• How about an E-Cafe Racer for you?

  • Heavily influenced by Honda's 125cc classic motorcycles
  • Designed by Barcelona-based Pablo Baranoff with the help of a Chinese electric vehicle company East Gem, aka Denzel
  • Powered by a 7500 W electric motor from 72V Panasonic lithium-ion batteries
  • Huge front grills for air intake package the motor-battery, neatly tucked in
  • Round headlamps shout Cafe Racer
  • An LCD on the tank displays battery information managed by Kelly KLS 7218SW controllers
  • Nifty storage units embedded in the body
  • Comes with Electronic brake system with regeneration function
  • Curved saddle and gold sprockets take the Cafe-Racer game very seriously
  • Range 75 miles. Top speed: 60 mph
  • Baranoff build the entire motorcycle from scratch He designed the seat, frame, tires, suspension units, rims, lights, front lamp, hubs, etc., all by himself
  • Available for pre-order starting from January 2018 Shipping only from May 2018
  • Price: $5000
  • Comes filled with other features wireless access key with alarm, cruise control and wights just 160 lbs
  • You also get a 5-year warranty

Saving the environment wearing some jazzy clothes

"The future is electric. Why not make it stylish?" might as well be the tagline for this custom designed motorcycle from China..err.. also from Spain, that has been heavily influenced by Honda’s 125cc classic motorcycles.

Designed by Barcelona-based Pablo Baranoff, this e-bike has been built with the help of a Chinese electric vehicle company East Gem, aka Denzel. The whole idea was to create a functional good-looking motorcycle, and with what we get to see, I think they have done just that.

How about an E-Cafe Racer for you? Exterior
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Heavily influenced by Honda’s 125cc classic motorcycles

Baranoff is a self-made artist who already has prior experience in building electric bicycles. And East Gem has a well-equipped factory that has been making electric vehicles ranging from cars, bikes, motorcycles, and ATVs’. When the two met, the Denzel Electric Cafe Race was born.

Prototyped using a Honda 125cc Cafe Racer, the folks at Denzel replaced the internal combustion with an electric powerplant and managed to give it all the cafe-racer elements like the round headlamp, spoked wheels, and the curved saddle. Fit and finish remain top-notch.

How about an E-Cafe Racer for you? Exterior
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Designed by Barcelona-based Pablo Baranoff
with the help of a Chinese electric vehicle company East Gem, aka Denzel

The electric motor and battery components get neatly packed behind the huge front grill and plastic panels that also come with nifty little compartments for the " essential elements to be with you always." Small details like this make the Electric-Cafe Race a treat.

Baranoff had to build the entire motorcycle from scratch. He designed the seat, frame, tires, suspension units, rims, lights, front lamp, hubs, etc, all by himself. He also builds a second model of this Electric Cafe Race that has a second alternative body, build with steel and aluminum.

How about an E-Cafe Racer for you? Exterior
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Huge front grills for air intake
package the motor-battery, neatly tucked in
How about an E-Cafe Racer for you? Exterior
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Nifty storage units embedded in the body
How about an E-Cafe Racer for you? Exterior
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An LCD on the tank displays battery information
managed by Kelly KLS 7218SW controllers
How about an E-Cafe Racer for you? Exterior
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Round headlamps shout Cafe Racer

The body has a three-part structure: bigger front grill with a more aggressive design, more air-intakes and easily accessible storage components that come together to make a beautiful looking machine.

The bikes are built to compete against the 125cc motorcycles and are loaded with features that make it a bargain. The 7500W motor sucks power from 72V Panasonic lithium-ion batteries to put out an impressive 60mph top speed, and a range of 75 miles.

How about an E-Cafe Racer for you? Exterior
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Baranoff build the entire motorcycle from scratch
He designed the seat, frame, tires, suspension units, rims, lights, front lamp, hubs, etc., all by himself

Kelly KLS 7218SW controllers display battery and motor properties right onto an LCD display unit embedded within the tank. You also get wireless access key with alarm, electronic brake system with regen function, and cruise control function to help the rider gain positive experiences on these bikes.

The Denzel Electric Cafe Race will be available for pre-order starting from January 2018 and will cost $5000. The final products will be shipped in may 2018 and will come with a 5-year warranty too.

Not bad at all.

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