I am a big fan of the classic Cannondale Super V's. I owned several and currently own three Super V frames circa 1990-2000 and a Jekyll. I have wanted to buy an ebike for a while but I wanted a full suspension bike and the name brands start around $3k which is out of my budget, then the more affordable Chinese ebikes came out but covid demand and tariffs pushed the prices up. Then I thought to myself I have a perfectly good bike, that fits me and has the high end components I want, why not covert one of them to electric. Did a little research and decided to go with the Bafang 750 watt 48v mid drive. I went with the 750 watt to keep it a class 2 and mid drive so I could take full advantage of the gears. I got the kit and installed it onto a bare Super V frame I had. I pulled the swing arm off a 2nd Super V because it had the disc brake mounts. Took the Lefty fork off another bike and the Jekyll donated most of the running gear (wheels, derailleur, bars, brakes, etc). Because of the unusual shape of the frame I had to mount the battery on the bottom of the down tube. The kit went together with no issues (I had to buy a special spanner wrench to tighten the bottom bracket motor mount). With everything installed it fired right up and I took it for a spin. Man this thing is powerful. I live in a really hilly area and age and extra pounds have prevented me from riding my favorite routes because I could no longer climb the bigger hills. Now I just dial in a little PAS when needed and I can go anywhere. The only issue so far is that when the motor kicks in it is very abrupt at the higher levels and you need to get use to how it engages.