Founded in 1959 by an ex-employee from Montesa’s factory race team, Bultaco was a Spanish motorcycle company best known for its off-road two-stroke models — the most popular of which was the Pursang. Despite the factory closing in the early ‘80s, the Pursang name still holds a surprising amount of weight in the two-wheeled realm, which is seemingly the moniker is being revived for a forthcoming line of full-size tracker-inspired electric motorcycles.
Back in May, the first prototypes were shown at the Barcelona Motor Show, though the company has now revealed further info on specs and pricing. Both models boast sculpted tracker-style bodywork — with flip-up access to the removable batteries — LED lighting, Chromoly framework, and Morad aluminum rims, OLLÉ suspension and J-Juan brakes fore and aft. The cheaper of the two models is the $9,425 E-Street, which features a 60+ mile top speed and range, and a controller, ECU, 48V battery, and 6kW motor from Bosch. The higher-spec $14,845 E-Track (formerly known as the “BigBore”) boasts similar dirt oval racer-inspired bodywork, albeit made from carbon fiber, plus a 100-mile range, 75mph top speed, thanks to an 11kW motor paired with 3 Fijo 48V batteries. Pursang says it will be releasing a limited run of 60 E-Track units in May of 2020.