Oddly enough, the campground we frequent most often was literally empty this past weekend. The RV area was perhaps at 50% capacity, which is strange given that the weekend before, we got the very last open RV space in the park. Nice, quiet and relaxing.
Have you ever ridden a bike that was fit to you?
Actually, my bike is a Trek that was fitted by a very reputable bicycle shop, so yes. My arthritic knees and two replacement hips just can't stand the stress of pedaling any distance. I would love to be able to ride, but it's not going to happen without some motorized assistance.
Most of the electric bikes are low quality and you will spend more time fixing them than riding them. I am an avid cyclist and I spend some time in the local bike shop. If the bike shop had a revolving door is would be in constant use by the owners of these electric bikes. (They don't sell them but do fix them). Buy a quality bicycle that is properly fitted to you from a reputable bike shop and ride the bike. It is great exercise and a little investment up front will pay off with a bike that is enjoyable to ride. Whatever you do do not buy a bike from a department store.
Truly good advice, but there are those of us with arthritis and knee problems that simply prevent us from pedaling especially in hilly areas. I, too, have been looking at motorizing my bicycle so that I can enjoy a ride with my girlfriend.
My friend just solved this in his rv by converting the table to a wall mount with a leg at the end of the table. Now its solid and still can come apart to use the dinette as a bed. He bought a conversion kit at the local rv store.
This kit of course wont work if your wobbly table doesn't sit next to a wall.
That was my solution - couldn't be happier with it.