I bought an eMTB about 2 months ago. It is so much fun. I really think this type of bike is in a sweet zone - it's legal wherever a bicycle is legal. Part of the reason is it's limitation - the pedal assistance gives out at 25kmh. In the bush, speeds greater than 25 don't seem to happen that often. Even down hill - that could be the type of trails I'm riding and my reluctance to take my eyes off the line between or over the rocks to look at the speedo. Since the whole isolation thing I've been doing more exploring on the bike; the purpose made tracks at mtb parks are closed. So, I've been checking out 4wd tracks, single track, fence track, fire trail - all sorts of stuff. Sometimes a bit of road, but only when I have too. Were you a kid who used to explore? It's just like that. Just head out and try different tracks. I don't use gps; I couldn't be bothered. I tend to have land marks to work with - Tassie is like that. The other great thing is that I haven't lost any fitness. Around the burbs I ride this ancient heavy mtb and I'm probably fitter than what I was. Where I take the eMTB it is mostly up or down, and really steep and technical. So, 20 or 30km is a real workout. I take a 30litre pack with some tools, tube, water, nut bars, and survival gear, extra light top, phone, compass - you know, all the good stuff. Still only about 3kg. Picture is of the bike I have, but there are lots of good bikes.