Ronnie Renner Demoes the KTM Freeride E [Video]
Despite KTM spearheading the off-road machine building and claiming a rather chunky market size and obviously, of the total number of prizes to be won in such competitions, their CEO Stefan Pierer declared earlier that the Austrian brand will take things easy with the e-bikes.
The Freeride E is loaded with all the top-notch chassis and suspension technology KTM has to offer, but is rather modest in terms of power and battery specs. It offers 20-45 minutes of riding depending on the use and has a peak power of 30HP, with a top speed of 75 km/h (46 mph). The KTM Freeride E is rumored to be released with a €10,000 price tag ($12,850).