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Sparks and Snow Flying

by Josh Lipton

An interesting perspective through the shop window of Stuart grinding a railing, creating a bold plume of sparks.

And our demo A2B Metro E-Bike poised for an electric bike commute in the slushy spring conditions we are having this week in Flagstaff. The A2B Metro handled well in the slippery conditions though with how wet the roads were with slush and the forward position of the pedals, by the time I made it in to work my pants and shoes were soaked. I will need to test this more in regular rain conditions.

The Bar Mitts were definitely appreciated on this wet cold commute. My favorite combo of a commuting specific pannier on one side and a touring pannier on the other side (a RackTime WorkIt and a Lone Peak P-400) worked well on the A2B bike rack.

 
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