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Amazing Off Road Electric Motorcycle Prototype Made in India

Amazing electric off road motorcycle prototype SR6 from Kolkata town( India ) is now fully functional and ready for testing. Ev market in India is growing, and Project SR is one of the new companies that sell market-ready imported products and in the meantime developing their off road electric motorcycle. This way the company can finance their electric motorcycle project without the need for investors.

Amazing Electric Motorcycle prototype Made in India by Project SR Their latest SR6 Electric Off-Road electric motorcycle uses a mid-motor similar to Sur-Ron Light Bee dirtbikes, has a lot of battery space ( 2 Kwh Panasonic PF cells battery pack ), custom made a dashboard and sine-wave speed controller.

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The 2 stage reduction reminds us again of light bee: belt drive gearing on one side and a chain reduction to the rear wheel on the other side of the motorcycle.

Prepared for jumping this electric off road bike has 180 mm rear suspension and a 200 mm front suspension. All of the components are packed in a nice tube-based frame and finished with CNC sheets and plastic covers.

SR6 Electric Off-road Motorcycle Presentation

SR6 Presentation

Project SR presents SR6 Lightweight Electric Off Road Motorcycle6KW Motor,2KWH Panasonic Battery

Objavljuje Project SR u Subota, 14. rujna 2019.

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off road electric motorcycle from india

We love the finished look of this electric motorcycle, and we are keeping our fingers crossed for Project SR to kick in the India EV market as soon as possible!

Check out Project SR website, Facebook and Instagram

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