The Alrendo TS Bravo Is A Cost Effective Electric Motorbike
It’s a long-range electric motorbike that is set to take the European market by storm. Trust us.
Electric motorbikes don’t receive as much attention as their car counterparts which is a real shame, as rides like Alfrendo’s TS Bravo have attributes worth shouting about.
Consider the Alrendo TS Bravo a commuter bike, meaning it can cover a lot of ground between charges. Moreover, it looks like a sports bike despite costing less than other e-motorbikes available right now.
Check out our 2021 electric motorbike buyers guide to find out more.
According to a report by Electrek, a production-ready version is good to go, complete with an impressive new technical spec.
So, what are the highlights?
Well, the Alrendo TS Bravo can reach a top speed of 135 km/h, or 84 mph, making it the ideal ride in urban areas. Yes, it does look like a sleek racing motorcycle, but it’s been designed for inner-city travel.
Alrendo has kitted the TS Bravo out with an 11 kW continuous rated motor capable of putting out bursts of 58 kW.
Battery-wise, you’ll find the TS Bravo comes with a 16.6 kWh battery. The battery in this electric bike is actually larger than those found in most electric Harley’s if you can believe that.
Range is secure but has diminishing returns depending on how fast you travel. Slow speeds yield better range. For example, if you mount the TS Bravo and stay at a steady 31 mph, one could easily hit the 260-mile mark — based on Alrendo’s spec.
Basically, the Alrendo TS Bravo is a clear front-runner if you’re looking for an ideal commuter bike (as advertised).
But what about the price?
You can purchase the Alrendo TS Bravo for €9,996 (£8,590). This includes VAT for those wondering.
Buyers will have to choose between a blue, grey or black version of the TS Bravo (we’re leaning towards the black).
Still not convinced?
Be sure to check out the following video to see the TS Bravo in action.
Right now, you can only grab this electric motorbike in parts of Europe. Still, we could easily see Alfrendo expanding to North America should it meet expectations.
If you had to choose between the Alrendo TS Bravo and the new electric Harley Davidson, which would you choose? This could prove a difficult question to some, given the appeal of both.