I hate Lance Armstrong.
That wasn’t so hard…
I’ve now both pleased AND displeased every cycling fan.
(That’s 100% success in my book.)
Now that we have that out of the way, let’s talk about something equally controversial.
Some people love ’em, some people hate ’em.
And some people don’t care what you’re riding, they’ll still run you off the road with their car.
Regardless of where you fall on the Lance-love spectrum, every biker should see this new Kickstarter e-bike conversion kit.
Kickstarter Review – PikaBoost E-Bike Conversion Kit
Riding your bike to work is great.
You’ll arrive with fresh air in your lungs and a pep in your step.
You’ll be drenched in sweat.
(No surprise: sitting next to Marcus from accounting isn’t much fun with pit stains the size of Saturn’s rings.)
Get a sweat-saving boost from PikaBoost.
Kickstarter Features: PikaBoost E-Bike Conversion Kit
Unlike traditional e-bikes that are expensive, bulky, and weigh more than your average hippopotamus…
PikaBoost offers a lightweight and affordable alternative that works with your CURRENT bike.
Its tool-free installation takes less than 30 seconds.
Simply slide PikaBoost between your seat post and rear wheel, and you’ll have access to a glorious power boost whenever you need it.
Ride over a pothole?
You’re in trouble because PikaBoost will likely fly off…
Of course, the team behind PikaBoost designed it to stay firmly in place during your entire ride.
PikaBoost E-Bike Conversion Kit: What’s the range?
That’s the $1 million question:
What is PikaBoost’s range?
E-bike conversion kits are useless if they can only take you around the block and back.
Fully charged, PikaBoost’s range is an impressive 18 miles.
If your commute is longer than that, I’d suggest a different mode of wheeled transportation:
How does something so light and portable offer so much power?
(Yup, the same technology used in hybrid cars.)
How much is the PikaBoost E-Bike Kit on Kickstarter?
Most popular e-bikes cost $2,500+.
But as you know, PikaBoost isn’t a full e-bike.
It works WITH your current bike to give you a consistent boost when you need it.
So it’s more affordable than traditional e-bikes.
(A LOT more affordable.)
For now, PikaBoost has a limited number of early birds remaining on Kickstarter for just $299.
That’s a ridiculous value for a product that will completely change the way you use your bike.
If you want to solely rely on your glutes of steel to get where you need to go, you may want to skip this e-bike conversion kit.
But if you’re looking for an added boost from your current bike, you won’t find a more affordable option that’s this easy to install.