I am looking at the Specialized Vado 4.0 and the Gazelle T10. I know, one is Class 1 and the other is Class 3. I've ridden the Vado and I like it. I have not ridden the Gazelle, but there are things I do like about it. The components are top notch, the cafe lock is nice, the lower step through on the wave frame is nice. I'm concerned about the Class 1 status. I have not ridden an ebike enough to know if I will miss the lack of assist over 20mph. I have ridden the Vado over 20 mph (between 20 and 25) but usually when I'm at 25, I'm going downhill and lightly pedaling or even coasting. I'm not trying to ride the bike at 25 mph during a commute. The range is most important to me. When I ride, I want to be able to go 20-40 miles on longer rides once a week, and not have to worry about "sipping the gas" on the battery. The idea of "getting stuck" with nothing but my own pedal power on a heavy bike with a 1000 ft. climb between me and the barn is upsetting. I'm not looking at the T10+, which is a class 3 bike from Gazelle for range reasons. The Bosch range finder says the range on the performance + motor is less than the regular performance line. Specialized advertises an 80 mile range on the Brose motor. Thoughts?