Oldjohnw wrote: brynpoeth wrote:
Is this the beginning of the end of cycling?
Centurion of Germany, a purveyor of racing bikes, now only sells bikes with motors, none without
It might be if you're buying a Centurion of Germany. But why would his manufacturer's business decision mean the beginning of the end of cycling?
Because it used to sell only BsMs bikes sans motors, it now sells only completely different products, bouleversement!
Maybe other manufacturers shall do likewise
I am dead lucky, no need for an e-bike, not many hills here or where I shall live in retirement, hope I never need help
Do you envy me?
A new definition of e-bike just occurred to me
Half a boon for the likes of Oldjohnw, Plus One!
Half a business opportunity to use more resources and sell expensive products to young fit people* who do not need them, Minus One
*people with too much money