Seattle E-Bike Teams Up With Starbucks

 

The Seattle E-Bike team is very excited to announce that we have teamed up with Starbucks! This Wednesday, June 8, 2016 we made our debut outside the Starbucks World Headquarters. We have made an agreement with Starbucks to offer free e-bike test rides right outside their front door. Every Wednesday and Friday from 11:00am- 1:00pm, the team will be out there showcasing the various electric bike lines that we have to offer.

Whether you are a Starbucks employee, on a lunch break in the area, or thinking of electric bikes but don't know what to expect, come down for a free test ride! It has never been easier to get a feel for an electric bike, get more information on any bikes we have on display, or to make an appointment to try any bike we have in store. 

Stay up-to-date with our Twitter to find out what bikes we are showing for the day!

Note: We will be closed Friday, June 9, 2016 for a team building exercise, but you can find us at Starbucks next Wednesday, June 15, 2016.

Details about the photo displayed: The Blix Vika, one of the three electric bikes that we showcased at the Starbucks World Headquarters on June 8, 2016.

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Batman Bikeboard Private Reveal!

Don't miss out on the redesigned Conway Bikeboard's! Four companies competed against each other by building their own model with the Conway Bikeboard. Last weekend, all four companies presented their new designs with a private Grand Reveal in Spanaway, Washington at the Puget Sound Go Kart Association. After the private Grand Reveal, the four designs competed against each other in three challenges. The three challenges were unknown to everyone until the reveal. 

Challenge #1: Agility:Each team had to ride down a 30-yard stretch of the track. The challenge though, was that every 10-yards, the team had to weave in and out of cones. For every cone that the team avoided the team earned 1 point and any cones knocked down deducted team points.
After each team weaved their way through the tricky cones, one winner stood. The Conway Bikeboard team.

Challenge #1 Results: Conway- 20 points, Seattle E-Bike-0, Garage Asylum-0, Huff Motorsports-0

Challenge #2: Short Distance Speed Race with an awkward item attached to the rider. The fastest team down the 30-yard straight shot would win 20 points. Each team had to draw a card and that card coordinated with a prop they needed to attach to their bike. Garage Asylum ended up with large, stuffed soccer balls. Huff sports had to drag a parachute. Conway Bikeboards had to tow a two-wheeled skateboard with an additional weight on top. Seattle E-Bike had to wear a purple kids backpack. With all the objects in tow, each bike raced down the 30-yard straight shot. Riding furiously forward. The first to fall victim to their towable item was the Conway Bikeboard team; the weight fell off of their skateboard and therefore disqualified them. The rest of the bikes continued on and the purple kids backpack passed the finish line first.

Challenge #2 Results: Seattle E-Bike- 20 points. Conway Bikeboards- 20 points. Garage Asylum- 0 points. Huff Motorsports- 0 points. 

Challenge #3: A Race Around the Go Kart Track. The teams had to race around the entire Puget Sound Go Kart Association track twice. However it is a lot easier said than done. The track had some hills and sharp twists and turns that provided a challenge for all the racers. The race was well-fought and quite entertaining to watch. Each team did great! At the end of the two laps, the rankings were as follows.

Challenge #3 Results: Seattle E-Bike- 40 points. Conway Bikeboards- 20 points. Garage Asylum- 0 points. Huff Motorsports- 0 points.

The Seattle E-Bike team is in the lead with just one Challenge of the Conway Bikeboard Build Off Challenge left and it requires all of your support! 

Challenge #4 Best Bikeboard Build: All the teams of the Conway Bikeboard Build Off Challenge will be revealing them privately at the Pioneer Square First Thursday Art Walk tonight! The next time you can catch all the bikes will be at the Waterline Festival-Wheels and Keels-Car, Motorcycle, Wooden Boat Festival at Des Moines Marina July 24, 2016! Come out to see all the awesome bikes that the teams have built and vote on your favorite bike! The team with the most votes will earn 50 points. At this point in the competition, anyone could win it!

To check out more details like pictures and videos, go to our Facebook page! 

The "Original" Conway Bikeboard

WHO IS COMPETING? 

VS.

VS.

VS.

TONIGHT IS THE PUBLIC GRAND REVEAL!!!

Come check out bikes that have electric motors, custom design fenders, motorized hubs, flame throwers, 

 

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Viaduct Closures: Why not Bike to Work?

