I'd like to show a couple pics of my bikes, but everytime I reduce the file size so it will be an acceptable size, the resolution becomes terrible. So here's a little eye candy. It's a pic of just the rear dropouts of my good bike. It's a Scott CR1 SL. What you're looking at is CNC machined 7000 series aluminum bonded to carbon fiber.
The Torque is 0.13 Nm per amp and the motor is rated for 225 amps max but I only run it up to about 160 amps since the controller was using 190 amp fets on the output bridge and yes full torque at ZERO RPM and it remains pretty flat up to max rpm. Weirdest thing when I first drove it was getting used to the constant acceleration until the maximum battery voltage was reached then it just stopped accelerating.
Don't have any pictures of mine, but it's an early '80's ('82ish) Motobecane with a Vitus frame.
It looks alot like this '83:
Mine hasn't been been modified yet. The mods (if you can call them such) are that it now has a large milk carton on the back, and handles wrapped in gaff tape (the original foam handles have disintegrated). I'm thinking of spray painting it green and black, but the original paint job is pretty nice and would probably cost a bundle to have redone if I decide to go back to the more conservative look. I love it to death though. Even with the bit box on the back, it's fast as hell. I can keep up with traffic when going down the bridge with the wind behind me. I don't do any off road biking, so I don't have a mountain bike. Most of my riding is in traffic.