MotoGP electric scooters: Mooney VR46 and Elektra Bikes

MotoGP electric scooters: Mooney VR46 and Elektra Bikes
MotoGP electric scooters: Mooney VR46
The Elektra Bikes CityStar electric scooter for the Mooney VR46 Racing team

MotoGP electric scooters: the Mooney VR46 Racing team chooses Elektra Bikes Spanish electric scooters for travel in the paddock and along the track during the MotoGP Grand Prix in Europe. In addition to electric scooters, the team Mooney VR46 also has the Gorilla 125, a model with a traditional Monkey Bikes engine.

MotoGP electric scooters: The Mooney VR46 Racing team chooses the Spanish CityStar and Deliroad electric scooters from Elektra Bikes and the Gorilla 125 from Monkey Bikes. Marco Bezzecchi, Luca Marini, the Moto2 riders and the team's technicians can use these zero-emission models for travel in the paddock and along the track during MotoGP Grand Prix in Europe.

MotoGP electric scooters: Mooney VR46
The Monkey Bikes Gorilla 125 for the Mooney VR46 Racing Team

Elektra Bikes models for the Mooney VR46 Racing team are the CityStar and the Deliroad. The CityStar is a high wheel scooter equivalent to a 125cc model (category L3e-A1). The battery allows a range of 85 km extendable up to 160 km. Recharging can take place directly on the scooter or the battery can be removed and recharged in the box in about 3 and a half hours. The 3 kW engine allows you to reach a maximum speed (obviously not in the MotoGP paddock) of 105 km / h. The engine maps are the classic Normal, Eco and Sport. The Deliroad has very similar performances to the CityStar but the autonomy can be extended up to 220 km.
Monkey Bikes has instead supplied a model with a traditional engine, the Gorilla 125; a vehicle with a very low weight (<100 kg) designed for agile urban transport.

More details on: www.elektrabikes.es

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