Just some pics of my bike. I must say that I can't remember the last time I had to service anything on my bike. I believe I drove the whole riding season last year and so far this year without needing to repair a single thing on my bike. In the past on my raptor 165 build I was repairing stuff at least every week it seemed.
My goal in building the Q76R was making it completely maintenance free so that basically I don't have to constantly be repairing things on it. I think I met that goal, and this is with constant 2 hour rides where I do a lot of off-roading and jumps. My high speed fan cooled motor also is holding up without any issues, even with all the electronics required to run it and running it for sometimes 2 hours at a time at very high RPM, I'm basically feeding it 12 volts and 6 amps.
The only thing I do with my bike is I usually quickly check some bolts before any long rides, usually the swingarm bolts and the axle nuts as they do loosen. Since I use nord-lock washers on them they very rarely loosen but since I'm off-roading and riding over fallen trees and making hard hits it is possible for these to loosen up and they need to be checked. Ever few rides I also check my fork bolts and side cover bolts. Most bicycle manufactures recommend checking all the bolts before each ride.
I've got rid of the pedals and this was really the best thing since going with a motorcycle seat. Footpegs are by far superior to pedals from everything like handling the bike, having much greater ground clearance, and also with taking stress off your knees. You can really land high jumps and its not painful with footpegs. Also from doing constant sitting and standing on the bike this would aggrivate my right knee with pedals, this doesn't aggrivate my right knee anymore with the footpegs. While I don't have issues with my knees in general, I always had what seemed to be a weaker right knee since I was a child and the pedals definitely aggravated it.
I also run an SJ4000 cam as a dash cam on the rear of my bike. When I turn on my DC/DC converter it starts up and records. I still plan on adding an action dash cam to the front of my bike as I have the 12 volts wires there to power it. This way I'll have front and rear recording during my whole rides. This is very important to have this as its cheap insurance if you get hurt. Since all it takes to turn it and and record is a push of a button as it records over itself when the memory card is full, it really makes sense just to have cameras on your bike.
Another great thing on my bike is I"m running Duro Razorback 26x3.00 on the front. They are such fat tires and very robust, almost the perfect ebike tire by far and I've done a lot of research into bicycle tires. These have the harder tread compound. These things are simply awesome tires as I've put thousands of miles on them and they don't wear out. I do a lot of street riding and they hold up extremely well, the knobs on them wear very slowly on the concrete.
Its too bad these tires are hard to find and I believe they don't make them anymore. They also offer a softer compound razorback so you would need to avoid those. The softer compound is called Recoil 47a soft compound, it will say this on the sidewall, and I own one of these tires and it is a much softer tire, almost feels a bit like a folding tire its so soft. While I didn't ride it I would have to assume that it will wear much quicker than the normal razorback compound which is very stiff. If you can't find the normal compound then you may still want to give the 47a a try to see how long they last.
I found a seller with these a while back and bought out his complete stock of them, so I'm sitting on like 10 of these tires.