For reference: I assembled this bike 3 days ago, and have only ridden it two times. I had seen some reviews that the assembly manual is poorly written -- and while I won't disagree, I did not have any issues getting the bike together on my own. There were no instructions whatsoever on charging the Lithium Ion battery, but it appears to be a simple plug & wait until the light on the charger's brick turns green. I do see a note on the battery itself, that it's important for the health of the battery, to fully recharge within 24 hours of emptying the battery; I haven't seen that notation on a Lithium Ion battery before, but it's an easy item with which to comply. The frame is incredibly well-constructed, folds quite easily, the step-through frame is super convenient, and I'm in love with the purple color. An oddity about the frame, is that there is clearly a standard/ integrated back seat over the rear wheel, and the bike comes with footrests AND a backrest for the rear passenger -- but the instructions very clearly state that a second rider should NOT ride on back... very strange, but I don't intend to ride with a passenger. In terms of riding, I'm 5'4" (162cm), and find the bike very comfortable, even for pedaling -- that said, I would imagine someone of above-average height, or who has longer legs, may have issues with the pedals, in that the seat post doesn't go high enough for someone who is tall to extend legs fully. I expect there is a relatively inexpensive solution, to replace the seat post with a longer one, but since I do not need it, I haven't researched this topic. And, saving the best for last: the motor has SERIOUS oompf! The initial "launch" while in pedal assist level 1 is like a rocket ship -- in fact, I nearly lost grip of the bike so I could see it being a problem for some. I recommend starting in a higher pedal assist level (say, level 5), and be extremely extremely conservative in twisting the throttle, to at least tone down the jump... but even so, it's very eager to start! The motor continues with its enthusiasm, even on rather steep hills, which is impressive - I never dropped below 15mph. Despite the nominal rating of 750W, the display often exceeds that, I have seen it near 1000W a couple times. I'll note something I wasn't expecting: there is a cruise control feature that kicks in automatically when you are riding just a few seconds at a consistent speed. That means when you let off the throttle & perhaps expect to naturally slow, you're still powering through at the same speed. Meaning, you must brake to disengage the motor, nearly 100% of the time. Bike comes with an integrated headlight, and tail light that illuminates when braking. The fat tires and shocks offered a very smooth ride -- though I have not tried it offroad yet. The seat is pretty comfortable, I'm curious how it feels on a long ride. Mechanical disc brakes are very effective. Overall, at this early stage I'm very happy with the purchase, it's a lot of bike for such a reasonable price.