Bultaco Rapitan Electric Motorcycle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

When Bultaco closed its doors over 30 years ago, we thought we would never see a bike stamped with that iconic logo hit the assembly line again. Thankfully the brand is back in action, making their triumphant return with the Bultaco Rapitan.

The Spanish back manufacturer is wasting no time getting to the high-tech stuff, as they debut an all-electric 2-wheeler as their first offering. The Rapitan and Rapitan Sport will both be powered by the PowerCore eMK1. The new power plant pumps out 54 horsepower along with 92 lb-ft of torque, a setup that is good for a top speed of 90 miles per hour, all while achieving 87 miles on just a single charge. The bike is slated to hit European markets this year, and other countries around the globe shortly after. [Purchase]

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