By LOU FANCHER
Seated in an electric bike and coasting on the Iron Horse Trail, I discover the thrill of the throttle and hidden Harley-Davidson dudehood.
After a stop at Pedego Electric Bikes in Danville where I picked up a City Commuter, I was ready for leather with one twist of the wrist and a mild pedal-assisted push. Burning past casual bikers, effortlessly drafting spandex-clad weekend athletes on skinny-tire racers, my companion and I are as charged as our bikes’ 36 volt 15 amp-hour batteries.
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