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Kick Start a Healthier Lifestyle with an Electric Bike from 50cycles

LONDON, December 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

It's been a year of huge triumphs in the world of cycling, especially for our British athletes including Bradley Wiggins, Sir Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton. But cycling doesn't just have to be for the Lycra-wearing, super fit among us. In fact, more and more of us mere mortals are turning to the sport as a way to get out and about during times of austerity and the increasing costs of keeping a car on the road.

But no matter how good your intentions to kick start a fitness regime, getting on a bike can be pretty daunting; where shall I go? What shall I wear? What do I need to take? What if I'm not fit enough?

An electric bike from 50cycles takes way all of the fears of cycling. For people of size who want to take fitness one step at a time, the electric bike allows you to do as much or as little as you want. There's no worrying about hills and difficult terrain, or not having enough puff to keep up with other riders - an electric bike gives you the confidence to go further, explore more and maintain a sustainable fitness regime.

Although you might not come back drenched in sweat or 1,000 calories lighter, you will definitely be far more inclined to keep it up. The regular, steady rhythm of the pedaling increases your heart rate and gives you a more consistent aerobic workout. Cycling for an extra 30 minutes each day, combined with a good diet, can achieve substantial and sustainable weight loss. Electric bikes offer an easy, low-impact option to people of size, and in a country like the UK, where obesity is verging on epidemic levels, they provide a simple way to incorporate exercise into a daily routine.

At 50cycles you can chose from an extensive range of bikes to suit all budgets. An expert will help you to decide which size and style fits your needs, and explain everything you need to know about getting back on track to a healthier lifestyle.

For further information or to book a test ride please contact us via the website 50cycles.com.

50cycles Electric Bicycles
63 High Street
Hampton Wick
KT1 4DG

SOURCE 50cycles.com

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