With both electric motorcycles and flat track racing both experiencing marked influxes in popularity at the moment, it’s frankly unsurprising that a new Belgian EV upstart, Trevor Motorcycles has released an electric dirtbike dubbed the FTR Stella.
Offered in “Ice White” or “Mighty Black,” the FTR (or “Flat Track Racer”), features a Molybdenum trellis chassis made by fellow Belgian outfit, Workhorse Speedshop, while its swappable 2.6kWh battery pack is produced by top-shelf e-bike outfit (and TT competitors), Sarolea Performance. Extremely lightweight at just 165lbs, the FTR offers a 1.5-hour ride time with the standard battery, as well as a 50mph top speed and a 110ft-lb of torque output at the rear wheel. Equipped with a sleek tracker-style tail, faux tank, and front number-board, the design also features a storage area that can accommodate a second 2.6kWh battery, doubling its range. The running gear on the Stella is all top-of-the-line, too, with Beringer brakes, Domino bars, Ohlins STX 46 shock and custom 43 fork, and Excel rims shod in Dunlop DT3 flat track-specific rubber. Sold with a two-year mechanical warranty, the off-road-only Trevor FTR Stella is available for preorder at $14,495 (for the single battery version), with shipping slated to begin in mid-2021.
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