I'm 6' 3" @ 300 lbs. I'm 54 and have a torn meniscus in my left knee. Legs aren't that great due to heavy labor jobs while younger. Very stiff when I get up in the morning but I have no problem riding this bike for long distances. For sizing, the top tube comes right up to my crotch. With my feet on the ground, there's maybe an inch of space from the top tube. Had to replace the seat as it was too small for me. Got a little larger one with a flashing light from Cyrusher's site and it was perfect. WAY more comfortable. I've stripped the bike down to bare metal and put it back together again. I added a riser to the steering tube because I was too tall for the shorter one and had to bend way over while riding, which is uncomfortable for me. I'm not racing or off roading but instead just cruising and didn't like the angle I had to ride at with the original riser. My route only includes low to medium grade hills. Took the tires off the rims twice to replace tubes from punctures, which was very easy to do and is a frequent task with bicycles. Putting the tires back on required several tries as I didn't realize the fork ends change a little when you pull the tire off, so when you put the tires back on, you have to play with the fork ends to get the width right again. You do have to disconnect the rear tire's power plug for the controller when you remove the back tire however. After you do it once, it's easy to do it again. I put 700 miles on it in 39 days. The brakes still have plenty of pad left and are a no brainier to change when the time comes. You just pull the cotter pin, pull out the old pads, which have a spring in the middle and replace with like brake pads and spring. The only tool you need to change the brake pads are needle nose pliers. The bottom bracket is a sealed, square taper type and feels brand new after 700 miles. It did come loose a little after a couple hundred miles but was easy to tighten back up because I bought all of the tools I needed to do m...
Having a blast with it. So much fun. It was not shipped with the $600+ battery and I freaked. The support staff emailed a reply that the battery is shipped separately. It arrived 2 days later. So don’t freak if you can’t find your battery with the bike, it is on its way!
I got it today & it's awesome !!! I love this bike:-)