1.) America’s leading e-moto brand Zero was on hand showing
off their impressive line of six different models, including the
$16,000 DSR model, which is upgraded from the standard dual-sport model that costs $5000 less. With a top speed of 98 mph,
the Zero is ;ush with name-brand components like Showa suspension and Pirelli tires. www.zeromotorcycles.com
2.) From the minimalist, high-tech scooters to the roguish,
Frankenstein-like e-superbikes, the best thing about the EICMA
show is the wide variety of bikes being displayed.
3.) Torrot hails from Madrid, Spain, and besides a range of
kid-speci;c mini e-moto bikes, they also had on hand their
attractive Muvi scooter. The belt-drive scooter is powered by two
48-volt/25-amp-hour batteries stowed under the seat.
4.) Oddly, the Kuberg Free-Rider is a bike we’re told is “primarily
built for teenagers”—although adults are still allowed to ride it.
The Free-Rider is the top-end model of the Kuberg family, which
is based on kids’ e-bikes. Although the trellis frame looks on the
spindly side, the 84-pound bike runs with a 48-volt motor with
a 22.2-amp-hour battery. Top speed is a claimed 34 mph with a