Dutch brought his baby in for a little fine tuning today and Kenny is going over it with a microscope. Kenny is our master bicycle mechanic here at Motostrano and brings years of technical and customer experience to our organization. He's a Navy vet, has been wrenching on bicycles for ever and when he's not pedaling on two wheels, he's blasting around on his KTM motorcycle off-road. Dutch's baby is in good hands, in other words.
Dutch and his gang use their bikes 3 or 4 times a week, both together and on their own and it's changed the way they live.
Don't feel too bad if they pass you going up hill on a Black Diamond trail - consider it a challenge to push harder. When asked about how he likes his bike he calls it "life changing", the best thing he ever did.
Dutch says that when he and his gang of 3 buddies, also Haibike riders go out, he used to get asked "hey is that a cheater e-bike?" and then it turned in to "hey, look an e-bike" and now he hears "hey check out that Haibike". And when people ask about how they may be hard on trails he jokes back to them, "No, no, you have to be a licensed AARP member on medicare and have a note from your Doctor to ride these things. We know what we're doing." Dutch and his group are inspiring and a tribute to the magic that Haibike and Felt e-bikes with BOSCH have brought to the US this year.
Dutch watches over Kenny like a surgeon watching a doctor performing a heart transplant. This is that important.