Sheila Milne owner of Gifts at Waitarere, a small gift shop behind the 4 square on Waitarere Beach Road, is the latest agent to join the MeloYelo group. Gifts at Waitarere is open most days during the summer months 10am till 4pm. Sheila is selling, hiring & servicing MeloYelo’s superb, high spec range of quality, […]
As you know we bought a 66STX electric bike from you at the Auckland EV expo recently. I just thought I would send you an email giving our reasons for buying this particular bike, and our impressions so far. We were looking for an e-bike for my wife at the lower end of the […]
Electric bikes offer all the benefits of regular bicycle riding – exercise, cardiovascular, and the mental health benefits of getting out in the world and being physical. Everything you can imagine is beneficial with regular bikes is also true for e-bikes, because in their essence, e-bikes are bicycles. The benefits go beyond just regular cycling […]
E-bikes have long been disdained in the cycling community as a cop-out. But as the huge baby boomer cohort gets older, e-bikes are looking better and better â€” and they’re still great exercise. A University of Colorado Boulder study monitored the cardiovascular health and aerobic capacity of people riding pedelecs, which are the electric-assisted bikes […]
Check out the exciting range of electric bikes from MeloYelo. Our bikes feature name brand componentry (Shimano, Tektro, Samsung), a more natural feeling ride than most other ebikes in this price range, and a 2 year warranty. And, the funds raised benefit our EVolocity electric vehicle programme in high schools.
MeloYelo has just concluded a survey amongst people who have downloaded the free EBike Guide or attended one of our educational workshops. Those who have already purchased ebikes are using their bikes primarily for either leisure riding with family and friends, or commuting to work. 87% of owners say that they are getting more exercise […]
A torque sensor is a type of throttle that determines how much juice to feed the motor based on how hard the rider is pedaling. This is different from a cadence sensor which measures simply how fast you are pedaling. Cheap cadence sensors are what can be found on most pedal assist system (PAS) bikes […]