Electric Bike adventures abound where the timber meets the town
IRVINE, Calif., June 10, 2015 — Spring is in the air, and fun-loving visitors to the region are flocking to Pedego® Mammoth Lakes in record numbers for an extra-fun boost to their outdoor activities. Electric bike guided tours and rentals have already proven extremely popular this season, even before the official start of summer. Store owner Ashley Brussel is thrilled to see so many visitors enjoying the area on Pedego electric bikes. “People are seeing more of the area than they ever dreamed before,” she said. “And they’re having more fun and enjoying more adventure along the way.”
Indeed, Pedego electric bikes make the Eastern Sierras a favorite California vacation destination. Visitors conquer steep slopes on bicycles with the twist of a throttle. Visitors not acclimated to high-altitude exercise will appreciate the assist when they need to catch their breath as they continue down the path. Pedego’s powerful rear hub motors help riders easily immerse themselves in adventure — gliding quietly through forests, climbing the highest peaks, enjoying proximity to wildlife, gazing at awe-inspiring views, and exploring wilderness close up.
Pedego Mammoth Lakes’ three pre-planned tours allow riders to enjoy this natural playground to the fullest regardless of athletic skills. Tours take two to four hours, depending on the destination.
Explore Twin Lakes, Lake Mary and Horseshoe Lake on a paved path through picturesque country that rises high above the commonplace routes taken by ordinary pedal bikes.
Experience greater adventure at the Mammoth Earthquake Fault area. Riders glide through serene fir and pine forests on the way to a deep fissure that splits volcanic rock as much as 60 feet deep. Then they climb more than a mile to the Minaret Vista to reach the San Joaquin Ridge at an elevation of 9,265 feet — all fun and easy on a Pedego bike!
Wind along a two-lane paved trail above the scenic splendor of Crowley Lake to arrive at a natural hot tub where they can soak and enjoy ultimate serenity.
Pedego Mammoth Lakes also customizes tours to create the most memorable of special events.
Visitors can also choose to rent Pedego electric bikes and set out on their own. They can visit trout-stocked lakes, pine forests and flower-filled meadows then return to town for lunch and shopping. Located in the heart of Old Mammoth, Pedego Mammoth Lakes is an easy ride to many fun adventures on a Pedego. Rentals are available at $20 per hour and $85 per day for Comfort Cruisers or $24 per hour and $100 per day for Pedego Interceptors. A credit card is required when making reservations, and reservations are recommended. This is one adventure that is worth the effort. “We’re making summer extra fun,” said Brussel. “Everyone returns with a huge grin.” The best part is, all that fun is only a phone call away.
About Pedego Mammoth Lakes
Pedego® Mammoth Lakes offers the region’s finest selection of Pedego electric bikes for sales, rentals and self-guided tours. Located at 126 Old Mammoth Rd #108, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546. Open this summer 7 days a week. Check with the store for current hours. For more information, visit www.pedegomammothlakes.com or call the store at (760) 709-5809. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For photos and news, visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pedegoml.
Pedego® Electric Bikes, the world’s premier electric bicycle brand, transforms people’s lives with fun and an abundance of delightful moments. Pedego’s stylish, colorful bikes boast the latest in electric bicycle technology and deliver a green alternative for transportation, exercise and recreation. Riders sail up hills and breeze through headwinds! Pedego “pedal or not” models include the Comfort Cruiser, City Commuter and Trail Tracker. Hailing from Orange County, Calif., Pedego is the fastest growing electric bicycle company in the world. Pedego electric bikes are sold in more than 800 stores in 40 countries. For more information, please visit http://www.pedegoelectricbikes.com/.