Alta Motors x Taylor Shift Redshift EX Motorcycle

Oct 31, 2017

Category: Rides

There’s something highly unique and one-off brewing in the Taylor Stitch workshop, something unlike anything else on the market or like anything the San Francisco brand has released before. It’s a Redshift Ex electric motorcycle, completed in conjunction with Alta, and looks to serve as a truly special one-of-a-kind collaboration.

Boasting a water-cooled 14,000 RPM electric motor, a WP 4CS suspension built with custom specifications, and one of the most energy-dense battery packs around, this electric bike surely isn’t here to toy around. Taylor Stitch also managed to contribute their own designer saddle for the ride along with a collaboration decal pack for good measure. And with both on-road and off-road capability, the Redshift EX is certain to be an ideal dual purpose ride from the rugged Sierra Nevada foothills down to the coastline. All told, the ride hosts 40 horses at your disposal, 120 ft-lbs of torque, Warp 9 high-performance wheels, and a total weight of only 275 pounds.

Purchase: $15,495

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