycling Electric Demo Day (opens in new tab) on Saturday 4th July at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London.

Cycling Electric (opens in new tab) is a new magazine from the publishers of Coach. It goes on sale 29th April, will cost £5.99 and will be a vital resource for anyone thinking of buying an e-bike for work or leisure. (Side note: You should definitely consider buying one to get you to work because e-bikes can be bought through Cycle To Work schemes, saving you somewhere between 25% and 39%.)

Either way, the benefits are the same for commuters, road cyclists, bikepackers and mountain bikers alike – e-bikes offer an environmentally friendly way to get around that’s far easier on the legs. Whether you’re already an e-bike enthusiast or thinking of buying one for the very first time, you’ll leave this event with a better idea of what’s available and what will suit you.

Early bird tickets are on sale (opens in new tab) until 1st March for £20, saving you £5 on the full £25 ticket price. Here’s what your ticket buys you:

Buy tickets (opens in new tab) | £20

If you have any questions about the event, get in touch with the team at cyclingelectricevents@dennis.co.uk.

Jonathan Shannon has been the editor of the Coach website since 2016, developing a wide-ranging experience of health and fitness. Jonathan took up running while editing Coach and has run a sub-40min 10K and 1hr 28min half marathon. His next ambition is to complete a marathon. He’s an advocate of cycling to work and is Coach’s e-bike reviewer, and not just because he lives up a bit of a hill. He also reviews fitness trackers and other workout gear.