and gearing on a mid-drive bike.
Soon enough Eddy was riding up and
down the trails with more and more con;dence. Years of riding experience and
surely some help from muscle memory
had him riding at above-average levels. He truly ;owed along with the trail,
enjoying every single hill he was now
able to climb. Perry was really happy
and kept shooting video to share online.
Eddy’s big grin.
rode for a couple of minutes to get used
to a pedal-assisted bike. Less than two
minutes of riding on the grass and he
was good to go!
We were on a local singletrack, and
he was doing well. While climbing the
;rst hill, not used to coordinating the
gears and the power of an electric bike,
he ground to a halt and fell over. Unhurt
but admitting he was happy he got that
;rst crash over with, he ;gured it out
and was riding extremely well. It didn’t
Eddy has a steely determination to
keep improving, an inspiring drive that
has served him well throughout life. He’s
stopped using the hand controls in his
car and wants to keep riding. We know
that electric bikes are going to be a
good part of that, and we’re looking forward to riding with him again! ■