Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for RGNT REGENT Electric Motorcycles.
Several motorcycle manufacturers have announced their plans to release electric bikes in the next couple of years.
But today not about them, but about newcomers in this business.
Meet Regent Motorcycles, the new Swedish city electric motorcycle company unveiled in May 2019.
Regent NO.1, which is the name given to the bike, was first shown to the public in May 2019 at the Swedish motorcycle show MC Mässan, where it received many positive reviews.
Regarding the appearance, everyone liked him unambiguously.
Someone thought it was similar to the Yamaha SR - the same tank shape, the design of the saddle and shock absorbers.
Others remembered old school motorcycles made in Britain 50 years ago.
But all comparisons of the Regent NO.1 to something once produced are shattered by the modern stuffing of the bike.
First of all, about its hub 8 kW electric motor with a constant power of 11 hp and a peak power of 20 hp.
As well as regenerative braking and a touchscreen instrument panel with built-in GPS, which plays a role including anti-theft.
The engine has enough power for the maximum acceleration of the bike at 120 km / h, and the rechargeable 6 kW * h battery (72 V and 80 Ah) gives a power reserve of 150 km.
The bike weighs about 130 kg, has a steel frame, a standard telescopic fork, double rear shock absorbers with chrome coil springs, and 18-inch wheels equipped with disc brakes with ABS.
Naturally, anyone who looks at an electric bike for the first time is asked three main questions - power reserve, maximum speed and charging time.
And if the developer gives exhaustive answers to the first two, then there is a snag with the last - for some reason there is no information about this anywhere. Hopefully it will appear soon.
The electric motorcycle is planned to be released in four colors, and they promise to establish factory customization.
But regarding the price of Regent NO.1, it starts from 9,500 euros