I'm so glad I have you guys to point out the flaws in my plan.
I never considered the heat buildup from blocked airflow. One issue I would have to address.
Starting out on the bike's power was a non-starter in my book because of the torque requirement and I had planned to power it supplemental to the Leaf, not in full on the bike.
Frame/fork stress was brought into my mind, but I had intended to use stabilizer struts and limit straps on the forks to overcome this. I have seen tire to tire burnout battles where 100+hp bikes pushed against the forks with more force than I predict here, but time is a factor to multiply damage. The load on the rear tire from just the weight of the bike will give adequate traction at my prescribed speeds.
Fabrication costs would be minimal, as I have machine shop access from friends, as well as sage advise against it.
From my engineering standpoint, stress on the bike powertrain will be the biggest issue blocking me. I think the car would handle this configuration quite well.
The one issue I really expected brought up from someone was legality.
I have decided that a u-haul will be the prime choice, but it still dwells in my mind that this is do-able. I counted up all the items that I really want to take with me, and as much as I want to be a minimalist in this move, it's a simple matter of redneck physics vs. real world demands.
On that note, but not within my time constraints, I had also formulated a plan to tow my utility trailer loaded with my 230lb 7.5k genset, and the 650lb bike adding up to just under 1100 lbs, and charge from the genset in remote locations. However, doing the math, charge times from driving conditions of 4.5 m/kwh would take 70 hours charging at 6kw and that doesn't account for the added load of the trailer. I could spend a lot of time on the side of the road like that. Maybe more if the genset breaks down.
For the guys out there cheering for this, I'm sorry. I surrender my redneck card. Couldn't do it.
For the naysayers, thank you, you pretty much guaranteed my safety and sanity in this move. I respect you.
I can afford any of the reasonable methods of transport to get my toys to their new home, but I was looking for an excuse for adventure. And I'm a miser.