Hey guys and girls, I have been lurking in the forum reading random posts and learning abit. I am a Electric propulsion nut, i have had a few E-bikes that i have built one which went up to >70km/h and i have recently finished building a 50cc to electric scooter conversion driving through the CVT transmission which i am now just waiting for government red tape to allow me onto the road with it. I would like to build a high speed race bike to test afew theory's , i personally think for a performance electric vehicle a CVT transmission is godly, keeps the motor in high rpm which is fantastic for the motor and controller while multiplying the torque for low speed take off while still allowing a high top speed. The most appropriate bike i have found with a CVT that is easily adaptable to electric power is a Gilera DNA. The DNA has only 14" wheels and seeing as i want to build something that is capable of holding its own in the Electric motorbike racing i would like to know what your thoughts are on a 100kg bike with 40kw running thru a CVT hurtling down a race track at ~200km/h? Am i(or whoever rides it) going to crash and burn or is it possible with some tweaks, good tyres and some skill?