It's Electric! A New Way to Get Around Cape May
E-Bikes Have Arrived in Cape MayCape May is one of the most scenic towns around, and it's a blast to explore on a bike. Pedaling around with the sun on your face and the wind in your hair elicites smiles for miles and memories that last a lifetime. But, all those options often mean visitors have to pick and choose what they see; after all, the options just in Cape May, let alone Cape May County, are numerous. From the lighthouse to the beaches, restaurants, shopping, wineries, breweries, state parks and more, it can be daunting to try and explore it all when you're pedaling your way through.
A New OptionE-Bikes have been on the scene in the US in varying degrees for more than a decade now, but they've yet to really take hold in Cape May County. Pedego Cape May, a new retailer located on Texas Avenue in Cape May (across from the C-View and near Wawa) is hoping to change that.
With bikes that can go as fast as 20 miles per hour, and enough battery life to last 50 miles, they're ready to show you that you can see and do it all on a Pedego electric bike (without breaking a sweat!).
Give It a Try!The Ferry is partnering with Pedego Cape May to offer rentals to Ferry guests right from the Cape May-Terminal!
You can hop off the Ferry and right onto a Pedego E-Bike rental, and be on your way to exploring Cape May in no time.
If you're traveling over from Lewes, you can grab a full-day bike rental ($80 value) and round-trip Ferry passenger fare ($18 value) for just $79. And, all Pedego Electric bike rentals come equipped with a helmet, cell phone holder, drink holder, lock, bike map and a water bottle, so all you need is your sense of adventure!
If that's the kind of deal that floats your boat, give the folks at Pedego Cape May a call at 609.305.4566, or email them to make your reservation.
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