MOT-SD175FW is an electric scooter motor and its shaft spins to fast to use with a full-size bicycle unless a massive wheel sprocket was used with it. I ran a calculation and found that a 125 tooth wheel sprocket would be needed.
In order to use a standard size bicycle freewheel sprocket on the rear wheel, a gear motor such as out item # MOT-24450G would be needed.
MOT-24650P would work on an electric bicycle and has the right gear reduction so that a large wheel sprocket would not be needed. The only downfalls of using an MOT-24650PL on a bicycle is its large size and that sprockets which fit this motor are only available for #41/#420 chains. It also has a clockwise shaft rotation so it should be used in clockwise rotation for forward use, which means that it would need to either power the right side wheel sprocket for inboard mounting, or be mounted offboard of the bike to power the left side wheel sprocket, and it is a big motor so I think that offboard mounting would not be feasible.
#41 and #420 chain have 1/2" pitch, however, are 1/4" wide between inner plates instead of 1/8" wide and 3/32" wide like bicycle chain are. I have heard of people running chains that are wider than the sprocket though so it may work. Due to the motor's advanced brush timing, running in reverse is recommended for intermittent reversing applications, however not for continuous forward applications. Some people run brushed motors in reverse continuously though so it is possible.
For the MOT-24650PL motor, our 24 Volt 1000 Watt SPD-241000 controller is compatible and we recommend a minimum battery pack size of two 12V 15Ah batteries. The MOT-24650PL motor is 10" long from end to end so it is a fairly large motor to mount on a bicycle.
Another idea you may want to think about is using two MOT-24450G motors with one chain running between the two motors and wheel sprocket - I have see this done before. These motors are narrow and can be mounted close to the axle to keep the center of gravity low. We carry freewheel sprockets for these motors which in a dual motor setup would allow one motor to be on for low power applications such as slower speed on flat ground, and two motors to be on for high power applications such as climbing hills or going fast. We carry mounting plates for them which is our item # HDW-250. Here are some photos of how the MOT-24450G motor is commonly mounted to a bicycle frame.