OK then,.. lets accept that there are some bikers that will put in 300k on the one bike with few major rebuilds ...
...but also accept that it is a pretty exclusive club !
Now thats quite an achievement on a IC cruiser bike, ( I suspect you would need some mighty forearms & back strength to do it on a sport bike !) .. but to attempt 300k on an Emoto bike with its limited range and recharge times ...??
..yes , that would be quite a task !
It makes touring a little more difficult, but I dont know, take away about 14k of my ~58, and pretty much all of that could have been done on 100 mile range. I have about 12k a year just commuting alone. The low maintenance of the Zero is a huge boon. More people should ride like Ykick and I do, and not just as toys....but as toys too of course
p.s. There are a few bikes, the goldwing and the st1300, for a start, old Airhead BMWs, that have notably gone 300k without any major rework. There are many bikes that are only designed to last 30k though, and I think that's what shys many people away from really using them everyday to get places. I should note that most of these ultra-high mileage bikes are touring bikes, so super-easy mileage. An ebike doesn't really care though, with the exception of a couple of bearings, 200k commuting miles is very possible. There is of course a shelf life of the cells, which may affect overall range more quickly. Lack of use is no excuse though.