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Author: Rachel Friedman Elberts

Rachel Friedman Elberts is a personal trainer and health coach for the pursuit of fitness & movement in the outdoors based in Park City, Utah. She was born and raised in New York City but was called West by the Mountains. She's worked in the Outdoor Industry for the past eight years and has found a deep love for connecting people, building relationships, and connecting more deeply with nature. You can find her being active in the outdoors hiking, biking, and snowboarding. Taking pictures, being creative in the kitchen, discovering new experiences and restaurants, as well as traveling to places near and far that fill her with awe and wonder. Follow her adventures on Instagram @rachshredgnar and check out her website www.stokecoach.com.

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Experience Fall Like Never Before From Park City’s Mountain Bike Trails

September 7, 2021 by Rachel Friedman Elberts

The seasons are a changing and with the cooler temps and shorter hours of sunlight come our glowing hillsides - full of golden aspens and other strikingly colorful auburn-hued trees. Fall in Park City is nothing short of spectacular. You get those cool mornings and evenings with the waning summer warmth during mid-day. It’s one of my favorite times of year in the mountains to explore the never-ending mountain bike trails that Park City has to offer! 

Explore Park City on a Pedego Electric Bike this Summer

July 13, 2021 by Rachel Friedman Elberts

Go full throttle this summer in Park City on an electric bicycle from Pedego! Akin to a regular bicycle you are able to manually peddle a Pedego bike, but that’s where the similarities end. Pedego Electric Bikes go farther and faster, empowering you to see more in less time. With a power bank attached to your bike, you can make the decision to pedal like a regular bike, use the pedal-assist feature, or use the throttle to get the power you need when hills come your way. One could argue that riding a Pedego might be a little more fun than a regular bicycle with that differentiating WOO factor. It most definitely feels like being a kid again! 

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