I've been riding through Central Park Drive around midnight and its an exquisite experience I'd love to share with my fellow e thing enthusiasts. I've seen a few riders but nothing organized. Its an awesome ride. Zero traffic challenging turns and a full loop would be special with some competitors er uh companions and an almost deserted drive.
Not a "race" just for fun . So don't bring your fastest environmentally friendly e machines 🏍 you've bought or built with your Trump Bucks during the year of Covid and quarantine to see who's tops on the museum mile straight or anything like that. Wasting earth's precious resources for what? Sport? ❤? ? That would be childish and unbecoming of grown adult humans.
Absolutely Childish and possibly probably completely irresistable.
Plus the downhill bends up near the pond/pool can be dicy. Should be fun. Please ride at your own pace and stay safe. Don't be the one . There's always one. Or two. Or three. They usually come in threes. Plus plus plus there're three inch curbs and .
ewwww wee that Mulsanne er uh museum mile straight though...🏍. Maybe full throttle purely out of technical curiousity in honor of Coulomb Watts Steinmetz Sprague Surtees Tesla et al... I mean who runs off on a straight? The bend at the end though...
With great power comes great responsibility.
Think of the children.
What would they do?
- Lap = 6.1 miles ~10km Nurburgring for e things
- Electric powered machines only
- Helmets + lights mandatory ( masks as well if you believe in you know... science)
- Meet at horse carriage entrance 6th and 59th
- 11:30pm meetup
- 11:55pm pull in to Central Park Drive
- 12am one leisurely lap
All are invited starting tonight and every Saturday moving forward. Yes one wheels and other kindly collar breakers are more than welcome.
For the Gipper!
Fabio Quartararo, President
NYC e things