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I'd like to convert one of my bikes to an ebike. Don't want to do it myself, so looking for recommendations on people/shops that are willing to do the work. Not much showed up in a search. Thanks!

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I want to do the same one day. One local place whose website I often check out is Ebikeling, which carries a good inventory of do-it-yourself kits and has been around for some time now. I don't know if they do installation, but if not they probably know who does.

Thanks for the suggestion, I'll check them out.

Nice. This is the info I was looking for. I rode an e-divvy twice this week and was surprised that I still got a good workout while shaving about 15 mins off of my commute. 

I bought a $1,200 Priority bike early on in the pandemic but wish I would’ve held out a bit for an e-bike. A conversion like this is doable and still cheaper than most e-bikes on the market. And a local company, too!

Update: I note that Ebikeling is now indicating on its web site that it will install conversion kits for $125.00. Given the work involved, I think that's a fair price.

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