Alta Redshift EXR Electric Enduro Bike

Jun 15, 2018

Category: Rides

Miniscule but mighty, the Redshift EXR Enduro bike is built to brave multiple terrains, and all in an airy, 237 pound frame. With this slender dirtbike, 50 horsepower and 42 lb-ft. of torque go a long way.

Alta Motorsports wanted their latest electric motorcycle to be stealthy but sure-footed, able to grip onto slippery gravel ground, and take on the asphalt with ease – all with a reliable battery source that can provide the zip necessary for this power-packed adventure bike. What resulted from these parameters was a street-legal mud slinger that offers a pure and simple ride. The battery technology that Alta has conjured for their minuscule but mighty bike is the R-Pack battery, small but incredibly energy dense, with increased power and faster charge time. This little steed is a straightforward bike, with one speed, one level of power, and one ambition – to tear up any terrain you put in front of it. State of the art battery technology allows this bike to ride for 1.5 hours straight without stopping to charge.

Purchase: $12,495

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