yeah that's what I was thinking!Great to see so many well known motorcycle companies getting onto the E-bike wagon. Love the look and design of this one as well as others offered by these mfgs. Looks like pricing may be way up there along with the Orange Alpine(UK) and the Pivot Shuttle E-bikes. Wouldn't be surprised.
Honda was building ebikes decades ago but not anymore...Oh wow, I did not see the Honda version. Does not seem like a lot of these are making it over to the USA. Bummer. Okay, who's next...
Very cool with interesting designs. Thanks for posting.Honda was building ebikes decades ago but not anymore...
They were popular in Japan and Asian countries, and I heard they sold some to Europe but never been available in USA/Canada due to zero market demand for ebikes.
Here are some examples:
1995 Honda Racoon Compo
1997 Honda Racoon 26LX
1996 Honda Racoon CX
I ride a Ducati Multistrada (in addition to my Haibike Urban Plus). It is 'point and shoot', very balanced and agile. Ducati knows suspension! If they bring this to ebikes, it would be worth a look.Wow, nice looking bike. Interesting that Ducati chose to go with a mtb for their initial offering.
From the picture, looks like Ducati will just slap Rockshox or something and call it a day.I ride a Ducati Multistrada (in addition to my Haibike Urban Plus). It is 'point and shoot', very balanced and agile. Ducati knows suspension! If they bring this to ebikes, it would be worth a look.
You do realize that concept of Multistrada was to put 4 different types of motorcycle in 1 right?I’ll wait for the Multestrada road version.
The Ducati branding on the Thok MG, which has been an available as a high end option for a few years, just reinforces the marketing appeal of eBikes.
And don’t forget Bultaco who actually has developed an eBike from the ground up
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