Roskva Electric Motorbike Coming from Norway
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It’s common knowledge that people from Northern-European countries are good at designing stuff which looks good and is usually very pleasant to use. With its covered front wheel, it’s expected to get a drag coefficient of 0.28 (extremely good for a motorbike).
Helped along by its two electric motors, which have a combined output of 92hp and 80Nm (59lb-ft), the carbon-monocoque bike is expected to get from 0-100 km/h (0-62mph) in 4.0 seconds and top out at around 160 km/h (100mph). Its battery capacity of 6kWh gives it a maximum range of about 100 km (62miles), decent numbers for a bike of this type.
We hope their plans materialize as the project itself is very promising and with ‘nordic know-how’ behind it, it’s got every chance to be great.
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