WARNING!!!
The viaduct will be closed THIS FRIDAY for TWO WEEKS! 
How inconvenient? Yes, inconvenience are most worst fears.... but why not ride your bike or electric bike (e-bike) instead?

With the viaduct being closed for a few weeks of course congestion will happen in alternative routes, doesn't it already? Why not save yourself time, money, hassle and just drive to work?

You'll help the environment :) GO GREEN!!!

 

Local news in Seattle have a few suggestions on alternative routes. 

SEATTLE -- Transportation leaders throughout the city of Seattle have been working for many months on finding alternate transportation options for drivers during the upcoming two-week Alaskan Way Viaduct closure which begins April 29.

Metro Transit will re-route 12 bus routes that normally travel the viaduct through downtown and SODO. They want riders to expect delays throughout the system, but they also want them to know that they are doing everything they can to make sure the delays are as small as possible.

“When we’re re-routing 12 bus routes off the viaduct we’re also putting into play 22 operator assignments throughout the day. That means that those bus routes that face delays. We’re going to be able to put in standby buses to help maintain the schedule so we can help maintain the reliability as best we can even in the face of major traffic delays,” Metro spokesperson Jeff Switzer said.

Metro Transit also offers 1,500 volunteer vanpools and they hope you consider taking one of those as well.

“In places where those van pools have an extra seat we’re asking those riders to check in with co-workers, check in with neighbors to see, ‘Hey, do you want to have a free ride during the closure?’ and if we can fill those seats that’s going to take a couple cars off the road, maybe a couple dozen, maybe a couple hundred,” Switzer said. “If you go into this closure with a plan for your commute you’re going to be way better off. You’re going to be calmer. You’re going to feel more confident about how you get through the system. There’s going to be delays throughout the system no matter where you’re coming from, you should pad your schedule and bring patience to the table.”

Water Taxi leaders have also prepared for the viaduct closure. They will be adding sailings from Vashon Island and adding parking for those who want to take the route from West Seattle.

Water Taxi is adding five additional round trips during the closure on the 22-minute commute from Vashon Island to Seattle. On the 10-minute commute from West Seattle, Water Taxi will add more than 300 additional parking spots on the West Seattle side. Also, they plan to run a shuttle along the street with additional parking to pick up any travelers who may be interested in a ride. If you opt to take the Water Taxi you can pay with cash, credit card, or Orca Card.

If you have additional questions about the specifics of the changes, you can find more information online at 99closure.org.

We also have full coverage of the viaduct closure and its effects on KING5.com, the KING 5 App and Seattle Traffic App.

Copyright 2016 KING http://www.king5.com/news/local/viaduct-news/alternate-transportation-during-viaduct-closure/152726401

Widespread traffic gridlock expected as Alaskan Way Viaduct closes next Friday for Bertha dig

SEATTLE -- Next Friday, the Alaskan Way Viaduct will close for two weeks so Bertha can dig a tunnel only 15 feet below the foundation -- the closest the machine will come to any structure.

When the huge machine crosses under Alaskan Way and Yesler Way, people may not feel the vibrations from the dig but many are likely to feel the pain of the resulting traffic gridlock.

“It`s not going to be pretty,” commuter Tammie Burks said.

Commute Seattle, along with the Washington State Department of Transportation, handed out brochures Friday encouraging companies and employees to change work hours.

“If you don't have the ability to flex your hours, one great option, at least in the evening, is to stay downtown go to happy hour,” said Jessica Szelag, executive director of Commute Seattle, an organization supported by the Downtown Transportation Alliance.

During a 2011 viaduct closure, the morning commute started two hours early, at 4 a.m., and lasted until 10 a.m. Going home, traffic built up as early as 2 p.m. and stayed congested until 8 p.m.

And don`t think you`ll only feel it in Seattle. The gridlock will likely stretch up and down Interstate 5, I-405 and the bridges between Seattle and the Eastside.

“It`s the one safe route, to take the train,” Burks said.

About 90,000 cars use the viaduct each day. As tough as it will be on traffic, WSDOT said, they need to shut it down so they can monitor the structure as Bertha passes underneath.

“It’s the most analyzed, most inspected structure in all of Washington state. We have a very good handle on it, we can monitor it to a millimeter worth of movement,” David Sowers of WSDOT said.

