A great bike, took a while to decide to by it, as so many on the market now, but I made a wise choice, lovely for a woman to ride, excellent as an exercise bike, but if you don't want to always pedal, just turn the handle bar a touch, and you just glide along, my partner just bought ,the men's indigo regency, that good aswell. We both go out together now,
I seldom write reviews, but I have to say that this is one of the best buys I ever made (after my camera.) Took me a lunchtime to assemble but a TOP TIP is to open the small cardboard box FIRST as it has the instructions manual and tool-kit in it! I use the bike to drag this old man's bones up onto Dartmoor. I bought a real strong lock for it and an excellent pannier bags which was a good investment. I also have a Dyto frame lock which I use for the quickie shopping moments. I found the supplier Pro Rider very helpful and it is worth a visit to their site.
the only downside for me is the gaggle of admirers I often find encircling it...
I have one of these and I am over the moon with it! It takes a while to get used to the electric side of it but it makes my life so much easier. having FMS which effects my legs really bad, this is heaven sent! I can peddle on the good days to get my little girl to pkaygroup and on the bad days I just use the motor. All in all I highly recommend this bike. :)
I BOUGHT A Pro Rider 6 months ago after 6 years using a POWERBYKE with lead acid batteries . What a wonderfull difference in weight and performance and handling as an old man of 85 years plus the Pro Rider is the Best purchase I have made the quality of design and build is 1st class I would recommend this machine to anyone young or old. John Pottage of Ampthill Bedfordshire.