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Speed

160km/h

Power

64HP

Range

150km

Charge

4 hrs

eScrambler, The world’s first production electric Scrambler

Drawing inspiration from the popular Trackers and Scramblers of the 1970/80s, ESCRAMBLER™ is the start of a new era. Classic looks backed up by insane performance and industry leading MSRP – ESCRAMBLER™ is a premium electric motorcycle at an affordable price. Early adopter sales have begun (non ABS brake versions) – Contact Switch for details.

$12,499 USD

THE WORLD’S FIRST PRODUCTION ELECTRIC SCRAMBLER.

Drawing inspiration from the popular Trackers and Scramblers of the 1970/80s, the ESCRAMBLER™ is the start of a new era and offers a refreshing take on the electric motorcycle industry. Striking looks backed up by insane performance and industry leading MSRP – the ESCRAMBLER is a premium electric motorcycle at an affordable price. Initial early adopter sales have already begun (non ABS brake versions) – Contact Switch for details.

Specification Overview

50KW IPM
150-170KM/H
150KMS
70HP
12KWH
5HR
REGEN.
900AMP
140KG
6061 ALU.
LED
ALU. RIMS
USD FORK
ADJ. SHOCK
1/2 SEAT OPT.
BRAKES
CRUISE
BELT DRIVE
ABS
CAN-BUS
KEYLESS
WIFI
GPS
USB

Componentry matching performance

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NO NONSENSE MINIMALISM.

Danish design meets Kiwi ingenuity. ESCRAMBLER™ is designed entirely in 3D by ex-Yamaha Japan Advanced Labs and former Flat Tracking champion Michel Riis Eriksen, and engineered by electric bike veteran Matthew Waddick. The bike is produced in factory to the highest level of quality and finish.

NO NONSENSE MINIMALISM.

Danish design meets Kiwi ingenuity! The ESCRAMBLER™ is designed entirely in 3D by ex-Yamaha Japan Advanced Labs and former Flat Tracking champion Michel Riis Eriksen, and engineered by electric bike veteran Matthew Waddick. The bike is produced in factory to the highest level of quality and finish.