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This Futuristic 124MPH Electric Motorcycle Was Built For Speed

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Jul 10, 2019

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Jumping ahead on the timeline, this experimental two-wheeler showcases the future of road rocket design. The Zero XP Electric Motorcycle By Untitled Motorcycles reinvents the SR/F bike into a slick beast that feels right at home in any sci-fi movie.

At the core of the Zero XP is a machined aerospace-grade aluminum powertrain housing the charger, batteries, and motor. It has a 14.4kW box that generates 140 lb-ft of torque, allowing the movie-worthy motorcycle to reach a top speed of 124 mph. Hugo Eccles of Untitled Motorcycles found his inspiration in drag bikes and made it a point to embody raw power with this build. The bike has a modified frame, Showa suspension, Motogadget Motoscope Mini LED display, and keyless RFID ignition. And it’s dipped in Ghost Grey aircraft paint, giving it a pristine, timeless aesthetic. The Zero XP electrified bike looks like a sleek street shark ready to devour the road ahead.

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