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10/02/2012
E-Bike Rental Opening in Isafjordur

“I just received confirmation that they were being loaded into a container,” said Guðmundur Ásbergsson, who recently purchased 25 E-Bike scooters from a factory in China.

Quiet and economical, E-Bikes will be a fun way for visitors and locals alike to see Isafjordur and the surrounding countryside from a new vantage point.

West Tours in midtown Isafjordur will operate the E-Bike rental agency, which is scheduled to open for business in the spring.

News source & photo: www.bb.is




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