The LMX 64H can be used either like a bicycle or a motorcycle with 2 drivetrains

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LMX unveils its new LMX 64H
  • LMX is a French electric bicycle and motorcycle company.
  • The company has now unveiled its latest product: a homologated version of its LMX 64 known as the LMX 64H.
  • The bike uses an electric mountain bike geometry but offers two parallel drivetrains.
  • On the right side of the bike is a typical bicycle drivetrain with bicycle cranks, chain, and gearset.
  • But on the left side is a second, larger drivetrain that uses a 2.5 kW peak electric motor to drive a giant 100-tooth rear sprocket dedicated to the motorized drive.
  • The patented setup provides 200 Nm (147 lb-ft) of torque at the rear wheel using a chain originally designed for high power racing go-karts.

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Here is another detailed photo of the electric drive side... ;)


The EU homologation for the LMX 64H puts it in the same vehicle category as 50cc mopeds. You’ll notice it sports a license plate holder, lights, mirror, and other road-necessary components. That allows riders to use it for multiple roles, such as commuting during the week and trail climbing on the weekend. And it’s certainly much more portable than most 50cc mopeds and scooters I see riding around. The LMX 64H tips the scales at 28 kg (62 lb).
The company is currently taking pre-orders for the LMX 64H, with the MSRP of €5,760.00 (US $6,300) knocked down to €4,990.00 (US $5,400) for anyone who places a pre-order. Delivery is expected by summer 2020 after production in France begins.


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