Thank you, Zoey Penny, for allowing us to show who we are and what we are really all about. For letting us all show our best sides, in a world where there are too many sides, so much taking and so little giving.
Please read this beautiful article about Zoey and all the folks who came together to give from the heart, because it is the right thing to do. Look at the smiles, the faces and feel the love and spirit that each and everyone of us has inside, just waiting to be freely given to others.
Thanks to Kevin Roose for your great article in today’s New York Times about… loving electric scooters!
Sure, there are problems- but look at the big picture; the “extra mile,” as it has become known. That insulting part of committing to a public transportation commute that finds you walking when you don’t have the time or the energy. Kevin has discovered that these “big” problems are not all that big at all and are far outweighed by the all-around benefits of eMobility.
In a previous post, we mentioned that we would try to involve city and municipal government in these programs before getting a scooter or eBike wheel in the pavement and still believe this is the best approach. But… time and tide wait for no one, so articles like this from Mr. Roose are so valuable to making eMobility vehicles accessible and fun for all.
One day, we believe that the technology will allow everyone to have access to an “eRide” for commuting and fun and we are pleased to be part of it.