And the engineers have shored up the viaduct with underground pilings, vertical steel beams and carbon fiber to make sure nothing will go wrong.

WSDOT said they don`t see the need to bar ground traffic from the area underneath the viaduct during Bertha's dig. They believe it`s safe and will only create more chaos by restricting traffic.

Engineers say they are confident Bertha will not get stuck under the viaduct. If something does go wrong WSDOT says, they plan to keep the viaduct closed to traffic until Bertha can dig 350 feet to the other side.

http://q13fox.com/2016/04/22/widespread-traffic-gridlock-expected-in-western-washington-when-bertha-digs-underneath-viaduct/

On Friday, April 29, the Alaskan Way Viaduct is closing for two weeks while Bertha digs her tunnel underneath it. That's going to displace roughly 90,000 vehicles/day that use the major Seattle artery, so you better believe everyone in the region is pulling out all the stops to cot down on traffic, delays, and disruptions this is going to cause.

Depending on how you commute and where you work, there's surely some kind of help that you should take advantage of.

Bus

If you take King County Metro transit, know that the 12 buses that use the viaduct as part of their route are being re-routed. Because those buses will now move through Downtown and SoDo, expect some delays. However, they're also putting a bunch of standby buses on alert to make up for that.

Metro recommends trying to take the bus earlier in the morning than you usually do and later in the day than you usually do on your commute. Doing so ensures you're more likely to get home without sitting in delays.

Train

If you're traveling into Seattle from the south and you've never taken the Link light rail for some weird reason, you should totally try it next week. Your route might be a little different and you might have to do a little more walking then you're used to but the ride is pretty smooth and you'll be helping to eliminate one more car from whatever hellish traffic awaits us all. Now that the line runs all the way up to Capitol Hill and UW, there's even more reason to give it a go.

If you're traveling into Seattle from the north, find your nearest Sounder Train station. It starts up in Everett and stops in Mukilteo and Edmonds en route to Seattle. There are four trips into town in the morning and four back north in the evening. Who knows, you might decide this is the way to go instead of sitting in traffic every day.

Water Taxi

 

King County Water Taxi is adding extra trips to and from Vashon Island to Colman Dock over the closure. There will be additional parking at Pier 2 in West Seattle for the water taxi’s new, larger-capacity boat, complete with shuttle service. They will be adding sailings from Vashon Island. There are worse ways to commute, you know...

Ferries

Colman Dock will remain open to vehicles and pedestrians during the closure but it's going to have major traffic impacts, including increased congestion. Ferry commuters are advised to adjust travel schedules to avoid the heaviest traffic and to walk aboard instead of driving if possible.

RideShare

Metro Transit has 1,500 volunteer vanpools on the road and they're hoping you use this chance to try one out. You can also coordinate a RideShare of your own.

Cycling

Talk about the perfect time to give bike commuting a try. Check out Seattle's bike commuter amenities map to help you figure out your route, where to lock up your bike, and where you can find special stopping spots along the way. Or see if there's a Pronto Cycle Share station near where you live and give that a whirl.If you're concerned about car traffic, well, it's going to be at a standstill all week, so it's probably the best time possible to bike it in the middle of Seattle.

Stay Later If You Can

We know, you don't want to spend all day at the office, but if it makes life easier to stay longer, it could be a win-win. Urban Renassaince Group announced this week that they're extending building hours in their nine office buildings across downtown Seattle in order to help. Operating hours for their buildings will extend from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and will continue until the viaduct reopens. Those places include Columbia Tower & Columbia House, 1600 Seventh Avenue Building, Second and Seneca Building, 1101 Second Avenue Building, 2200 First Building, Plaza 600 Building, Joshua Green Building and Seattle Tower.

http://seattle.curbed.com/2016/4/26/11512756/alaskan-way-viaduct-closure-commute-alternatives-bus-train-bike

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Seattle Installs Speed Bumps To Slow Speedy Bicyclists...

SEATTLE -"Speed bumps are being installed on Seattle's Second Avenue bike lane in an effort to slow speeding bicyclists.

The busy downtown area has a steady mix of pedestrians, hotel entrances and parking garage driveways.

But, workers say too many bicyclists are going too fast through the area.

A series of four speed bumps will be added to the bike lane. Crews are also installing more than 150 planter boxes to help separate the bike and parking lanes.

