Bultaco Albero

Bultaco unveils Albero electric street moped

Famous Spanish motorcycle manufacturer Bultaco has produced its first street moped, the Albero, powered by an electric motor. In 2014, Bultaco announced it would return to production with electric road motorcycles. The news came as a shock from the company made famous by its two-stroke off-road bikes. The new bikes were to be the Rapitan and …

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Bultaco Brinco

Bultaco returns with electric bike

Famous Spanish two-stroke off-road motorcycle manufacturer Bultaco has returned to production with an electric trials bike called the Brinco. It will be followed by an “Electrical Urbanmotard” based on the Rapitán prototype. The bikes will have lithium-ion batteries and ultra-condensers developed in collaboration with high-speed rail company, Viesca Engineering. Bultaco announced its return to the …

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Bultaco Brinco

Bultaco unveils first electric bike

Spanish motorcycle manufacturer Bultaco announced in May that it would return, but not with two-stroke dirt bikes – instead they would return with a range of electric road bikes. They have now announced the first will be the Brinco Moto-Bike which is an electric/pedal moped-style bike designed as a versatile commuter, urban bike and mountain …

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Mini CitySurfer electric scooter concept - electric motorcycle

BMW set for electric motorcycle?

German automotive manufacturer BMW must be getting closer to joining the fray with an electric motorcycle. The blue propellor brand company has already released the electric C-evolution scooter and has now developed a folding Mini CitySurfer electric scooter concept. They have also committed to produce plug-in hybrid versions of all its core-brand cars, starting with a …

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Classic motorcycle

Ariel joins list of revived motorcycles

Bultaco, Brough, Matchless and Hesketh are famous motorcycle brands that have recently been revived. Now add the venerable British brand, Ariel, to that list. It seems everything old is new again and brands such as Norton are enjoying a revival in limited-edition rather than mass production. Similarly, Ariel, which was sold to BSA in 1951 …

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Bultaco Rapitan prototpye electric motorcycle

Bultaco motorycles return to production

Spanish motorcycle manufacturer Bultaco is back, but not as you would expect. Instead of two-stroke off-road bikes for which they were famous, Bultaco will initially produce electric road motorcycles developed with the help of a train specialist. The first will be various versions of an electric Light Bike, followed by the Electrical Urbanmotard based on …

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