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    Pursang E-Track electric motorcycle

    The Pursang E-Track looks to be a very well designed and developed ADV-style electric motorcycle. Consumer models are being delivered to the Netherlands, but the linked article doesn't say where else it will be marketed or what the retail cost will be: https://electricmotorcycles.news/fir...cture-gallery/
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    https://www.ecenter.network/en-gb/pursang-motorcycles 14.5 euro

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard230 View Post
    The Pursang E-Track looks to be a very well designed and developed ADV-style electric motorcycle. Consumer models are being delivered to the Netherlands, but the linked article doesn't say where else it will be marketed or what the retail cost will be: https://electricmotorcycles.news/fir...cture-gallery/

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    Expensive but looks like a cool commuter for the city.
    I wonder if they'll be speedway racing these... It looks like it would be a solid flat tracker and could race the Sacramento mile in its own class.... I don't think 120km/hr can beat ice in speedway.
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    Looks exactly what I would want, except the price is the equivalent of a 1000cc ICE superbike with 250 commuter performance.
    At least they have a proper linkage rear suspension, USD forks ( unknown quality), alloy rear swingarm ( it appears to be anyway).

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    Three 48V batteries? So is it a 144V or 48V nominal pack? Interesting design either way. I do like the awesome charging cable compartment.

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