You can figure out the correct wiring combination yourself much quicker than looking it up. When trying different combos, keep one set static either the halls or the phases, and just swap 2 at a time on the other. Small throttle pulses only...wheel off the ground obviously...chain off so the pedal doesn't whack you. Try all 6 possible, and you will get a good forward or reverse. Whichever is the smoothest sounding is the good one. If it's reverse swap 2, any 2, and only 2 of the wires that were static and go back to finding the correct combo for forward. Simple as pie, small throttle pulses can't hurt anything, and conquering wiring give you real confidence about your vehicle...most have wiring combo anxiety.
If you have the means to measure current, measure battery current at no-load with what you think is a good combo. Some false positives can be deceptive. If you try it and you have no torque, the wiring isn't right, so stop immediately.