Wouldn't be riding without e bike. I was always a competitive athlete, developed a-fib and went from being able to blast up hills to crawling up at 4 mph with screaming thighs and out of breath. My son in law convinced me to get an e bike. First one was a cannonade with shimano motor and front suspension. Gave that to my son after he had two hip replacements. I got a cannondale synapse neo great bike. I crashed and had a hip replacement last year. I decided to get a cannonade topstone neo full suspension and keep the synapse on a trainer for rainy days and winter riding. The batteries are interchangeable. That gives me easily over 100 miles if I ever want to do that. The topstone is a great bike for dual purpose. The tires are bigger plus suspension gives a comfortable ride. I have ridden dirt roads that are pretty rough and some trails in the woods. I have no complaints, although the rating for assistance up to 28 mph is questionable. It seems like around 20 mph in turbo I have to work pretty hard. Maybe I'm just not in shape yet. I am going to ask the bike shop when I bring it in for 500 mile check. This is my first social media for me. That's all for now.