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Green Wheels: The Enertia Electric Motorbike

Half-motorcycle, half-Prius, the Enertia motorbike is bound to turn heads. With a striking design reminiscent of some Harley-Davidson and Triumph models, this bad boy only does 50 MPH top speed, which may disappoint some. Then you’ll realize it’s a 100-percent electric bike with a bunch of batteries, right as you pass that Sunoco gas station with premium hitting $4.73 a gallon.

With a charge time similar to the Tesla Roadster (three hours) and the ability to plug in pretty much anywhere, the Enertia certainly seems worth the $12,000 price tag that puts it in the league of BMW and Ducati bikes. I wonder if it’s liquid-cooled though…

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3 comments

  1. 50 mph, but no mention of the range.

  2. Some model cut grass almost like what you see on golf green. For me, electric tools is a must for all the tools I seldom need such as edger,

  3. Half-motorcycle, half-Prius, the Enertia motorbike is bound to turn heads. With a striking design

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