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2011 Roehr eSuperSport
Roehr has announced an updated eSuperSport for 2011. The outgoing model rode on a Hyosung GT250R chassis, made 48hp with it's 5.8kWh of battery capacity, weighed in at 395lbs and was priced at $16,995. The new bike makes 67hp from 7.7kWh, weighs 470 and costs $17,995. In case you weren't counting, that's 19 more hp and 1.9kWh more for your extra $1000. Along with the extra muscle comes 75lbs wort...
06 May 2011
eRoehr eSuperbike: 135mph on batteries
Coming hot on the heels of yesterday's Brammo Empulse is an entirely different take on electric performance. The eRoehr eSuperbike is eFaster but also eWay more expensive. It's also based around and existing eChassis, that of the eHyosung GT250R and will only be produced in eLimited numbers. Still, 96bhp and 135mph is eImpressive. >There's actually three bikes here, but they all look about identic...
16 July 2010
Roehr eSuperBike: $27,595, 210lb/ft, Hyosung GT250R frame
When these pictures, the first ever of the new So why a Korean frame on an expensive, electric, American sportsbike? Cost. Roehr looked at simply adding an electric powertrain to the V-Rod-powered 1250sc superbike, but the cost would have been staggering, north of $70,000. But Walter didn't want to compete with Mission Motors, he wanted to give buyers world-class...
10 May 2010
Roehr eSuperbike: 96bhp, 210lb/ft, zero emissions
Illinois-based Roehr Motorcycles is planning a range of two electric motorcycles. The first, the Roehr eSuperbike produces 96bhp and 210lb/ft of torque using a 10kWh lithium iron phosphate battery pack and an AC induction motor , will be entered in the TTXGP's US race series. The second, the Roehr eSupersport, should considerably more affordable and will use a 6kWh lithium iron phosphate powering ...
04 January 2010
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