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          2010 MotoCzysz E1pc - The most advanced electric motorcycle ever made

          You might surely have come across many electric bikes so far but the one pictured above outshines them as greatest does to least. Hailed as 2010 MotoCzysz E1pc, the bike is not merely another technically impressive electric motorcycle, but the most advanced two-wheeler ever made. Integrated by Michael Czysz while using MotoGP-level thinking, MotoCzysz E1pc features the most electric drive technology yet seen with engineering solutions. 2010 MotoCzysz E1pc

          The bike is to take part in the Isle of Man’s TT Zero electric motorcycle race – the toughest one in the world and has already clocked a 94.6 MPH lap, tantalizingly close to the 100 MPH goal. The electric bike features ten 19.5 pound lithium polymer battery packs, incredibly diminutive tail section and the huge swingarm. That means the bike packs 10 times the battery capacity of a Toyota Prius and 2.5 times the torque of a Ducati 1198.

          The other features this most advanced electric bike include ten lithium polymer batteries without wires for easy swaps, an oil-cooled electric motor especially developed from the ground up to win races and a top speed 140 MPH so far. E1pc Superbike has a 100hp electric motor with a torque density of 250+ lb ft. The MotoCzysz motor can deliver a continuous 75kW (100hp) and is 93% efficient under continuous heavy load (140C).