How boring. But let me take time to do what Sondors has failed to. The bike has a two year manufacturers warranty and is compliant with all UK Laws, in fact laws across the EU - it is a given that the UK Laws will come in line with the EU regs and therefore it is legal to sell a 250W ebike so long as it cannot exceed 15.6mph on the road. They will be advertised as having the same range as the manufacturer, BMW attests to and has tested, namely 62 miles on a single charge. I am selling them through my business which is a VAT registered entity and ships globally. I do not have to worry about anything to do with taxes (as I am an EU based Company), paperwork (since the manufacturer is a responsible manufacturer and not some Sheister ripping people off with exagerrated claims of performance and range......... next questions.............. ?Do you offer a guarantee? Are you sure those bikes will comply with UK laws? You know, legally, those drives have to be no more than 200watts until 2016... Yup, that's right. You read correctly. UK law limits e-bikes to 200watts and not 250 (link below). And what range will you advertise them as having? What about taxes, paperwork, and certificates of compliance? Are you selling them as a merchant or an individual? Who's importing the bike? If I donate a dollar, do you think I could ask you all the questions I want?
So the unanswered questions remain from Sondors and he has every reason to remain tight-lipped, I do not.
Some of us run decent, honest businesses and are open and transparent in our dealings with people.