Hi folks, Thought i would do a short(ish) review on my last 11 months riding the Wisper 905se around the Peak District. The bike was purchased from Swinnerton Cycles last September, very helpful and no problems, I found the build quality very good and ancillaries up to the job ( worth noting brakes have been upgraded to hydraulic from cable on this model since I bought the bike). The bike also looks great in satin black. During the first 6 months of ownership I only covered about 150 miles due to lousy winter weather and other distractions, but since April i have been out on the bike 3 or 4 times a week cycling around Cheshire and the Peak District and clocked up a further 850 miles in the last 5 months. The only modifications I have made to the bike are the fitting of a different handlebar stem and a set of wider handlebars, this was only done due to personal preference otherwise apart from routine maintenance nothing else has been changed. The frame of the bike is still in good condition apart from the odd scratch and a bit of cable rub from being used. The brakes are still on their original pads although need changing now which is remarkable they have lasted so long as at times they have had to pull me up from 40 odd mph as i have come down the Cat and Fiddle and other steep descents. With regards to the wheels and tyres the wheels roll very well as indicated by the downhill freewheeling speeds and I have not had any punctures so far (tempting fate here) The battery has been great I have the 375wh version and despite doing nearly 30 miles and climbing a combined elevation of about 2500 ft some days I have never got back home with less than 2 bars indicated on the display. The motor has pulled me up some long and steep hills of up to 6 miles long and gradients in places of 12% and while at times the bike has been on highest assist and easiest gear i have always made it ( admittedly close to passing out sometimes but then i am 60 plus). The chain and gears have only needed oiling and the odd adjustment and I have never experienced any slipping or jumping of the gears. In conclusion the bike has certainly been very reliable and enjoyable, Would I buy a Wisper again? Yes definitely but possibly a torque model and a version with front suspension due to the state of the roads around here. The 929 torque would have been ideal but no longer available. Cheers Steve W.