Finnish motorcycle startup RMK is now holding orders for an electric motorcycle that facilities a insubordinate circle design.
The E2 is driven by a back rim-mounted engine with a hubless pattern that looks like it was borrowed from Tron’s Lightcycle. Feeding off 3 energy cables, a pattern reduces rotational mass while delivering 67 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque.
It also works as a regenerative stop that can assistance recharge a battery, that is accessible in ranges from 124-186 miles per charge. It’s activated by a left handlebar lever, given there are not gears or clutch, while a right one activates a required twin-disc stop on a front wheel.
The long-wheelbase bike is dressed in sparse, complicated bodywork and has a digital instrument cluster with built-in navigation mounted on tip of what looks like a tank, though is unequivocally only a cover for a battery mounted where an engine is customarily found.
According to Motorcyclist, a final cost hasn’t been set though is targeted during 24,900 euros, that is around $28,000, that is a small reduction than Harley-Davidson is charging for a arriving LiveWire electric competition bike.
Unlike a electric hog, U.S. accessibility hasn’t been reliable for a E2, though if we live in Europe we can get in line for one with a 2,000 euro deposition now.