An e-bike under the tree
The year 2020 will undoubtedly bring us a different Christmas, more collected, less chaotic than other years. The health situation we are experiencing limits the gathering but somehow allows us to enjoy family more intensely.
Regardless of what will be the new and perhaps somewhat anomalous ways in which we celebrate the holidays, Christmas is still that time of year when we want to reach the hearts of the people we love.
At this exact time of year, the stress of buying the perfect gift is just around the corner.
It can be quite easy to fall into the trap of impulsive buying, we are talking about those gifts of little originality that almost every year we find ourselves unwrapping without enthusiasm and that we accumulate at home because they have almost no use. So, instead of falling back on mugs, socks and scarves, we could turn to something much more practical, useful and above all sustainable. By giving a conscious and intelligent gift, we will be thinking of the people we love but also of the environment.
The electric bicycle becomes the perfect ethical gift to celebrate Christmas in an original and loving way, without falling into the trap of consumerism and without contributing to poisoning our planet with the immoderate use of fuels.
Trends speak for themselves: the bicycle is an evergreen. Getting around the city or taking a walk in the countryside on a bike is a gesture that will never die and that we will rediscover more and more with time. Design, functionality and attention to detail make e-bikes trendy means of transport that truly accompany us in our everyday lives. They are a new generation of bicycles that, thanks to an electric motor, aid pedalling without eliminating it altogether, allowing us to exercise without excessive effort.
Giving something to change our old habits is a very good New Year's resolution. All that remains for us to do is to enthusiastically embrace new ideas and imagine a daily routine geared towards a healthy and highly eco-friendly lifestyle.
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