I purchased an Orbea Gain M20i in Jan 2020. Last week I thought I had a spoke breakage on the rear “drive” side of the wheel (Mavic Aksium rim). A closer look revealed that the spoke ripped completely through the hub eyelet. Orbea has notified me that their warranty on parts only covers 2 years. My bike is 2.5 years old. The 2 options Orbea has offered are 1) a new wheel, no motor $145 2) or new wheel with motor $679. Since option #1 would mean my bike would no longer be an ebike, my questions revolve around Option #2. My bike has almost 9,000 miles and 309 full battery charges. Battery performance is still good but I have noticed a decline in ride duration time. Would a $679 investment in an ebike this old be wise? It seems like a “buy back/trade in” option would make more sense. I’ve suggested this in an email to Orbea, but haven’t heard back. Other than miscellaneous annoying hub noises the shop suggested we ignore due to supply chain issues during the pandemic, I really like the bike. I would be interested in the thoughts of your forum. Thanks!