This Electric Motorbike with Hubless Rear Wheel Hits Top Speed of 160 km/h

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Among a rash of new electric motorbikes coming on the market, Finnish company RMK is making their mark, unveiling the E2 a new electric motorcycle prototype with a hubless rear-motor wheel. The unusual looking bike has an electronically limited top speed of 160 km/h (100 mph) and is already taking pre-orders for delivery next year.

Source: RMK

Despite its high power, the RMK say the E2 will have a range of 200-300 km (124-248 mi) depending on the model. The 50 kW (67 hp) motor outputs 320 Nm (236 ft-lbs) of torque but this isn’t what sets it apart from its competitors.

Source: RMK

The bike’s head-turning hubless rear wheel hosts the bike’s electric motor, making it unusual


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