Droog’s First Electric Motorcycle Is An Aggressive & Silent Trail Titan

Oct 1, 2019

Category: Rides

When it comes to off-roading, electric motorcycles make a whole lot of sense. Known for their post-apocalyptic custom bikes, Droog Moto is taking their first step into electrified territory with the Droog Moto The E-Scrambler Motorcycle.

Starting as a Brammo Empulse R, the E-Scrambler is a customized ride built for zipping through forest trails. Droog Moto worked their magic on the bike, including a custom lift integrated into the swingarm, custom steel front and rear fenders, and a new headlight plate along with bright LEDs. It also features a sleek cover to conceal the electrical system, side covers to hide electrical wiring, and a subframe fitted with a brand new seat, giving the bike a silent assassin vibe. The tenacious adventure motorcycle sits on a pair of beefy Continental TKC 80 tires, give you ample traction when you need to tackle challenging terrain. Head to Droog Moto if you’re thinking about building your own electrified scrambler.

Learn More: Droog Moto

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