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Want to impress your girlfriend? There is a new trick in town

Want to impress your girlfriend? There is a new trick in town

Going all the way down to the bars

Dragging your elbow down had no real purpose really. It did not give speed nor balance. All it did was to make the rider look good. Achieving insane lean angles of up to 64 degrees, MotoGP riders have made this a phenomenon, and everyone else just loves to show off their newfound skill.

If you are trying yourself to do the same, why not take it a step higher? Here is Jimmy Hill, Andy DiBrino, and Alan Birtwistle going full Hooligan on the all-new electric 2018 Redshift MXR Motocross.

Introducing the all new sensations trick: The Bar down.

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Alta Motors dropped a powerful new Redshift MXR

Alta Motors dropped a powerful new Redshift MXR

The motocross bike gets big on power and range

The Brisbane, California based Alta Motors designs and manufactures the most advanced electric motorcycles in the industry. Starting in 2010, the firm has come a long way in establishing itself building bikes that prove to be better off-roaders than the petrol-powered counterparts.

Until now, their motorcycle line-up included a Supermoto (SM), an Enduro (EX) and a Motocross (MX) electric off-road bikes. Now, the makers are stepping up their game and have launched a brand new motorcycle called the Redshift MXR.

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Alta Motors Adds A New Model to Its Lineup

Alta Motors Adds A New Model to Its Lineup

Adding to its electric stable, Alta Motors unveils the Street Tracker, a sibling to its Redshift lineup. Alta Motors is another of these bike companies that sprang from the riding enthusiasm between a couple of friends, namely Jeff Sand and Derek Dorresteyn. It’s also another of these bike builders who recognize the need to protect the environment, though they try to play the performance card and say they’re really just after the power and flat torque curve associated with electric-drive vehicles. Sure man, whatever you say.

Continue reading for more on the expanded Alta Motors line.

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