Verge TS Hubless Electric Motorcycle
Finnish company Verge recently unveiled their all-electric motorcycle called TS and what sets it apart from the competition is its hub-less rear wheel made, which is made possible due to a round electric motor mounted directly under the rim. This electric motor produces 107 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque, enabling it to accelerate from 0-60 mph in under 4-seconds. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.



It tops out at 111 mph and gets 124-miles of range on the highway and 186-miles in the city on a full charge. You can fully charge it in 4 hours using the on-board charger or 50 minutes with a quick charger. The motorcycle is currently in pre-production and priced at $27,000. The first deliveries are expected to happen during the summer.

Massimo Motor Warrior200 196CC Engine Super Size Mini Moto Trail Bike MX Street for Kids and Adults Wide Tires Motorcycle Powersport CARB Approved (Camo)
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  • POWERFUL ENGINE: Our mini bike is equipped with a 196cc engine and 25MPH top speed. This engine can support up to 240lbs.
  • DURABLE DESIGN: Designed to combine a host of features into an excellent looking and sounding machine at an unbeatable value.
  • EXTRA FEATURES: This bike features a front headlight, sturdy braking system, kick-stand, a storage compartment in front of the seat that mimics the original style gas tank, a chain guard, and exhaust heat shield. This unit is also CARB approved and compliant in California. Always wear a helmet and safety gear when operating.
  • EASY TO OPERATE: This mini moto trail bike offers a fantastic way to keep riders of various skills levels in control. The easy effortless operation makes this the ideal motorbike for any kids and adult drivers.

Verge TS Hubless Electric Motorcycle
Verge TS Hubless Electric Motorcycle
Verge TS Hubless Electric Motorcycle
Verge TS Hubless Electric Motorcycle
Verge TS Hubless Electric Motorcycle
Verge TS Hubless Electric Motorcycle
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