Why does it take so long for the Sinclair team to come up with a solution for those who want to convert their A-bike into electric. There are obviously vast majority of us out there who wants one 'cos the bike is difficult to ride on slop in particularly, even on a slightly raise road is hard to peddle, don't even think about going uphill, it's impossible. You will be out of breathe before you turn around the corner. I'm so frustrated that 'We', their loyal customers can't even get any feedback, updates whatsoever from the maker, it's like 'Great, we'll do some clever fantastic campaigns to get as many smugs to buy the bikes, we want sales counts only'. No need for aftersale support, lets forget about them... Looking at their official website, can anybody tell me their webpage been updated? Any news are fresh?...I guessed not. After so many years since launched the maker has continuously ignoring us buyers, it unfair to say the least. I feel absolutely deflated... haha..yes, like my bike collecting dust in the closet. I still like my bike but it's just too tiring to ride to work unless you are a great athlete, then it may be easier for you.
I find this auction site "http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=12457333445
" already selling these converters incl. the bikes (bike looks counterfeits unfortunately), i'm was a bit tempting to buy these but they come with the bike, too bad. I wanted the kit only. Plus i don't feel like buying from mainland China, too risky. I'm hoping to find these converters somewhere else, maybe in Europe or American or even Hong Kong websites. Any ideas, guys?