We are aware that compared to the endless parade of new bikes and electric scooters introduced in recent months, our list looks a little thin. If we covered all the new concepts, prototypes and pre-orders for electric bikes in 2021, it would probably take a week to read the article. So, you know, we’re doing you a favor by tearing up the list.
We decided to remove the models that have not yet debuted and take a look at which electric motorcycles you can actually buy. This means that exciting news such as the Savic C Series and Kymco RevoNEX have been put aside. Provisionally. In the meantime, we can look at the newcomers you can—or can get your hands on in 2021.
If you dream that one day you have an electric super Cube, you can turn to CCS motorcycles to fulfill your fantasy. The importer of quirky Chinese motorcycles from California recently added The All-electric and very cube-looking Monterey to its selection. Monterey gives you a handy little commuter with a range that ranges from 20 to 65 miles and can reach a top speed of 32 mph. According to CSC, the bike charges in less than seven hours and is compatible with sockets between 110 and 220 volts. The Minimoto electric tilts the scales at 178 kilograms (with the battery weighing 20 kilograms on its own).
Ok, so this is not a motorcycle, but rather a new connectivity app by a motorcycle company. Quirky Swedish electric brand Cake has introduced a new app that allows current and future owners to connect to their electric bike, adjust settings, check the battery and track a ride. The app also acts as an anti-theft device in matter someone has sticky fingers on the cake. The service is currently limited to Apple iOS devices, but the company promises to add Android compatibility soon. Note that the service will also be offered on a subscription basis, and tariffs will be announced in April 2021.
Fast forward a few years and things seem to be going well for NIU. Scooters are now on the market and for 2021, it has added one more model to its range—the MQiGT. The newcomer offers a range of up to 50 miles and can reach a top speed of around 43 km / h. the power is stored in a pair of lithium-ion battery packs that are designed to be easily removed from the scooter and take up to 4.5 hours to charge (for both batteries).
Energica Rs range and Corsa Kit
While she hit a home run with the introduction of the striking new Eva Ribelle at the EICMA 2019, the energetic played her a little safer for 2021. Instead of a new beautiful model, the Italian firm announced the addition of an RS trim level for Ego, Eva Ribelle and Eva EsseEsse9. The RS stands for” Reparto Sportivo ” or sports division, meaning the new variants will receive an acceleration map update that will unleash their fury and allow them to do 0-to-60 in 2.6 seconds. Also new for 2021 is the Corsa kit available on Ego+, which allows owners to turn their bike into a track-ready beast by adding MotoE-derived components.