According to Regulation No. 85 UN/ECE, the rated continuous power is only calculated for the classification in the registration and driving license categories of an electric motorcycle. The legislator understands this to mean the maximum performance that a engine It can deliver for 30 minutes each time. The best possible performance is not shown at this point.
Thus, there are electric 125s that deliver more power than you might expect, inspiring an extra kick available momentarily—and legally—. In some cases, that extra force that exceeds the 125 limit which is 15 horse Exceeds, within a few horsepower. However, with some bikes, the increase in power is massive, with the top sometimes having 59 horse (!) at. The idea of 16-year-olds riding a two-wheeler bike to school is annoying. Fabulous and dangerous at the same time? We introduce five vehicles and rate them and their added strength.
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SR . electronic helicopters
SR electronic helicopters are breaking the mold. And not just because it’s an electric chopper. The clean exterior is just as eye-catching as the gorgeous 240 rear tire. The engine generates a maximum torque of 109 Nm and a maximum output of 59 horse. With a manageable weight of 248 kilograms, this is definitely an advertisement.
Swiss Peter Fässler developed the SR himself and is now offering it in small series for €63,650. The maximum speed is estimated at 135 km / h. With a wheelbase of 1.80m, experience is a must to move the SR. Although it Section. The high price will prevent most people from buying this car, especially the parents of the 16-year-old novice driver.
E bike? Bidlik? Motorcycle? Anyone standing in front of an eRockit will likely scratch their head at first. Not because of the crazy look of the unique device. But because of the concept behind it. You have to pedal as you would on a bike, which is good for your health. However, the pedals act like a throttle grip on a motorcycle and give impulses to the electric motor.
He drives the rear wheel briefly with up to 21.7 horse And it makes eRockit convenient for highways. Continuous output is “only” 5 kW (6.8 horse). This means that the eRockit can be driven with a B196 driver’s licence. Driving pleasure is great, the price is high: it starts at 11,850 euros, and the extra power is justified.
KTM Freeride E-XC
Motocross and enduro fans light up their eyes when they see the letters K, T and M is reading. The Austrians’ machines, mostly in orange, have the full off-road proficiency of the KTM. The perfect combination of an enduro for plowing through terrain and an experimental machine for complex climbs called the KTM Freeride.
There is also electric. With up to 24.5 horse (Continuous performance: 12 horse), a weight of 111 kg and a travel time of 90 minutes. Then you either recharge your Freeride E-XC in 110 minutes or replace the battery. So if you want to blaze through the dirt, the E-XC is the right choice. Price: 11,199 euros. The KTM’s extra horsepower is manageable and therefore within the limits.
California’s Zero was the first to start building electric motorcycles in 2006. American bikes tempt technology enthusiasts with their detailing – eg hollow frame parts to reduce weight. The Supermoto FXE is currently one of the cheapest ways to drive the Zero from €13,650.
The FXE runs on 17-inch wheels and charges in 1.8 to 9.7 hours, depending on the charger. It is powered by the weaker Zero engine with a power of 33 kW. The required power is supplied by the smallest battery in the manufacturer’s portfolio with 7.2 kWh. One A 1There is a B196 compatible version with 11 kW continuous output, but it also has a maximum output of 44 hp – a lot of good stuff!
Similar photo with Sister Zero DS. It is the Californian model with the longest tradition. The DS Like its sister, it can be driven with an A1 or a B196 driver’s license thanks to its 11 kW of continuous power. At its peak, it delivers real 56 horsepower, accelerates like a Golf GTI and has more torque than a Suzuki Hayabusa! very sensitive!
With its studded tires and long travel springs, the Zero DS is recommended for touring motorcycles on cobblestone roads. Standard batteries have 14.4 kWh, optionally 18 kWh. Note: Zero gives five years Guarantee On all batteries, with no mileage limit. Price: from 16,540 euros.