Silver Road Legal In Stock
6Kw of power, 200Nm of Torque on a bike that weighs just 50KG makes for a speed daemon that is single-speed. The Sur-Ron is equivalent roughly to a 100cc petrol bike.
The Sur-Ron is an exhilarating off and on-road electric dirt bike. Capable of up to 50 miles on a single charge and a top speed of 45mph, you're sure to be grinning every second.
Fast charging in under 3.5 hours means the fun never has to stop. With a climbing angle of 35 degrees, nothing is going to get in your way. Two modes are available - Eco (limited to 2kw of power) and sport (6Kw peak). No gears mean all power is instant.
Available in either a road legal version, or pure electric trail bike fun, the Sur-Ron is sure to keep you grinning whether you're commuting across town or scrambling up hills.
Charging the 2kWh battery is simple. It can be removed from the bike and charged on a wall socket.
The frame is light, weighing just 7.8Kg. The design of the unit has been praised in many reviews, being well thought out and focusing on the ability of the bike for the off road.
No licence needed for Off Road use.
(Can be derestricted to 45mph)
|Off Road||45mph||Grey, Red, Silver, Blue, Green|
Please note due to the light weight of this bike, 20% OLEV discount is not available
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|Minimum Ground Distance||270Mm|
|Front Axle Mass Distribution||24Kg|
|Rear Axle Mass Distribution||26Kg|
|Maximum Load Weight||100Kg|
|Motor Maximum Speed||4500R / Min|
Forced Air Cooling
|Climbing Angle||35 °|
100Km (20Km / H Speed)
|Transmission Type And Transmission Ratio||1:76|
|Drive||Belt + Chain|
Htd 8M Cxa Drive
|Tyres||70 / 100-19|
|Rims||19" x 1.4|
|Brakes||Four piston Hydraulic Disc|
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Hi there are these bikes in stock now
Hello, Yes! We have currently have stock.
Hi, is this road legal to ride without L plates if you have a full driving licence and a CBT? If so, would you still need to redo your cbt after 2 years to keep it legal? thanks
Hello, For the under 28mph model, if you have a license from before 01/02/2001, you would be able to ride without L plates and no CBT. If you gained it after 1st Feb 2001, then you would need to do a CBT. Over 28mph, you would require a CBT no matter what.
For off-road use, no license would be required.
Thank you Adam