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Super People Being Super Green For The Super Bowl

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Zpizza is jumping on the bandwagon— the electric, two-wheeled bandwagon— and restaurant locations in Seal Beach and Huntington Beach are gearing up to use Thrust Electric Eco-Delivery bikes to deliver pizzas this year for the Super Bowl.


The restaurant keeps green by using things like organic ingredients, reusable pizza boxes, and containers and bags that can be turned into compost. Now, they’re adding commercial-grade electric bikes to the list to reduce their carbon emissions.

You don’t need a driver’s license to drive a Thrust bike, and what’s more, is that you don’t need to worry about fuel, insurance, or even parking (I know, right?!).

Pizza Rustica locations, which are scattered throughout Los Angeles, already incorporate the bikes into their delivery service, and it is reported that more than “40 other delivery locations will test the bikes this spring.”

Reduce your carbon footprint by hopping on an electric bike.  How do you like that?

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