Bolt M-1 Electric Motorbike

Jul 29, 2015

Category: Rides

We frequently cover vehicles that are specifically engineered for the urban commuter. The latest commuter technology we’ve discovered is the Bolt M-1, a fully capable, two-wheeled electric bike that takes inspiration fro a motorcycle in its designed.

The Bolt M-1 can push out 5,500 watts to hit speeds up to 40mph, or it can be scaled down to 1,000 watts to be ridden like an e-bike. It relies solely on battery power and doesn’t use any oil or gas. It has varying modes, including an economy mode that limits it to 1,000 watts for a 50 mile range and a Sport mode that pushes 5,500 watts with a 30 mile range. It features a computerized control system with passcode protection, a USB phone charger, and a Bluetooth-connected mobile application. The Bolt M-1 charges to 90 percent in just 1.5 hours. Also notable is that it weighs just 140 pounds, so it’s not nearly as heavy as a motorcycle. The Bolt M-1 is listed for $5,495. [Purchase]

Bolt M-1 Electric Motorbike 1

Bolt M-1 Electric Motorbike 2

Bolt M-1 Electric Motorbike 3

Bolt M-1 Electric Motorbike 4

Bolt M-1 Electric Motorbike 5

Bolt M-1 Electric Motorbike 6

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Rides

QSP's Otter Flipper Knife Sports a Modified Sheepsfoot Blade

The beautiful handle echoes the same water habitat of its namesake mammal.

Posted By Ethan Brehm

Partner

adidas TERREX’s Xploric RAIN.RDY Mountain Jacket Is Built for the Outdoors

The waterproof jacket puts sustainability at the forefront.

Posted By Yoni Yardeni

Partner
Featured Image

Maserati’s Spyder Version of the MC20 Has a Smart Glass Drop-Top

The innovative electrochromic roof transforms from clear to opaque with the press of a button.

Posted By

May 26, 2022

Featured Image

Tamarit Continues Perfecting Its Custom Triumph Formula with a Cafe’d Bobber

The Spanish shop applies lessons from over 100 builds to deliver a stunning Bonnveille.

Posted By

May 25, 2022

Featured Image

Auction Block: Tesla-Powered 1975 BMW 3.0 CSI Coupé

A beautifully-restored "Batmobile" with the 450-hp powertrain from a Model Y Performance.

Posted By

May 25, 2022

Featured Image

SpeedKore Rolls Out a Custom Carbon-Bodied 1,000-HP Charger Restomod

Built for & designed in tandem with famed auto designer Ralph Gilles.

Posted By

May 24, 2022