A city traffic engineer says the speed bumps will help create well-marked passenger load zones.

The new speed bumps and planters are expected to be in place by mid-April."

www.komonews.com 

Click here to see the video.

 

 

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Spring Sale Tune-Ups for All Bike Types!

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Seattle Bike Show, Fashion Show, Artwalk... Let's party!

Our last art walk ended up being a big hit!

Our live artist, Joshua Boulet, made his art debut in-store while folks enjoyed watching and sipping the vino and grubbing on healthy snacks. Boulet has been featured on the front cover of the Seattle Weekly numerous times specializing mostly in black and white, combining brush pen with a tricked-out Pilot pen he refills manually with Dr. Ph. Martin Black India ink. His work has wonderful detail, a distinct graphic-novel style and storytelling flavor. An additional mystery guest artist will be joining us for the first time as well! 
Read more about Joshua from our blog
If you didn't make it out to the last one, then you should this time since we will be welcoming Mr. Boulet once again! For those that have never made it out to the monthly event, click here: Pioneer Square's First Thursday Art Walk!

PLEASE NOTE: We are CLOSED on Thursday until our Art Walk event at 5:00 PM in preparation for the Seattle Bike Show. We will be accepting appointments if made in advance.

You may email us at: info@electricbikeseattle.com or call us to arrange a time. 


FREE PARKING is available from 5-10pm Thursday evening at a few garages in the area! For more details, follow this link: http://bit.ly/1TParkFree
 

March 5th and 6th at the Century Link Event Center


Saturday, March 5th: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday, March 6th: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Seattle Bike Show features the best of biking – no matter your destination – with more than 125 exhibitors, a stand out line-up of speakers & presenters – and it is a great way to support the biking community of our region. This is your once-a-year chance to see the entire biking community under one roof.

We will be there and we hope you will be as well! We are excited to show everyone what we've been up to and are working diligently to making sure this event is better than ever. 
 

SEATTLE E-BIKE FASHION SHOW || March 5th || 12:30pm - 1:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


See some awesome bike-friendly clothing go down the runway at the annual Seattle Bike Show on Saturday, March 5th, along with some of the most innovative meets cool-factor bikes and electric bikes. We will also be allowing folks to take a spin on some of our e-bike favorites on the test track built inside the show. If interested in trying out, find us at the booth and we will set you up on one!

Thank you to our following Sponsors of the Fashion Show:

**Part of the proceeds from the show will be going towards Bikes for Little Buddies, a non-profit organization that specializes in finding bikes for underprivileged children and youth groups.**
 
SHOW BONUS: 
Every attendee to the Seattle Bike Show gets FREE admission to the Travel, Adventure, Gear Expo and the Seattle Golf & Travel Show - all part of the Northwest Outdoor Recreation Festival
Adults ($12 + $1.34 Convenience Fee)
Youth (17 & under) Free

GET YOUR TICKETS ONLINE NOW. CLICK HERE!

WHAT'S COMING TO THE SHOW...
NEW HOURS! 
Starting next weekend, we will now be OPEN on Sundays and throughout the Summer from 12:00pm - 5:00pm. 
 

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Bike Swap This SUNDAY!

Seattle E-Bike will be participating in the Seattle Bike Swap going on this Sunday and we would love for you to ride through! This is a great opportunity to get parts and bikes for super cheap! We will be practically giving away a bunch of brand new parts that have been lying around in our shop for a while. We will also have a few bikes and electric bikes there so if you are looking for a sweet deal, this may be your last answer before the weather gets better! TAKE ADVANTAGE people!

See below for more deets:

SEATTLE BIKE SWAP

Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.

SEATTLE CENTER EXHIBITION HALL

225 MERCER ST, SEATTLE WA

The Swap:  

The Seattle Bike Swap is a bike bargain hunter’s paradise. This huge bike garage sale will have great deals on new and used bike related goods of all types and sizes. Most sellers are cash only but some may take cards. This sale is one day only so don’t miss it!

Admission (cash only):   

  • Adult Entry:  9 a.m. - 1 p.m. - $5 members, $7 non members (sold morning of the Swap)
  • Free entry hour: 1 - 2 p.m. 
  • Kids 15 and under are free all day!
  • Premium Early Entry: 8 a.m. - $20. Advance Premium tickets are available online from Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016, 10 a.m. until Thursday, Feb. 11 noon (link to purchase is listed at top of page), tickets will also be available at the door beginning at 8 a.m.

