ProdecoTech Stride 500 Bike
An Easy Get-Around
By Joseph Garnett, Jr.
August 5, 2015
Enjoying a nice bicycle ride through a luxury resort, like the one here at Lazydays in Tampa, or where ever an RVer has decided to spend the weekend or summer months, can be exciting while experiencing the scenery,
fresh air and different kinds of nature along the way. All along, it can escape a person’s mind of just how far they have ridden.
Usually when it’s time to reverse the route and head back to camp, most people realize just how far they have ridden. This realization is usually accompanied by thoughts retracing what was seen along the way.
Sometimes, many bikers already know how far they want to travel. Often, they question whether they have the stamina to make it the entire distance without being totally exhausted once they have returned.
The ProdecoTech motorized bike may just be the answer to many cyclists wishes. The bike has eight speeds and allows the rider to pedal it like a normal bicycle, use the help of its motor or travel completely motorized. The bike’s 500-amp motor reaches a speed of around 20 mph when in high gear. Its Samsun lithium ion battery will hold a charge for about 30 miles and even longer if the rider is pedaling.
Lazydays parts manager Kurt Beachler says the popular bike in the Lazydays Tampa RV Parts & Accessories store is the step-through Stride and step-through Stride 500. The bikes come in black, silver and white.
Beachler says most couples have bought two of the bikes after buying the first, because the ProdecoTech performs well and provides more ease than a regular bike. Often, the second person can’t keep up. So, a second bike is necessary to enjoy a fun-filled ride.
“After experiencing the power boost of acceleration with the twist of a knob, usually the reaction is so much fun,” Beachler says. “They want a second bike.”
The ProdecoTech takes away the worry about the travelling distance. The bike also makes it easier to get some exercise while taking in the great outdoors. Its off-road tires also handle riding on all types of terrain like sandy park trails, grass and sidewalks. Other regular accessories can be added to the bike with just a visit to your nearest cycling shop.
So, when the outdoors call a rider’s name, the Miami-built ProdecoTech motorized bike, will help getting around easier and more enjoyable.
Stop in today and give the ProdecoTech Stride 500 a ride around the lot at the Lazydays RV Parts & Accessories stores in Tampa and Tucscon. ‘Amazed’ will be the word that comes to mind instantly.
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