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    When were the first electric motorcycles sold?

    Harmful levels of nitrogen oxides in the atmosphere have been linked to an estimated 40,000 premature deaths in the UK each year; combined with incentives, restrictions and taxation, all industries with a heavy reliance on petrol and diesel are looking to alternative energy sources, and electric motorcycles are included in those visions.


    Not to be confused with ‘e-bikes’ or ‘pedelecs’, which have a maximum power output of 250W, pedals, and a maximum speed of 15.5mph, electric motorcycles have been experimented with since the late 1860s. Only in 1996 did they first enter mass production though, with Peugeot’s ‘Scoot’Elec’, which reached speeds of 28mph and had a 25 mile range. Not many were sold though.

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    Re: When were the first electric motorcycles sold?

    Ultimately, only you can decide if an electric motorcycle is for you. If you like to spend your Sunday afternoons disassembling your bike and putting it back together again, or you like the petrol roar of your ride’s engine, you might want to stick to a petrol motorcycle. But if you’re looking for a zero-emission, economical, low-maintenance ride, or you just want to be at the forefront of the electric wave, then an electric motorcycle might just be for you (feel free to check out our things you need to own for having an electric motorcycle article if you're tempted!)

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    Re: When were the first electric motorcycles sold?

    When it comes to mileages and total distance per charge, a full battery should see the TC Max achieving around 60 miles, depending on how you ride it. Myself and Brett got to around 30% remaining of the battery after riding around for a good few hours (3-ish), and there was no noticeable drop in power as you got further in to the battery core.

    Recharging is possible by plugging the bike in which is nice and easy – although I’d make sure you have the set up at work to charge it up if you do plan on using the TC Max as you’re commuter. Not only would you be “filling up” whilst you work, you probably wouldn’t have to pay for the electric either…

    If you’ve got an average commute of, say, 5 miles, this battery would last you near enough all week – and can be recharged in 4 hours or so – so we’ll say overnight to be sure. That’s an incredible incentive for getting one in my eyes, paired with the alluring zero annual road tax and the normal benefits for commuting to work by motorcycle, you’ve seriously got to consider one as a commuting star. Plus you'll turn up to work with a smile on your face!

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    Re: When were the first electric motorcycles sold?

    In the ever-evolving world of children's electric vehicles, the Hyper GOGO Cruiser 12 Pro has emerged as a standout in 2024. This kids electric motorcycle is not just a means of transport; it's an emblem of modern childhood adventure. It's where technology meets the open road of imagination, catering to the young, spirited adventurers. Let's explore the myriad features that make the Cruiser 12 Pro a phenomenon in the world of kids' electric motorcycles.

    First, let's delve into the audio-visual extravaganza that is the Cruiser 12 Pro. The motorcycle is equipped with an advanced Bluetooth music playback system. This feature transforms every ride into a personalized concert, where children can stream their favorite tunes while cruising through parks or neighborhoods. The fun doesn’t end with just music; the RGB Audio System elevates the experience. This system is not merely a series of lights; it's an interactive spectacle that dances to the rhythm of the music. As the beats pulse, the lights emanate a vibrant glow, creating a mesmerizing aura around the motorcycle. This synchronization of sound and light not only captivates the young riders but also enchants the onlookers, making every ride an event to remember.

    With a focus on user-friendliness, the system is designed to be easily operable by children. They can choose their music through a simple, intuitive interface, ensuring their focus remains on riding safely while enjoying their favorite tracks. The audio quality is meticulously calibrated to deliver crystal clear sound, ensuring an immersive experience without compromising on the auditory health of the young riders. The RGB lights are strategically placed to offer maximum visibility, not just for aesthetic appeal but also for added safety during twilight rides. This harmonious blend of technology creates an environment that’s not just about traveling from point A to point B; it’s about enjoying the journey in a vibrant, musical bubble.

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