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Maybe it's because I'm in an affluent area but we sure seem to have quite a few high end e-bikes with more than necessary power and easily-defeated speed controllers. Vehicles with a supposed top speed of 20 doing 35mph on the MUP, pedals not moving.
Other than that I'm ambivalent. I have aging friends, avid mountain bikers of two or three decades, who now ride MTB e-bikes on the trails. At the age of 66 I don't see one in my future. When the hills get too steep for me I'll just walk.
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