designed and made in the US state of ohio, cleveland cyclewerks reveals the falcon electric motorcycle that pairs emission-free range in a fun, new package. the design depicts two angular, bench-seated café racer models: the falcon 01 and falcon BLK. both e-bikes are said to be capable of over the air updates to improve longevity.
all images courtesy of cleveland cyclewerks
while paying tribute to their previous models, the cleveland cyclewerks falcon showcases a more modern direction in terms of aesthetics. angular forms are created through the interplay of its open, skeletal chassis and black, gray and light blue body panels. the result is a retro-futuristic motorcycle, starting from its bulbous single headlight all the way down to its closed-off 17-inch cast aluminum wheels.
the bike’s skeletal chasis is bent by a robot before being hand welded. the design shapes its wishbone frame and supports the long bench seat, centrally mounted adjustable rear shock, 48 mm inverted forks, and dual-piston hydraulic disc brakes. this is all delivered at a lightweight of just 79 kg.
its mid-mounted 13 kw motor produces 39 Nm of torque that propels it to a top speed of 85 mph (137 km/h). this is supported by two 2.2-kWh battery packs that deliver a range of 180 miles (290 km) per charge. the driver has four power modes – eco, custom, ego and wheelie – in order to adjust performance to match their journey, from efficient long distance to sporty driving.
brand: cleveland cyclewerks
model: falcon 01 and falcon BLK
top speed: 85 mph (137 km/h)
max range: 180 miles (290 km)
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