Looks like poor man's Optibike.
Hi "Jolly," here in Western North Carolina most of our trails are in the Pisgah National Forest. Local user groups have made it clear they are against electric assist bikes. I'm all for responsible use, but I'm not advocating that people buy this bike and use it to ride on local singletrack trails where it may cause user conflicts and problems with trail access.Eric. it is a nice bike but I'm a bit confuse on what you said (Personally, I'm against having electric bikes on singletrack trails because I know it causes conflicts with user groups and as an avid mountain biker I want to try and do as much as I can to protect trail access) On one hand I understand your personnal opinion and feelings about e-bikes on the trails but then turn around a try to sell such e-bikes to consumers who would like to ride on whatever trails that are out there. Its sound misleading and that you are only in it for money and a con.
If you are against ebikes on trails then why try to sell it. Everyone on here and every other ebikes blogs or forum
have a passion and love for ebikes and would enjoy riding it everywhere.