Been riding Rad bikes for three years now and I didn't find the brakes dysfunctional or underpowered unless they were either worn out or out of adjustment. If one does not maintain a tool then one should not complain when the tool doesn't work the way you like.
Like I said when this was posted before, When I want to remove the front wheel on my Rad Rover I have to completely remove the axel and, even then, smack the tire with a rubber mallet to get it to drop out.
I guess if one is going to be truly technical, all EBikes are motorcycles because they all have motors. On the other hand they are also all bicycles because they can be powered by pedals without using the motor. In the end they are simply all Ebikes.
I'm not sure. I ride on average about 20 miles at a shot which usually depletes my battery a little less than 50%. After that it takes 5-6 hours to recharge. I don't think that is considered to be "fast" charging.
I never said that at all. Antilock brakes aren't going to help someone who makes the decision to drive in a blizzard or the guy who decided to have loaded gun in his car and was killed when his dog stepped on the trigger.