Drive Sustainable!

Drive Sustainable!
Our club members drive all kinds of EVs (Teslas, BMWs, Leafs, Volts, Fords, Fiats, SmartEVs, electric bikes...)

Monday, November 11, 2019

New member John Ratcliff

John Ratcliff is our latest new member. He lives in Woodland Park, CO and drives a 2010 Tesla Roadster Sport 2.5 and a 2018 Tesla Model S 100D. John moved here from the St. Louis area and look forward to attending some events. He sent a photograph from the Midwest Tesla Gathering in St. Louis a few years ago. His Roadster is front and center.

Please make him welcome when you see him.


Thursday, November 7, 2019

New Member Brad Quicksall

Our newest member is Brad Quicksall from Colorado Springs. He drives an electric Hyundai Kona. One of our club members saw him on the road and he told him about the club! Keep spreading the word, folks. Please make him welcome when you meet him.


Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Battery backup - EGO Nexus

Many EV owners have converted lawn equipment from gasoline to electric. I've seen several reviews by EV YouTubers that have sold their gas appliances and converted to electric, most with good opinions of the equipment. One such maker, EGO, now sells a battery backup (inverter) unit that uses the same battery packs as their yard equipment. This is very versatile as you can take advantage of your energy storage for multiple purposes. Here's a review of their unit I found online:

https://youtu.be/hYNiFuvlzNU

Monday, November 4, 2019

New member Gary Glass

Our newest member, Gary Glass, joined us today. He drives a 2019 Tesla Model 3 and lives in Colorado Springs. Please make him welcome!

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Holiday Party, Dec. 7, Saturday

December 7, 2019 - Saturday, 3:00pm or 4:00pm - The annual Holiday Party is the first Saturday in December this year. Exact time and venue to be announced. No RSVP, just show up. Details will be announced when they become available, reserve the date!

Friday, October 25, 2019

EV charging in China

A friend of mine, Tom Croak, is visiting China and sent me this:

"We were in Tianjin China visiting a temple and found where the employees park their electric bicycles and electric scooters. We saw these electric scooters all over town, some quite old. I wouldn’t be surprised if they had lead acid batteries.

The weird looking things on some of the handle bars are similar to coats that protect the rider’s hands and chest area from the cold."


Tom also sent a photo of a Neo in China. These are sold as the British MG brand, and are getting good reviews from UK owners. The USA needs to stay at the top of its game!


-Wilson Hitchings