Alan Cross is a veterinary orthopedic surgeon who living in Atlanta, USA. He has spent nine months building an electric motorcycle in his garage. And for those interested to have the electric motorcycle of his work is called ExoDyne Cross is now ready for public sale.
|Alan Cross, a veterinary orthopedic surgeon in Atlanta has spent nine months building his one off ExoDyne Cross electric naked motorcross. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2vVdd22)|
The design of ExoDyne Cross electric motorcycle is quite tempting. The idea is the electric motorcycle with naked motocross theme. The front fork section is taken from Suzuki RMZ250, and the rear shock taken of RM125. For the front disc uses a Brembo product and rear brakes are also taken from other Suzuki motorcycles.
Although this motorcycle is made by home made, but this bike is not built haphazardly. The shape of the tubular chassis is pure fabricated by the veterinarian. Meanwhile, to reduce the weight, in some parts are also equipped with carbon fiber panel, making the net weight of this motorcycle is only 113 kg.
|Alan Cross's ExoDyne Cross powered by an electric motor capable of generating power as much as 11 kW. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2vVdd22)|
As its powertrain is an electric motor capable of generating power as much as 11 Kw. The electric motor is placed on the rear hub(like Viar Q1) and make it can be ridden up to 60 km/hour. But unfortunately, despite being supplied by 48 lithium-ion batteries, but this bike is only able to roam as far as 20 miles for a single charge of batteries.
Now the last of the most eccentric though it is said to be sold to the public, but Alan Cross did not say how much it cost. This means that the price of this motorcycle is determined in a personal mutual agreement between Alan Cross and the prospective buyer. But there is one thing for sure, he said if the bike managed to sold, then the money will be used to finance his next project.
Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops.... ••• [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MCN]
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