His E-Bike Review of Specialized Turbo Como 3.0

A Class A motorhome is many things. It is a small, fully self-sufficient, climate controlled, condominium on wheels; a big-rig cab with a picture window view of the world; and storage shed to hold of your outdoor toys. What it is not, however, is a car. Once set up in a campground, it is no ones first choice to hop in and run to the local store. That is why if you observe most folks rolling down the interstate in a Class A, you will see a vehicle being towed behind. Towing a car is not as simple as it … Continue reading His E-Bike Review of Specialized Turbo Como 3.0

Her E-Bike Review of the Specialized Como 3.0

When we were planning our Reboot Roadtrip, we knew we were borrowing my parents’ 18 year old RV and that we wanted to stay in government parks, but what about getting around? To tow or not to tow, that was the question. The point of Reboot Roadtrip was to get active, connect with nature, do something radically different than our DC beltway, metro and bus commutes to demanding corporate and government jobs. We explored every possible scenario before landing on electric bikes. The RV had a hitch to tow a car. My parents have a Jeep Liberty, which can be … Continue reading Her E-Bike Review of the Specialized Como 3.0