Armstrong Electric Vehicles recently presented their first electric motor, the EB1 which is powered by a 6000W brushless DC engine. With this engine the power that can be generated reaches a top speed of 110 kilometers per hour (or about 68 mph).
In addition, this motorbike is also claimed to be able to go from zero to 60 kilometers in just 3.5 seconds, and weighs only 150 pounds.
The EB1 is entirely designed, engineered and manufactured in Alberta, Canada, where the company says it has created 30 high-value jobs in the region.
Other specifications, this motorbike produces 30 hp, and can cover a distance of about 90 kilometers on a single charge. Batteries are interchangeable and also compatible with Segway and Sur-Ron units. A higher-power battery is reportedly coming soon, although there are no details on this yet.
In the frame, the bike uses a 4130 cro-moly steel trellis, and the EB1 also gets a 6061 aluminum swingarm and billet guard. The seat of the bike can also be adjusted to 12 different positions, while the foot pegs can be adjusted to six different positions.
This electric bike features six rider-customizable riding modes, a built-in anti-theft system, a built-in OBD1 port, a touchscreen and an exclusive digital metering cluster, an auxiliary 12V power outlet, an external USB charger plug and a two-stage horn.