The large tires provide fantastic traction and the rider stays comfortable across a wide range of terrain. Since this bike comes with standard wheels, consumers can purchase a plethora of after-market tires and wheels to customize the bike according to the way they want. Although this bike seems to be a steal for the price it can be purchased at, there are a few aspects that leave riders wanting more. From a distance of 15 feet, the bike looks marvelous, but upon closer inspection, there are some downsides. There is rubber mounting for the passenger grab handles, however, there is no mounting for the handlebar or footpegs. Then, the mirrors seem too small for a bike this size. The headlight assembly on the QLINK XF is attached by rubber straps, which certainly takes away from the aesthetic appeal of the bike. Also, the handle bar crash pad seems virtually useless and is fastened by a zip tie. When starting the bike, the ignition switch is rough and feels cheap just like the welds on the frame. Once on the bike, the ride can be uncomfortable, not because of the uneven road, but because the engine creates a fair amount of vibration. In addition, the suspension adjustment is limited, which makes the bike less dynamic. The dual locking rings for the shock are almost inaccessible and the front brake does not seem to be of much use when applied. Overall, this bike would not be a recommended choice to take on a highway because of the lack of a few important features.