If many riders are already willing to put up with the limited range of electric motorcycles, the majority still can’t accept the outrageous price tags that some of the not so impressive models carry.
However, year after year, the number of affordable electric two wheelers is growing and slowly enters the price category that will not bankrupt you. In this episode we gathered the cheapest e-motorcycles that could become ideal daily commuters or serve as your second bike to bomb around the city.
Similar videos previously released on #AutomotiveTerritory:
Electric motorcycles featuring the most innovative tech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrw-HIevjlE
New electric scooters that you should check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5sRTtK-wpo
All models shown in this #ATelectricbikes episode:
Daymak Rogue: daymak.com/rogue.html
Inspired by the legendary Ducati Monster motorbike, Daymak Rogue is an all-electric daily commuter powered by a 500W e-motor and a 1.44 kWh battery. It is priced at $2.3k and has the expected range of 31 mph.
Super Soco TS, TC, and TC Max: supersoco.eu/en
Super Soco is a Chinese company that manufactures a range of three affordable electric bikes TC, TS, plus in 2019 the lineup is being expanded by the TC Max.
Daymak EM2: daymak.com/em2.html
2019 Daymak EM2 is one of the largest bikes in Daymak line-up, and with 75 inches of total length, it easily accommodates a rider and a passenger. It has 20 mph top speed, 37 miles of range and is priced at $3,000.
Sur-Ron White Ghost: sur-ron.com/angel?_l=en
2019 Sur-Ron White Ghost is a new Chinese city commuter powered by a small brushless electric motor and a 4.2kW battery, the bike is expected to offer around 62 mi of range in city conditions. Priced around $3,500, it is aimed at the middle-class consumers.
Fly Free Smart Classic: flyfreesmart.com
2019 Fly Free Smart Classic is the second model by the CA-based Fly Free Smart Motorcycles. It belongs to the old-school class of café racers, but comes powered by a modern 3kW electric motor. The bike is priced from $6,399, when equipped with one battery that offers up to 50 miles of riding on a charge.
Denzel ECR V1: denzelmotors.com
2019 Denzel ECR V1 is the most recent addition to the company’s lineup that has café racer styling, a 14 hp e-motor and a maximum speed of 58 mph. It is also the first bike that the company considers importing to the US to sell via a network of partner dealers.
EMFlux One is the first ever all-electric superbike built and designed in India. It is expected to be launched by the end of 2019 with the price starting at around $8,000 for the basic trim and $15k for the full package.
Evoke Urban Classic and Urban S: evokemotorcycles.com
Evoke Motorcycles has been in existence since 2014, creating two electric motorcycle models for city commuting. The Urban S is a naked street bike, while the Urban Classic is a retro-styled café racer.
Zero Motorcycles FX: zeromotorcycles.com/zero-fx
2019 Zero FX is the cheapest Zero e-bike with naked styling and motocross performance. The bike starts from $8,495 and is available in two modifications: the base modular ZF3.6 and the higher capacity ZF7.2.
City Slicker cscmotorcycles.com/New-Inventory-2019-CSC-Motorcycles-Motorcycle-Scooter-City-Slicker-Azusa–5652551
The City Slicker is one of the most talked about electric bikes in the US, since it has the pricetag that undercuts any of the competitors. The motorcycle is sold in the US by an exclusive importer CSC Motorcycles located in California and is manufactured in China by Zongshen.
Honda eCub2 from Shanghai Customs: sh-customs.com/home
The eCub 2 by Shanghai Customs is either a ready-made model or a conversion kit that turns the Honda Cub into an electric bike.