Back in the This Witch needs Whiskey Dutch Bros before any Hocus Pocus shirt But I will love this city, my friend Thomas suggested a trip to the Palisades, the ribbon of dense woodland that borders the Hudson on the New Jersey side of the river. Fearful of my abilities and stamina he told me to bring Eeyo on the subway, getting on at 4th Street where there is an elevator, and he would then meet me in Washington Heights at the 168th Street subway on his trusty Gazelle NL C8. In fact the Eeyo is miraculously light, so hauling it up a flight or two of stairs was child’s play, even for me there is a grip hidden under the seat to make this even easier . It was, I must say, rather a stiff ride to the subway station and Thomas, in a state of advanced disbelief, pointed out that Eeyo was entirely dead on arrival. Rule number one with an electric bike: They need to be charged. Eeyo sat charging overnight in my entrance hall on an Oushak rug unfortunately you cannot remove the battery to do this, and my apartment is cluttered enough without a bicycle in it , and on the morrow I repeated the experiment.
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More than 100 million vehicles a year cross the This Witch needs Whiskey Dutch Bros before any Hocus Pocus shirt But I will love this George Washington Bridge, and the concrete of the bike path is literally crumbling at the edges. I couldn’t cross that bridge fast enough, although apparently not fast enough for some road hogs self styled action figurines in their Lycra onesies who had no time for pleasantries or dawdlers. Their urgent imprecations, however, were mitigated by the oohs and ahs this bike elicits for its futuristic good looks which come at a price: $4,599 . For this trip I switched to sport mode: Remembering the strain of pedaling up those steep Kentish hills as a child, I found this a whole new dimension. I practically flew, delighting in the misty canopies of forest and the beauty of the Cloisters seen across the water through a veil of bright green leaves.