It is one of the best-looking bikes on the market, a real head-turner when riding anywhere you go. The unibody design is striking and sturdy. Although it's marketed as a mountain bike, the high-tech look perfectly matches big-city riding and tough pot-holed streets like Chicago or New York. It's commuter-friendly and comfortable enough for me to dress up for work. It rides over speed bumps and potholes with ease and feels like you are on an expensive motorbike cruising, but don't let that fool you. This bike also begs for dirt, gravel, sand, snow, and grassy areas. It will plow through them all with the comfort of riding on a flat surface. If you want to get dirting and jump some ramps or ride down concrete stairs, you are in luck cause it can handle it all.
*There are some issues.*
The accelerator control was broken upon delivery, and it's no wonder the plastic part is beyond cheap and needs a serious redesign. I would like them to recall that part for the bikes they have sold and replace them. At any price point, the accelerator control is one of the most critical parts, so why they went so cheap there is beyond me.
There was rattling with some of the plastic parts, and they would break pretty easily. If you take this in the woods on a mountain trail, you will need to reinforce some of those parts or maybe replace them with better components.
The headlight feels very cheap and clashes with the bike's overall design. They should have designed a straight or vertical…