A well written post by Phillip H. in the “Sondors Storm Owners” Facebook Group. “I feel good today Storm group. I’ve very confidant Storm Sondors is going to succeed in his plans to revolutionize eBiking in America. My confidence has been boosted, and inspired by investigations by members our group, who I trust more then […]

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A well written post by Phillip H. in the “Sondors Storm Owners” Facebook Group.

A well written post by Phillip H. in the “Sondors Storm Owners” Facebook Group.

“I feel good today Storm group. I’ve very confidant Storm Sondors is going to succeed in his plans to revolutionize eBiking in America. My confidence has been boosted, and inspired by investigations by members our group, who I trust more then anyone else. Members that were on site attending the demo day ride on their behalf, and ours. Because of their efforts we have trusted inteligencia that is beyond what is known on the internet at large.

Joe Micalizzi’s live stream was priceless to us, and provided information far beyond our expectations. By a lucky accident from Joe’s 20 minute test stream we learned that Storm had a professional film crew, with a city permit on site that day. One of our local group members Bruce Choate, who was in attendance, found out that the film crew was in fact there for the purpose of filming for a future advertising campaign, and informed us that members of our group were later interviewed on camera for their impressions. This is very revealing inside information for a couple of reasons. One, because Storm never has publicly mentioned they were there, and two, because since no one knows, we can assume it’s genuine because otherwise the thousands of dollars it cost was wasted for nothing.
Bruce Choate also proved with a magnet the frame is steel just like claimed on the website, and the alloy parts are in fact alloy. He weighed the bike at 58.5 lbs on camera, ending any further speculation about the bikes weight. Trust me, 58.5 lbs is not heavy for an eBike. A Stromer ST1 weighs 62 lbs. My Stealth eBike weighs 116 lb. The critics, and shills seem to think the difference between 45, and 58 lb is somehow significant, but people in the know just shrug their shoulders.

In addition to everything else we learned from the live stream, there’s the moves the campaign has made in response to allegations that Strom can’t possibly deliver this bike on time, or even at this price. Storm’s team has made fine tune corrections to specifications on the website, that I consider insignificant, but shills pointed to, as proof of deception. I guess if you have little experience with eBikes you could have made some minor incorrect assumptions, but I understood the specifications from day one.

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Most of the inconsistencies after corrected, showed the bike was even better. Like a geared motor, instead of direct drive as was first listed. For this bike geared is much better, because it offers more torque. It was apparent from the start to the educated eye, that we were looking at a geared motor all along. Why would Strom try to purposely deceive us into thinking his bike is less good than it is? He said right from the start the bike we’re going to get is exactly like the one in the high def pictures on the website, and the very same as the demo bike. Everyone to a man, and woman, loved the demo bike.

I know it’s hard to separate fact from fiction, especially when you don’t have a lot of experience, and are new to eBikes, but you need to understand, Storm is turning an entrenched industry on it’s ear, and they’re not going down without a fight. There’s an orchestrated effort underway to maintain their stranglehold on high prices, by slander, and innuendo. If they had any real proof, they would have presented it by now. Let this knowledge help calm your fears.

And in case you’re thinking I’m somehow a shill connected with Storm, you can forget that right now. My huge investment in this endeavor is exactly one bike $500 bike. I’m a life long biknut, and proud to say that in the EBR review of the demo day, when Court turned to face the camera at 2:15 and gave a shout out to biknut, I’m the biknut, and my online history is an open book. I hope and pray this goes well just like everyone else, and I have a higher level of confidence it will, because of our efforts, and everything Storm’s team has done.”

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