San Diego Electric Bike Shop opens in Solana Beach

Rental bikes lined up at the Electric Bike Shop

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The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting event April 9 at the new San Diego Electric Bike Shop on Highway 101 (343 South Highway 101, Solana Beach; (858) 345-1030).

The event featured beverages, snacks and opportunities to try out the Prodeco bikes. San Diego Electric Bikes also rents out Beach Cruisers and Electric Bikes. County Supervisor Dave Roberts attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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