For a deposit of just $6,384 down, you can reserve one of Sarolea’s Manx7 all-electric super-bikes, which boasts 204hp, a top speed of 150mph, and a range of 200-miles before needing a recharge. Of course, if you want to ride the motorcycle, you will need to pony up another $49,312 on delivery.

Only 250 of the hand-made bikes will hit the market, which comes equipped with the latest technology, including an all-carbon-fiber monocoque frame and an air-cooled brushless DC 3-phase electric motor, which has only one moving piece- the rotor.

There are three versions of the Manx7, with the only difference being the Lithium-ion 400v energy-dense battery system’s output and mileage, which ranges from 14kWh (@ 142-mile range) to 22kWh (@ 204-mile range). All feature a Plexiglas Poly (methyl methacrylate) carbon-fiber frame, bodywork, and swingarm, along with several wheel options, including forged aluminum, magnesium, or carbon.

The motorcycle is designed with racing in mind, and as a result, it uses some of the features found on racing bikes, including the chain-tightening system, which involves moving the motor-mount forward and back over adjusting the rear sprocket. Other racing features include the mounting of the rear brake caliper, which is embedded into the swingarm along with the footpegs, allowing for improved control at high speeds. You may have also noted the lack of a manual transmission; this is because the electric motor only has one speed and uses a direct chain drive to go from 0 to 60 in just 2.8-seconds utilizing 332ft-lbs of torque.

When all is said and done, the Manx7 is an expensive ride, and as such, it can be customized to your liking with different hardware and aesthetics (including different paint jobs) to best suit your superhero alter ego. Find out more over at Sarolea.


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