Yeah, these days, who needs a review site, when for less than $50, you can go on Godaddy, and create your own 'review' and call it 'free speech'.Well, isn't that special. Looks like they earned a spotlight. Angered the wrong customer...
Better than average Chinese QC + good support + feature rich + reasonable price = many customers. Eventually you burn too many. Somebody should start making a simpler $700-800 bike (3-LED indicator, 350-500W motor, V-brakes etc), with the same quality and support - there will be less complaints then.It's badpowerbikes.com
Hate site. I guess what happens if you burn too many customers.
I don't find there's anything inherently wrong with all these cheap Chinese imports, you get what you paid for. They get the job done till they break or quit, then you fix or scrap them.
It rains a lot in Seattle - any bike will rust.
Yeah, at least it's so over the top that it reeks of being a one sided rant. Reminds me of that old FirefoxMyths.com site that espoused the wonders of IE5 and IE6, and how horrible Firefox was. Fanboys like that mean you're doing something right.Just ran across it tonight.
It does look like they have taken info from real reviews from places like Yelp, and even info from here at EBR.
It's a bit over the top, either way.
The ransomware idea is interesting and plausible. There are a lot of people looking for crevices to find money.Yeah, these days, who needs a review site, when for less than $50, you can go on Godaddy, and create your own 'review' and call it 'free speech'.
I was amazed it popped up so readily on first page, when I was simply searching for the recent weight of the new Rad models, to see if that had improved any. At first glance I thought maybe it was gonna be another 'knock off' like BamPower. Interestingly the site domain is 'for sale.'. Is that like a new form of ransomware, to get Rad to buyit out to take off line ?