Back in late 1017, Chinese electric vehicle outfit, East Gem unveiled its 125cc-equivalent, vintage Honda-inspired Denzel Electric Cafe Racers. Fast forward two years to today and the company has now revealed its latest electric motorcycle offering with the scrambler-style Denzel Truvor.
Penned by Barcelona-based designer, Pablo Baranoff Dorn — the same force behind the original Denzel E-Cafe Racers —the Truvor is powered by a Synchronous Magnetic Motor rated up to 12,000 watts of peak power. Limited to a 5,000rpm rev-ceiling, the Denzel motor has been paired with a DECO-M 257A controller and a lightweight battery that affords a 75-mile range. The e-bike is offered with either 17” forged wheels fore and aft, or a more off-road-oriented 19” front and 17” (or 16”) rear, meanwhile, suspension duties go to MT200 USD fork and MK mono-shock units from Taiwan-based outfit, DNM. Boasting two riding modes as well as a reverse gear, the Truvor tips the scales at between 143-165lbs and offers a top speed of up to 75mph. Housing the electric powertrain is a carbon fiber chassis (and swing-arm) supposedly developed for off-road use. Giving the chain-driven Truvor a more modern appearance is its quad-beam LED headlight, bobbed fenders, and ribbed, leather scrambler-style saddle. The Denzel Truvor is currently available for pre-order from the manufacturer, with a 30% discount being offered for early-bird buyers.
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