What dista ce where you getting on average??Just remember, you cannot, easily remove the battery with these bikes and there seems to be, at the moment, a problem re-charging it when very cold (there certainly is with mine). So in those circumstances I have to take my whole bike into a warm environment.
Also, you are not going to get the same range as your mates with their 500wh batteries so end up having to carry your TEC battery with you which then negates the much vaunted 'lightness' of the bike.
For these two reasons alone I would not buy another Jam2.
NiceI have had both the 6.7 plus and the 9.6 plus and prefer the colour of the 9.6 although I would disagree with Steve and say the 9.6 is a lighter colour than the petrol blue of the 6.7 bike. The 6.7 is more a greener blue whereas the 9 6 is more of a blue if that makes sense. Both lovely bikes though and the weight difference is not huge, I just preferred the look of the 9.6 plus. I haven't clocked up many miles on it so far so time will tell how reliable it is but so far loving it. View attachment 14077 View attachment 14078