The large layout is cool, with a comfortable seat that has room underneath for a full-face helmet. The glovebox and windscreen are standard pluses on this model, and it rides, turns and stops well enough, thanks to a sturdy chassis, front disc brake and those 16-inch alloy wheels. Unfortunately, the clean, quiet motor's output--or lack thereof--was disappointing. I had to take to the bike lane when climbing a small hill by the office because the People S slowed to jogging speed. I could have used pedal-assist.