Initially, I enjoyed riding this bike. I use it almost daily M-F to commute to work. Unfortunately, at around 200 miles, the issues began.
First, it was with the tires. The tire treads like to pick up nails/glass so it's quite easy to pop your bike tube. If it happens to be the back tire that pops, get ready to spend extra time replacing that tube since you now must deal with unplugging the motor. If you purchase this bike, I'd recommend adding a liner to the tires to protect the tubes (a $75+ expense).
Also, this bike has no shock absorption. So anytime you hit a bump in the road, it will hurt, and you will feel it.
The speedometer display is also starting to fail, with the screen beginning to get fogged up (see photo). I store this bike inside so this is not due to water damage.
My biggest issue with the bike now that I've owned it for a little over a year (now at 1600 miles), is that the PAS and throttle cut out multiple times throughout my rides. This bike is heavy and it's challenging to peddle this bike without any PAS on. When the PAS cuts out you are unable to peddle the bike well and will need to downshift to the lowest gear. Oftentimes, this has happened to me when I've been crossing an intersection and cars are waiting for me. The only way to reactivate the PAS/throttle is to turn the battery off/on again or brake and bring my bike to a complete stop and then it will kick back in again. Very frustrating!
My final gripe is with Blix customer service. I've been trying to resolve the PAS/throttle issue for the past 3 months with their customer service reps and we have yet to resolve my PAS/throttle issue to this day.
Overall, if you are looking for a reliable, cruiser-style e-bike. I'd recommend you purchase one from another company.