Curtiss Motorcycles Zeus Electric Bobber

Apr 15, 2019

Category: Rides

Curtiss Motorcycles has quickly become a household name in the moto industry thanks to bold, instantly-recognizable design language and a forward-thinking embracement of renewable energy systems. And both of those things are abundantly clear in their sinister-styled Zeus Electric Bobber.

Designed on the same platform as the cafe racer all-electric bike of the same name, the Zeus is good for an impressive range of 280 miles per charge and boasts a whopping 190 horsepower alongside 145 foot-pounds of torque. Those performance figures are complemented beautifully by the bike’s machined modular aluminum monocoque and carbon fiber fuselage, as well as its girder-style front-end suspension and cantilevered monoshock rear swingarm. And while this bike is available in a raw aluminum finish, we’re quite partial to the anodized black upgrade option. Available as early as 2020, reservations are available now with a $6,000 prepayment that goes toward the starting price of $60,000.

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