Ottobike is introducing its CR-21 café racer concept e-motorcycle to Europe. The CR-21 offers up to 230km range on a single charge and can accelerate up to 130km/h.
The cafe racer electric motorcycle was unveiled by the Taiwanese company during the EICMA 2021 in Milan, Italy and Ottobike says the e-bike will be powered by an 11kW electric motor, capable of delivering speeds at par with a 300cc bike.
The new Ottobike CR-21 electric motorcycle has a 9.6kWh battery pack which can guarantee a 230km range at average speeds around 50km/h. The e-bike has an upside-down 41mm fork suspension at the front together with a 230mm adjustable mono-shock at the rear of the bike.
The Ottobike CR-21 derives braking power from Brembo disc brakes with ABS attached to 17-inch wheels with Maxxis tires. The bike also comes with a TFT dash, keyless start and side stand safety sensor.
The catchy design of the Ottobike CR-21 will draw some attention in the market with a Q1 2022 scheduled release of the Ottobike new lineup in Europe although there is no definitive information yet that the CR-21 will roll out then as well. Pricing details indicate that new Ottobike e-bike offerings in Europe will start at €9,390 ($10,500).
Some of the powerful models that were on display during EICMA include the electric mountain bike called the TY-M, with possibly two variants rolling out, although pricing information is lacking at this time.