Aero E-Racer – An Italian Take On E-Bikes

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Recently introduced at EICMA, the new Aero E-Racer bike represents the culmination of almost a year of work completed by Aero Motorcycles and InMoto, an Italian motorcycle magazine, along with many local companies and craftspeople. Based on the Tacita T-Race Diabolika rally motorcycle, the new Aero E-Racer has styling inspired by off-road bikes, but it also features futuristic accents and traditional details.

The aluminum tubular frame at the back complements the leather saddle that boasts a classic diamond pattern and contrasting stitching, while at the front, the blue led lights enhance the futuristic vibe. The motorcycle has a kevlar and carbon fiber body and comes with an electric asynchronous three-phase induction engine that offers 34hp, a 10.6 kWh battery pack, a five-speed gearbox, a 300mm front disc, and 19’’ wheels. The bike has a range of 160km for city riding and 120km for highways at a speed of 88kmh, and the battery charges from 20% to full power in under four hours with a standard 3 kW charger. Photo credits: Aero Motorcycles.

 

 

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