I'm high side of 60 riding a CCS. Not an athlete but I spin a steady 80-90 rpm on the road with bursts to 100 when needed. On my Sunday road ride I kind of wrung out the bike and myself for the first time. For example, I used 'S' for the first time up a long hill instead of a numbered level like I usually do. That really helped top a hill. It was like down-shifting. A light came on and I am seeing new things. Now I'm thinking to incorporate changing assist levels like changing gears to meet the environment instead of just staying in 'E' for Exercise and Extending battery life. Lots of miles of experience out there, I'm only at 800. Anyone care to share their approach to taking on hills with a hub-motored Juiced bike? Is the motor OK in low-speed (6-9 mph) high-load (650+ w) conditions? Better to keep speeds higher instead? Real-world talk preferred. Strava tracks make sense too. What's your method of getting the most out of your ride?