Please share your thoughts...I am trying to choose an ebike, before year end, to be eligible for a rebate through an employer program I have access to. I am a 55 year old female, 165 lbs, 5'2" wanting to purchase a fat tire bike under $2500. I am only recently starting to get active again after some health issues. I live at a lake resort in a valley. I will be using the bike for exploring. Although road travel will be mostly on gravel and back country roads, I will be travelling on paved surfaces as well. There are a lot of hills and elevation change. Speed is not a priority but ease of use, pedal assist on varied inclines, good braking, and comfort are priorities. Another very important factor is that I do not like to lean over in a ride and like to sit upright. This bike will be used for leisure and very conservative off road adventuring. I live in Saskatchewan, Canada so I have no access to be able to try out a bike beforehand. I am considering the RadRover 6 Plus Step-thru, the Yukon Voltbike 750 Limited 17" frame and the Yukon 750 Step-thru. I've read several forum posts and researched the bikes but I am still undecided. There are not really any reviews on the Yukon step-thru only the limited 750. The Yukon step-thru is cheaper than the RadRover plus and has a 19.2Ah battery and the included helmet/back bike rack/usb charger which are enticing to me, but are those reasons enough to choose it over the Rad or the 750 limited? I'm also wondering if I need a step-thru option for my height?? I can get a RadRover step thru and Yukon 750 limited in the 17" frame. The Yukon step-thru has the 14.8" frame. Based on all this info, what would you recommend? I am only interested in bikes that are accessible in Canada. I greatly appreciate your feedback.