The reason I'm asking about the Cyclone bike is because a friend wants to buy a Trek Powerfly 5 bike,but at 250w,and about $3500 I wouldn't buy one so I was looking at the Cyclone as an alternate for him,also I could find NO info from the Dealer or Trek on specs for the motor and batteries.
I myself drive a downhill bike with a 4000w Crystalite 5 series motor,it's been faultless for almost 15 years.
Loose the 200mm front fork in lieu of something with a shorter Axle to crown, it looks like it's very reclined, leaning a frame back doesnt have the same affect as a slacker head angle, look at it side on, then comapre it to the downhill bike, youll see what i mean. 140mm rear travel....200mm front fork.
They make good kits that people have stressed reliably beyond their ratings, but i wouldnt want to take that thing offroad, the upper linkage looks like alluminium foil.