Oh nice, the spark scooters are pretty rad looking. Yeah I wonder what the market is for that intermediate speed, like not an electric motorcycle but able to go 40 or 50 - same zone as our legally questionable kitted mopeds. right now it seems good for those size e-bikes cuz it's still got it's own legal gray area, but once they're limited legally (as-sold) the way mopeds are, it's a little less obvious making em faster. Like a new "30mph 2hp" tomos or bye bike really does like 35 and can get over 40 with lil more effort than a bolt-on pipe, and over 50 with a kit.
SO - hows the aftermarket look for e-bikes and do you see a future where the upgrade options exist "for offroad use only" to allow people to bolt-on upgrade their legal bikes to questionably legal 40+ speeds? And would you see manufacturers supporting this? If the batteries and all could handle it and you swap a better controller, that's the <$500 hop-up price point we're looking for, but it then of course disadvantages the seller to intentionally over-size their components and sell something that's limited back down to perform still the same as a cheaper but less upgrade-able option... If you're talking about needing new battery and motor etc, you're basically doubling the bike's cost just to eke out that extra questionably legal performance gains.