Agility Saietta R Electric Motor Bike

Agility Saietta R Electric Motor Bike

The Light Cycle Motorcycle was very cool, but it was too expensive. The Tron Lightcycle Flash Drive was cool, but it was just a toy. Now the Agility Saietta R Electric Motor Bike is cool, and is just right. Well, actually it is a bit expensive. It also is not officially a Tron Lightcycle, but the creators of this electric motorbike were clearly influenced by its design.

As a zero emission electric vehicle, the Agility Saietta R Sport Bike is an eco-friendly transportation option. Yet it is still a sport bike with exceptional performance, racing from 0 to 60 in just 4 seconds. Plus the lightweight balanced design, double wishbone front suspension, and clutchless transmission result in a ride that is exceptionally stable and easy to control, while still offering razor-sharp agility.

Agility Saietta R Motorbike

Agility Saietta R Bike Features

  • Zero emission electric sports bike
  • Composite monocoque chassis
  • Clutchless transmission for maximum intuitive control
  • Confident upright Naked Bike/Streetfighter riding position
  • Double wishbone front suspension
  • Plug-and-play upgrades to higher power levels, with new component options throughout its lifetime – your bike grows with you
  • Body design maximises battery space by using the area behind the handlebars, which is normally only used for tank-bags on conventional motorcycles
  • Advanced suspension geometry achieves both exceptional stability and razor-sharp direction changing agility

Agility Saietta R Electric Motorcycle

Agility Saietta R Bike Technical Specifications

  • 0-60mph in 4 seconds
  • 120 Nm Torque, instantly from zero rpm
  • 100 mile range
  • 175 kg full wet weight

Purchase the Agility Saietta R Bike for £13,570 at

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