This is my first ebike and I did a large amount of research. First, Currie is one of the largest E-bike suppliers in the market. They will be around for a long time. Second, you do want an e-bike with of the Lithium-ion battery, which this one has. Its more expense for this type, but it’s worth it in the long run. The SLA batteries (Sealed Lead Acid), which are on the lower end bikes for around $350, have a memory, so charging them is a pain and they don’t last very long. The only problem I have is there is no meter on the bike to show how much battery charge you have left. I go about 8 miles a day round trip with very steep hills and I weight 190lb. I go about 7mph up hills with TAG-PAS pedal assist and have an average speed is around 15mph. I also ride the commuter train and they allow ebikes on board.
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