I'm wanting to get an ebike that stays within the legal limitations so I'm trying to make sense of the laws here in Texas. I'm used to riding supersport motorcycles so I'm not afraid of getting one that's too powerful, especially when looking at the restrictions in Texas. As far as I can tell, class 3 (20mph under throttle only, 28mph motor + pedaling) is permitted but Texas seems to have an additional restriction to now allow more than a 750 watt motor. So while something like the Juiced Hyperscrambler 2 is appealing, its 1000w motor disqualifies it from classification as an electric bicycle in Texas even though its controller can limit the bike to class 3 speeds. That has me looking at its little brother the Juiced Scambler which has a 750 watt motor and class 3, which seems to be the legal limit here. But then I found the Ariel Rider D-Class which has dual 750w motors (front and rear wheel) and class 3. I would appreciate the added acceleration so my question is whether the Ariel Rider D-Class is legal as an electric bicycle in Texas. It doesn't have a motor bigger than 750 watts but at the same time it has two motors, totaling 1500 watts. I'm wanting to get this for a bit of fun around town within the constraints of the law and I'm not trying to modify it to breach those limits or get some crazy 8000w build. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!