Sales of electric bicycles are growing in Sacramento County bike shops

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Sales of electric bicycles are growing in Sacramento County bike shops



GULSTAN: EL WL TODAY broke another painful record. THESE ON GAS INCREASE TO GROW. ANDREAT: It hurts, doesn’t it? FOR THE FIRST TIME ON WEDNESDAY, SHE REACHED 6 DOLLARS ON YEAR AGO. YOU CAN SCAN THE QR CODE AT THE BOTTOM OF YOUR SCREEN RIGHT NOW TO GET THESE GAS PRICES FOR THE DISTRICT IN WHICH YOU LIVE. GULSTAN: TODAY THE AVERAGE STATE WAS 6.05 DOLLARS, AND YOU SEE A JUMP AT MINU MOH.NT COMPARE WHERE WE ARE TODAY WITH WHERE WE WERE DOLA YEAR AGO, AND THE PRICES ARE 4 YEARS 4 AND S4 S4 AND 4. SINCE $ 4 YEARS AGO I REACHED $ 5 JUST A FEW MONTHS THERE. ANDREO: OW N6. $ SOME EXPERTS EXPECTED THAT HE WOULD RISE HIGHER, SAYING $ 7 IS NOT OUT OF CUSTOMS. GULSTAN: SOME PEOPLE SOME GAS EXPORT PRICES ARE LOOKING FOR ANOTHER SET OF WHEELS, INCLUDING ELECTRIC BIKES. LISY MITER from KCRA 3 spoke to ONE LOCAL OWNER OF ELECTRONIC BICYCLES WHO SEE SEVERAL SOANGRA SALES. >> Reporter: WHEN ALL THE DEPARTMENTS WILL PREPARE – >> BECAUSE I DON’T WANT CABRIES TO PICK HER IN THE EYES. CORRESPONDER: THEY SIT WITH THE HEADS ON THE E-BIKE, TAKE HIM TO WORK TWICE OR THREE TIMES. SHE GOT E-BIKES LAST AUTUMN, RFO ONE, THEY’RE JUST HAPPY. LOOK HOW HAPPY ABYA. >> IT WAS ALSO GAS PRIS.CE I DON’T HAVE FRAMES TO BE ANY MORE, YOU KNOW ENVIRONMENTALLY EVERY TIME THAT I CAN DO WHEN I GET TO WORK. >> Reporter: Gas prices are breaking records. WEIGHTS 6 DOLLARS PER GALON ON CALIFORNIA AVERAGE. IN ABOUT 20 MINUTES SHE CAN WORK ON FOLSOM E-BIKE, SHE GOVERNES BUSINESS AND SAYS SELLING ELECTRONIC BIKES OUT OF CHARTS. >> WE WERE LITERALLY ONLY IN NUMBERS AND THE GROWTH IN THE TWO LAST YEARS OF OUR SHOPS WAS ONLY 232%. >> THE REPORTER: THEY SELL MORE ELECTRIC BIKES THAN ANY OTHER KIND OF ELECTRONIC BIKE. I >> THINK COVID, SIGNIFICANTLY, HELPED IN OUT TO TAKE PEOPLE OUT ON THE STREET AND UNDERSTAND WHAT KINDS OF TRANSPORT YOU USE TO GET TWID. CORRESPONTER: THE SACRAMENT’S TRADITIONAL TRENDS SEE GREAT BUSINESS. >> Oh, SECOND, ABOUT SIX MONTHS OF THAT, BICYCLES BEGIN TO PUT ETH, YOU IMMEDIATELY START SELLING. Reporter: ERIN ACE SOMEONE COMES TO COME TO TAKE THEM ONCE A DAY, SO HOW TO EXPAND TO DISTRIBUTE ELECTRIC BIKES, STORES ARE ASKED TO GO. >> THEY SELL ELECTRIC BICYCLES IN FMRO PRICES FROM $ 2,000 TO $ 4,000. IN FOLSOM, LYSEE MITRI, KCRA 3 NEWS. GULSTAN: YOUR HORSES ARE INTERESTED IN E-BICYCLES, YOU HAVE LOOKED AT THE GOOGLE SEARCH TRENDS NOW. THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE LOOKING FOR GOOGLE BIKES IN CALIFORNIA DIDN’T START SAYING AFTER MARCH 2020.

Sales of electric bicycles are growing in Sacramento County bike shops


According to bicycle shop owners in Sacramento County, sales of electric bicycles are growing. Erin Gorel, owner of Folsom Bike, said growth from two of its stores in Folsom and El Dorado Hills was 232%. It sells other types of bikes, but it sells electronic bikes more than any other type of bike. “I think COVID has definitely helped bring people out into the streets and understand what modes of transport they can take to the streets,” Gorel said. In addition, rising gas prices are breaking records. The average price of a gallon of unleaded conventional gas reached $ 6.05 on Wednesday in California, the AAA reported. Aaron Weston, general manager of The Bicycle Business in Sacramento, said he tries to ride a bike to work about two to three days a week to cut gas costs. He drives from his home in Rancho Cordoba. “I need about 10-12 gallons a week to get to work, and so if I could refuel my car only every two weeks, it would be a significant savings for me,” – Weston’s growing interest in e-bikes is even reflected in trends Google search. Over the past five years, the number of people searching for an “electronic bike” at Google in California has begun to grow since March 2020.

According to bicycle shop owners in Sacramento County, sales of electric bicycles are growing.

Erin Gorel, owner of Folsom Bike, said growth from two of its stores in Folsom and El Dorado Hills was 232%. It sells other types of bikes, but it sells electronic bikes more than any other type of bike.

“I think COVID has definitely helped bring people out into the streets and understand what modes of transport they can take to the streets,” Gorel said.

In addition, rising gas prices are breaking records. The average price of a gallon of conventional unleaded gas reached $ 6.05 on Wednesday in California, the AAA reported.

Aaron Weston, general manager of The Bicycle Business in Sacramento, said he tries to ride his bike to work about two to three days a week to cut gas costs. He drives from his home in Rancho Cordoba.

“I need 10 to 12 gallons a week to commute to work, and so if I could refuel my car only every two weeks, it would be a significant savings for me,” Weston said.

The growing interest in e-bikes is even reflected in Google search trends. Over the past five years, the number of people searching for an “electronic bike” at Google in California has begun to grow since March 2020.

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