Someones gotta be the one to post up the opposite end of the spectrum here. I'm not exactly one to go all debbie downer, but it seems like its foolish to only sing praises, or glance over issues\weak areas. I mean you go on the facebook group, and if anyone asks about the bikes, it seems they can do no wrong. Post something contrary to popular opinion and well...you're wrong or just ignored. Reality is, there is not a single brand without their low points, and when you're talking about a new brand, which is a knockoff of several other brands, coming in from china, at a budget price point......well that there is a recipe for there being some potential issues. This is not to say that what GPX has done so far isn't huge and substantial. It's impressive what they've done in short time, which I assume is largely due to their history with the Pitster importing stuff. But let's not ignore the elephants in the room, or pretend that there are not teething issues. There are still some legit questions that are left out in left field: Is GPX (usa) driving the bike brand\models\etc, or is this mostly up to the factory in China? Will the bikes ever be modeled into something of their own? IE, no longer using KTM\Husky stuff, and with a unique look\identity? Are service manuals ever going to be a thing, or just assume with being a "budget brand" to....Deal With it? If 100+ TSE's in the US, am I the only person that has the slightest concern over a spark arrestor on forest land? Will the knockoff Mikuni\Keihin stuff ever be rebranded to not misrepresent what they actually are? And yes, I know its rare to have a company directly respond to us right online here, and have such instant feedback. Meanwhile......I've added an LED bulb to my headlight.