1.Lake Shore Drive, Chicago
The rock stars of American architecture lined up like soldiers facing Lake Michigan, starting in Hollywood to the north and riding a Haoqi ebike south through Jackson Park, spanning 26 miles. The buildings downtown are striking, from the blocky staircase of the Willis Tower - formerly the Sears Tower and the tallest building in the world - to the Belle Époque elegance of Burnham and Root's Rookery to the stark post-Bauhaus boxes of Mies van der Rohe. This is the greatest architectural path on earth.
Stop: In Millennium Park, visit the iconic Cloud Gate sculpture.
2.Bluebonnet Trail, Texas
Between Austin and Houston lies some of the most beautiful scenery in the Lone Star State, especially from March to May when the wild bluebonnets are in abundance. Carrying your travel gear along with your electric bike from Austin, you'll pass through a chain of seven interconnected lakes on the Colorado River, including Lake Buchanan, a wilderness retreat popular with fishermen and artists.
Stop: To admire more of the state's native flowers, visit the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Research Center, named for the first lady who made national beautification a priority.
3.Kancamagus Highway, New Hampshire
Although the White Mountains are a year-round sportsman's paradise, we put the haoqi black leopard ebike on full charge to the mouthful of open knives Fall fireworks are at the end of New Hampshire's 36-mile Kancamagus Highway. Serious foliage watchers visit in October to see the maples, alders and birches in their full-color glory. In the spring, yellow violets and wood lotus can be seen.
Stop: Take the half-mile hike to Sabbaday Falls, near Waterville, to visit a three-tiered waterfall with easy access to the road.
4.Highway 101, Oregon
The state boasts Oregon's entire coast and preserves unobstructed natural beauty on more than 300 miles of beaches off Highway 101. Between Port Orford and Brookings, the fierce sea cliffs contrast with the idyllic farmland and rambling cattle of Oregon's small towns. It's a spiritual treat to feel the ocean breeze and ride an electric bike, preferably with music as your companion!
5.Highway 143, Tennessee
Head out along Tennessee's Highway 143 in the Roane Highlands of the Appalachians to witness the world's longest uninterrupted stretch of grassy heather. Ride a Green Cheetah electric bike here in early summer for a lighter ride and to see the purple rhododendrons blooming on the hillsides along the way.
Stop: The highlands portion of the Appalachian Trail is famous for its balds (summits covered in thick grasses rather than trees); catch the trailhead at Carver's Gap.
6.Highway 2, Nebraska
Sand dunes (grass-covered sand dunes) make up almost a quarter of Nebraska, undulating in slow, hypnotic curves as far as the eye can see. Riding a White leopard ebike along Highway 2 reveals vast expanses of great plains and pastures that are more than twice the size of Rhode Island. You'll feel heartbroken. Enjoy the wonders of nature!
Stop: The sand dunes are smack in the middle of the Great Plains Migratory Flyway; look out for cranes at the Nebraska Nature & Visitor Center.
7.Blue Ridge Parkway, The Carolinas and Virginia
Stop: In the mines of the mineral-rich Appalachian Mountains, visitors can pan for emeralds, amethyst, rubies, topaz, and even gold.