Certified Electric Bike Specialists Celebrates New Location Opening

Friday, June 13, 2014

Certified Electric Bike Specialists (EBS) will celebrate its new location opening on July 2, at noon. The business is at 45 East Main St. The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce is coordinating the event.

Offiicials said, "EBS has been one of the Southeast’s premier electric bicycle retailers for the last five years running.  We have the largest assortment of brands within 500 miles, with several demo e-bikes on the floor.  We maintain a 10 bicycle electric rental fleet to explore the city and offer one of the best e-bike repair departments in the country.

"Already commonplace in Europe and Asia, electric bicycles are a rapidly developing technology, allowing riders young and old to pedal farther, faster and easier than ever." 

The company is owned and managed by Garnet and Chandlee Caldwell, Chattanooga natives and brothers.

Hours of operation are from 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday.

For more information about EBS, contact Chandlee at 423 475-6569.


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