I hate to be a naysayer, but if you live in an area that has mass transit, maybe you should consider using multiple modes of transportation. Say, bicycle to a train or subway. No street-legal e-bike is going to be able to perform like a motorcycle and get you to your destination 30 miles away quickly. (In the US, most states require e-bikes that can travel over 20 MPH or have motors over 750W to be licensed and insured as mopeds.) I don't recall reading posts on the Endless Spheres forums of people with Cyclone motors reaching high speeds (30 MPH). Some members on Endless Spheres report speeds of 30 MPH, but they're using very powerful hub motors, which produce a lot of torque. No one is sure how long the frame of a bicycle, which wasn't engineered to withstand that kind of prolonged exposure to high torque, can take that kind of abuse before something fails. Clearly, there a a number of reports of forks, including steel forks, failing due to torque from hub motors. Time will tell on the damage being done by high-powered hub motors mounted to the rear wheel. Good luck.