The somewhat difficult name N60 MM.01 belongs to an electrically driven motorcycle from the Belgian motorcycle manufacturer Saroleta.
The motorcycle is a neked version of the Manx 7, which was presented in 2018. The frame made of carbon fiber laminate was made in monocoque construction. Parts of the fairing are also made of carbon.
The electric motor sits directly on the pinion axle and transmits its power to the rear wheel via a chain. Nothing has been revealed about the performance yet.
The 22 kWh battery should be sufficient for a range of 330 km and be able to recharge around 80% of the capacity in 20 minutes.
The weight is stated as 215 kg.
The suspension components comes from Öhlns. An FGRT-200 upside-down fork is installed on the front and a TTX36 shock absorber on the rear. The four-piston calipers on the front come from the French manufacturer Beringer.
For the wheels, the decision was made to use normal light alloy rims from the supplier O.Z.
Nothing has yet been announced about the price, the price of the full-fairing sister starts at € 43,000.
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