Wrong. I ride with other ebikes with that setup. 350 watts is not enough to climb many big hills, anywhere, without standing up and working the hell out of the bike and you. If you really want to work that hard to get over hills, why buy an ebike? It defeats the purpose of having battery power to have to struggle on the 35% grades. If you have a 21 speed ebike, great, problem solved. Most have 7 gears not 21. If I lived on flatlands, 350 watts would be plenty, but not in mountain areas. Sorry, my ebike tackles all hills with assist, and walks right by the lower watt ebikes. 1000 watts. Just right. Not a scooter. An ebike made for large hills. 3 years now and many miles with fellow ebikers. Most hit the steep streets and hills and wish they had more power. When riding I don't use the throttle, I peddle in pos 2 or 3, not 4 or 5. I go for hours and it is tiring, but not my primary source for exercise. I use the gym for that. Not going to argue the point. If you have what you need to take on the big steep streets in the area you ride, fine, go with it. My personal experience has shown me that many people find out that the bike they bought is not enough for the hills. Great on the flats but underpowered for steep streets.50-90nm 300w middrive motors with right gearing will climb any hill comfortably. While still giving experience of ride a bike not electric motorbike. Once you go over 750W may as well buy electric scooter or motorbike, safer faster and lot cheaper to operate than ebike.