Recently bought two Smartmotion e-bikes. One for the missus, a Smartmotion Mid-City and a Smartmotion X-City for myself. Originally these bikes were designed for posties in NZ and now assembled in Brisbane, Queensland. Both these bikes come with 36v 15.6ah battery, Tektro hydraulic disc e-brakes and high torque mid-motor with 40T motors. The difference between them is the number of gears and the Smartmotion X-City has a stronger construction and wider off-road tires. Both very comfortable to ride but being our first e-bikes, the gears and the power assist are taking some getting used to. We have both spent many years riding standard road bikes over the years but for my wife, that is twenty years ago. For me, bike riding is more recent but I stopped about 8 years ago. As we are now approaching our seventies, e-bikes seem to be the perfect option in order to resume and continue riding for many more years. One question I have for the more experienced e-bike riders is, we have both cadence and torque sensors on both bikes. Unsure of when to ride using the cadence sensor and when to use the torque sensor. The torque sensor seems to be the most "comfortable" so far but we are unsure about when and where to use the cadence, if at all.