Alan Cross is a veterinary orthopedic surgeon by trade, but in his spare time, he likes building things, and his latest project will definitely make you look twice. Called the “Exodyne,” this all-electric motorcycle sports 48 individual lithium-ion batteries, powering rear hub with an 11 kW motor that enable it to hit 60 mph. When fully charged, it has a range of 20-miles, making it perfect for a short trip to the store. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“A tiny display mounted to the handlebars keeps track of speed and the power left in the batteries, while the rider’s saddle is mounted on nothing more than a thick tube frame. Carbon fiber panels help provide strength and rigidity while keeping weight to an absolute minimum. The entire bike weighs less than 250 pounds, which is just plain crazy,” reports BGR.