A2B Sydney Electric Bikes | Hires | City Tours


Reinventing a traditional mode of transport, A2B Electric Bikes is a unique way of travelling through the busy streets of Sydney while saving money on petrol and keeping the environment healthy. Hiring these bikes provides a convenient means to explore Sydney and see the best sites up close without having to worry about the horrors of parking in the city.

Cyclists will still manage to get their heart-rates up on the electric bikes with the peddle assistance helping you along with power based on how much you pedal. Going for a ride on an electric bike means that you can even ride up big hills without any fear of exhaustion since the bike’s engine allows you to peddle at your own pace while still maintaining enough speed to travel up those steep inclines.

These electric bikes are perfect for any cyclist, beginner or pro, to navigate through the city while simultaneously keeping fit and lowering your carbon footprint. The popularity of A2B bikes has risen significantly since its inception making it a trendy hobby to take up. With a silent motor and a sleek design, these A2B electric bikes offer a new form of travel that is worth experiencing.

Currently, the bikes are available for both individual hire and group tours at Sydney Electric Bikes in Pyrmont, and with another location in Manly coming on aboard, there’s really no excuse not to grab a bike and ride along some of Sydney’s most scenic routes.

Where: Shop 2 1-9 Pyrmont Bridge Road, Pyrmont
Contact:
0411 897 760 | Hires and Group Tours | A2B Electric Bikes Sales

Where: SkaterHQ – Shop 2/49 North Steyne, Manly
Contact: 02 8667 7892 | A2B Electric Bikes Hires

 


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