Michael Czysz’s latest MotoCzysz electric motorcycle was recently shown off in its full glory, and boy it sure is impressive. With a carbon fiber frame and an engine that packs up nearly 200 horsepower, the bike weighs less than 500 pounds. Michael Czysz has plans for the E1pc to become the first electric bike to break the 100mph average lap at the Isle of Man TT.
While the full specs of the bike haven’t been released yet, it is said to have several improvements over the 2010 model which includes a shortened wheelbase for quicker turning, improved weight distribution, nearly 200 horsepower, nearly 30% more torque, more energy in the battery, a reduced weight and improved aerodynamics.
Besides looking extremely sleek and fast, the bike has been touted by its creator as “[expletive deleted] fast.” Which I’m pretty sure the bike will have no trouble living up to. Head here to check out more images of the electric motorbike.
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