Consignment:

If you have a complete bike you want to sell but don't want to rent a sellers space, we offer consignment. We will try to sell your bike for you for a fee ($10 plus 10% of the selling price).  If you’re looking for top dollar on your bike, this option may not be for you. Bikes are priced to move. Consigmment bikes are sold for cash only.

To sell your bike on consignment:

  • Bring your bike to the swap between 8 - 8:30 a.m. Please use the front entrance.
  • Complete a form and pay $10 per bike (includes one entry for the seller into the swap).
  • Return by 2 p.m. that same day, and we will give you your cut of the proceeds (or your bike, should it not sell).  

It's really that simple. All proceeds will benefit Cascade's Major Taylor Project.

If you have a complete bike you would like to donate to the Major Taylor Project to sell at the swap, please contact Rich Brown richb@cascade.org to make arrangements.

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Seattle E-Bike's Open House TOMORROW! Plus more!

Tomorrow is the first Thursday of February and you know what that means...

::Drumroll::
 

It is time to enjoy your week with a little vino, snacks, fun beats, and surround yourself with the coolest rides in town!

If you haven't stopped by since 2016 happened, then you should! We gave our shop a little makeover to present our electric bicycles as more of an e-bike gallery, hence our indefinite involvement with Pioneer Square's First Thursday Art Walk!

We happen to be making this one extra special and already have a good crowd coming so it should be pretty poppin'! One of the reasons why we are making it so special is we will have a live artist during the event. Say What?! 
Joshua Boulet is a comic book artist, illustrator and sketcher originally from Texas. Boulet works mostly in black and white, combining brush pen with a tricked-out Pilot pen he refills manually with Dr. Ph. Martin Black India ink. His work has wonderful detail, a distinct graphic-novel style and storytelling flavor. It is certain to inspire comic book artists and sketchers interested in drawing live events. The 130-page book, Draw Occupy Wall Street, a graphic memoir he inked while living at Zuccoti Park, is the epicenter of the Occupy movement in New York City. See some of his work below:
We are excited to see what he draws up at our location!
While having some fun with us, we also wanted to note that you have the opportunity to help a child by gifting them a bike that their families can't afford. Seattle E-Bike has formed and approved 501 (C)(3) charity "Bikes for little Buddies" charity foundation and will be collecting donations for them. Every child should have the opportunity to ride a bike so help us help those little buddies out there ride!
Don't forget we have some amazing deals on a few of our 2015 models we still have left - not too many to choose from but if you are looking for a smacking deal, we got you!

FREE PARKING is available from 5-10pm tomorrow at a few garages in the area! For more details, follow this link: http://bit.ly/1TParkFree

March 5th and 6th at the Century Link Event Center


We will be there and we hope you will be as well! We are excited to show everyone what we've been up to, as well as debuting a highly-anticipated e-bike! Stay tuned for more details!

For tickets, you can swing by our location to pick them up.

 
SHOW BONUS: 
Every attendee at the Seattle Bike Show gets FREE admission to the Travel, Adventure, Gear Expo and the Seattle Golf & Travel Show - all part of the Northwest Outdoor Recreation Festival
Adults ($12 + $1.34 Convenience Fee)
Youth (17 & under) Free

WHAT'S COMING TO THE SHOW...

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Fire Sale Pricing List :

Dear Seattle E-Bike Customer:

You may have heard or read that we are having THE biggest sale since we've opened.  It is both a clearance and a sale of the bikes that were involved in the fire.  Most of those bikes just had to have soot wiped off of them and are perfect and new. Still, we don’t feel right charging full price and are reducing them to 10% or more with full warranty coverage. Bikes that were hit by sprinkler water have been reduced 20% or more. We are also having a sale on all accessories 10% to 70%. Below is a list of what is available as of this morning. 

Come in and trade up or buy a bike for a loved one!! This sale is going on through Sunday only!

