Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

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Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Garnet » Fri Dec 04, 2015 12:16 am

Very cool.

Some of the battery size/power/range/charge time numbers didn't add up, but I'm sure I just misheard.
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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by khittner1 » Fri Dec 04, 2015 12:06 pm

It does/did look cool, but it apparently isn't going to happen . . . http://www.cheatsheet.com/automobiles/h ... ?a=viewall

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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Rob » Fri Dec 04, 2015 2:30 pm

khittner1 wrote:It does/did look cool, but it apparently isn't going to happen . . . http://www.cheatsheet.com/automobiles/h ... ?a=viewall
How the hell do you read that article? Damn pop-ups.
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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Zombie Master » Fri Dec 04, 2015 8:26 pm

khittner1 wrote:It does/did look cool, but it apparently isn't going to happen . . .
They might not make it, but electric sporting motorcycles are coming.... just not soon enough for me. :|
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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by khittner1 » Fri Dec 04, 2015 8:58 pm

Zombie Master wrote:They might not make it, but electric sporting motorcycles are coming.... just not soon enough for me. :|
+1, but I'll need the S-bar edition.

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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Zombie Master » Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:27 am

khittner1 wrote:
Zombie Master wrote:They might not make it, but electric sporting motorcycles are coming.... just not soon enough for me. :|
+1, but I'll need the S-bar edition.
I'll need the GS edition. 8-)
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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Rob » Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:41 am

Zombie Master wrote:
khittner1 wrote:
Zombie Master wrote:They might not make it, but electric sporting motorcycles are coming.... just not soon enough for me. :|
+1, but I'll need the S-bar edition.
I'll need the GS edition. 8-)
With solar panel helmet, jacket shoulders, and bodywork?

A mini hydro-electric recharger that you can put in the creek next to your campsite to charge while you sleep?
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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Zombie Master » Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:56 am

Rob wrote:
Zombie Master wrote:
khittner1 wrote:
Zombie Master wrote:They might not make it, but electric sporting motorcycles are coming.... just not soon enough for me. :|
+1, but I'll need the S-bar edition.
I'll need the GS edition. 8-)
With solar panel helmet, jacket shoulders, and bodywork?

A mini hydro-electric recharger that you can put in the creek next to your campsite to charge while you sleep?
I just fine the dual sport riding position the best position for all types of riding. Better in the city, better in the dirt.
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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Garnet » Sat Dec 05, 2015 10:54 am

Zombie Master wrote:
I just fine the dual sport riding position the best position for all types of riding. Better in the city, better in the dirt.
The Zero DS handlebars are too low for real off road riding as seen here by an old fart wondering why there's no clutch lever:

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