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  1. I’m looking into getting an ebike and I’m debating between the original and a folding. I live in Rochester, NY and the winters can get a bit hairy here. I know the tires on the folding bikes aren’t quite as big. Does anyone have experience with them? Do you think they’ll still hold up well in the snow? Thanks! Sam
  2. Sondors instead of a car I've been too cheap to buy a car due to ongoing costs of insurance, maintenance, gas so I mostly carpool or bike to where I want to go. I live in new england so this makes it a bit difficult in the winter due to snow and ice and I plan on joining workaway programs which means I travel the world for work/stay. I finally decided it's time to buy something that I can use to get around that is self powered and I don't have to register or need a license to drive. I'm looking at the upcoming Sondors X model because I don't want to skimp and I it is easily upgradable for more power. I'm also looking at the upcoming Sondors X fold model because it will allow me bring it on planes and travel more easily. I guess my questions are, would these bikes make for a good car replacement for commuting and the occasional off road riding or even mountain biking? The fold X seems like the logical choice for world travel but it doesn't come with the suspension option or the triangular battery compartment meaning it can't be upgraded easily and it possible isn't suited for off road that much? What do you think?
  3. Commute to and from work... haul propane gas water & groceries uphill for my dry off grid cabin... Year round... In Alaska. Thank you Sondors... Amazing vehicle... Bravo!
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