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I'm with you on that one, for me it's more about how effective it is on the lower end than the top end since for the most of us that's what will matter most with the way we'll be using it.85 mph seems awfully fast for most of the trails that the Kodiak will be traversing. I think I'm more concerned with the acceleration. That is where you will notice the power more so than the top speed.
Indeed way too fast to be going on the trails but for times when you need to go onto paved/gravel roads, the higher speeds could be useful.I just can't imagine going 86 mph on a trail like the ones that I would be expecting to ride with the Kodiak. That's extremely fast. In what context would someone do that unless they found a flat straight away specifically to test out the top speed.