On the negative side, cruiser riders love a loud exhaust note and the electric motor runs virtually silently as the video depicts.
But full marks to Frocella for having a go and showing what can be done with a mix of hardtail classic chopper styling and modern powertrain and technology including a smartphone app with information such as battery status, charging time, average watts per mile and total charge cycles.
The electric chopper is powered by a 102 V / 2.8kWh battery and single-speed 20kW/57NM motor.
It is also equipped with a Motogadget digital instrument and switches, LSL Dragbar handlebars, Cole Foster fuel tank and Rich Phillips seat.
Forcella is now looking for investors to bring his electric chopper to market.