European e-bike firm Leon Cycle opens Ballard retailer – My Ballard

One of many largest e-bike manufacturers in Europe, Leon Cycle, has opened a brand new storefront in Ballard. 
Based in 2014, the German firm expanded to the remainder of Europe up to now a number of years and has just lately landed within the U.S. 
The e-bike commerce opened its first warehouse in Seattle in Sodo and this yr determined to increase its ​​enterprise to Ballard at 1400 NW forty ninth St. within the area the place C3 Snowboard Store was beforehand situated. 
“Ballard actually suits the market we had been going after. Speaking in regards to the age group, demographic, and the way tight they’re as a group simply appeared like a very nice entry level for us to dive into,” retail retailer supervisor Dillon Eversaul stated.
Leon’s e-bikes are constructed with 40-volt batteries, which generally enable riders to journey distances of 90 to 120 miles on low settings and from 40 to 75 miles within the greater settings.
“We function like a giant model, however we give that small native really feel. One thing that all of us are in main alignment with is simply caring for the client and actually standing behind our product,” Eversaul stated.
Although Leon Cycle is already open for companies from Wednesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to six p.m. (closing one hour earlier on Sundays), the shop is planning a giant opening day on Feb. 12, together with meals, drinks, and a free bike giveaway.  
“On the finish of the day, our purpose is admittedly to open us as much as the market and get as many individuals on e-bikes or bikes as potential. And whether or not it’s college students going to high school or folks going to work or day-to-day commuting, we actually wish to get folks on bikes.”  Eversaul stated.
Pictures by Leon Cycle 

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