Bike Name

MSRP

Discount

Stealth Bomber

$10,800.00

30%

Johnny Loco Coupe Kid Carrier (White)

$2,999.00

25%

Johnny Loco Coupe Kid Carrier (Black)

$2,999.00

25%

Johnny Loco Messenger (Cream)

$899.00

25%

Prodeco Mariner 7

$1,399.00

25%

Lampociclo eRad 750w (Gloss pastel green)

$4,399.00

20%

Lampociclo 250w (Matte pastel green)

$3,999.00

20%

Lampociclo eRad 750w (Rustic silver)

$4,399.00

20%

Cicli Blume Fuxia Fixed Gear

$899.00

20%

Cicli Blume Fixed Gear (Red, white and blue)

$899.00

20%

Cicli Blume Countrywoman Cruiser (Lt. blue)

$1,599.00

15%

Cicli Blume Countryman Cruiser (Cream)

$1,599.00

15%

Cicli Blume Road Bike (Yellow)

$1,399.00

15%

Velix Speed700 (Red)

$4,499.00

10%

TNA Small Folding e-bike (White)

$899.00

20%

Prodeco Phantom X2

$1,499.00

20%

IZIP e3 Zuma, Standard Frame, Size L (Grey w/ blue)

$2,550.00

10%

IZIP e3 Zuma, Step-through Frame (White w/ red)

$2,550.00

10%

Worksman Mover Trike (Black)

$1,299.00

20%

Worksman Mover Trike (Blue)

$1,499.00

20%

HPC Full Suspension 1500w, 13AH (Black)

$4,499.00

20%

Vanmoof Electrified, 250w (Cream)

$2,998.00

20%

Ti Trike 250

$5,595.00

20%

Ace Red Motor E-bike

$4,499.00

25%

Ace Red Motor E-bike

$4,499.00

25%

Emazing DaedalusPV, Size XL (Black)

$1,599.00

10%

Volcanic Red w/500w Falco eMotor kit

$3,859.00

10%

IZIP e3 SUMO Fat Electric Bike, Size L

$3,999.00

10%

IZIP e3 Compact Folding Bike (Black)

$1,599.00

15%

IZIP e3 Metro Cargo/Utilitarian e-bike (Black w/ turquoise)

$2,950.00

10%

IZIP e3 Metro Cargo/Utilitarian e-bike (Black w/ turquoise)

$2,950.00

10%

IZIP 2014 e3 Peak, Size M (Black w/ green)

$3,000.00

20%

IZIP 2015 e3 Peak, Size M (Black w/ yellow)

$3,100.00

10%

Focus Jarifa, Size S (Black w/ green)

$3,899.00

10%

Focus Aventura 2.0, Size S (Grey)

$3,799.00

10%

eProdigy Whistler, Size S (Black)

$2,499.00

20%

Polaris Course, Semi-stepthrough (White)

$2,999.00

25%

Polaris Rail, Semi-stepthrough (Cream w/ bwn leather)

$2,499.00

25%

Polaris Rail, Standard frame (Charcoal)

$2,499.00

25%

Polaris Rail, Standard frame (Charcoal)

$2,499.00

25%

Polaris Aapex, Semi-stepthrough (Red)

$2,999.00

25%

Fat Sand Bike Cruiser II, 17” Frame (Orange)

$699.00

30%

Fat Sand Bike Cruiser II, 17” Frame (Orange)

$699.00

35%

Fat Sand Bike Cruiser II, 17” Frame (Orange)

$699.00

30%

Fat Sand Bike Cruiser II, 17” Frame (Orange)

$699.00

30%

Fat Sand E-Monster, 1500w,  15” Frame (Yellow)

$3,495.00

35%

Fat Sand Bike Cruiser II, 17” Frame (Black)

$699.00

30%

Fat Sand Bike Terrain Destroyer ADULT, 19” Frame (Green)

$1,299.00

35%

Fat Sand Bike KIDS Terrain Destroyer, Tiny (Black)

$179.00

50%

Fat Sand Bike KIDS Terrain Destroyer, Tiny (Pink)

$179.00

50%

Accessories: Ranging from 10% to as much as 70% off!

 

10-70%

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NEW Spring/Summer Hours!

Ask and you shall receive! Though we like to still consider Mondays as our Fun-Day, we have opened up our doors for Sunday, allowing all week day workers more time to come in on their spare weekend hours! 

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: 11-6

Wednesday: 11-6

Thursday: 11-6

Friday: 11-6

Saturday: 10-5

Sunday: 12-5

Call us today to set up an appointment to test ride your favorite ebike or just stop in and we will be happy to assist you! (206) 344-8000 or info@electricbikeseattle.com

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