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Video: Mavizen TTX02 electric superbike - first ride preview

MCN is testing the world's first production electric superbike - the Mavizen TTX02. Watch the video for a little preview showing just how different this bike is to ride. The Mavizen TTX02 uses a complete KTM RC8 superbike rolling chassis, but is powered by two 96V DC Agni 95R electric motors instead of a petrol engine. There’s no clutch, gearbox, exhaust,...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (06 May 2010 12:57)

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Oct 09

Posts: 222

ruxxy says:


That was informative... switch on, switch off.

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Jan 10

Posts: 8

eMotoRules says:

Less talk . . .

. . . more action. Let's see some close-ups of the dash, the motor, the electronics and please... some on-road action beyond a 4 second fly by.

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Jan 09

Posts: 93

Rowdygimly says:


At least the advert was more informative.

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Jun 09

Posts: 32

li4mc says:


it does say preview so there will be a fill video/review in MCN

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Mar 10

Posts: 7

Priddle says:

electric bike

the day i get passed by an electric bike is the day i hang up my boots....


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Aug 07

Posts: 18

morganator says:


More info please - I will definitely purchase MCN for this article! I hope you use your new helmet cams when you test this bike!

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Feb 08

Posts: 817

Andy949494 says:

How about a direct access URL?

Using flash to download video is really unfriendly for mobile browsing. How about offering a simple link as well for those of us who don't have a PC all the time?

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Jul 07

Posts: 41

PingCrosby says:

Will we have to wear rubber boots and gloves?

Are friends electric?

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Fly by night


Sep 07

Posts: 225

Fly by night says:

Poor range

The bike looks ok but the range is still very poor, and the price tag is way over the top.

The 30,000 pound price tag will not ecourage people to buy one.

The best electric bike on the market at the moment considering the price as well is still by far the vectrix, without VAT just under 5 grand, with VAT a few quid over.

But you can buy second hand ones and let's hope they bring on line their super bike at a price we can afford.

But again the problem is range, avarage 40 miles is no much, and cold batteries in the winter may make them even less.

Speed is not the issue with electric bikes it's distance, go twenty or so miles and you start having to think about finding an electrical outlet to plug into.

At the very least if they came up with a device that you could recharge the bike rather than having to push the bike when it ran out of power they may get more sales.

It wouldn't need to fully recharge it but as a get you home ie reserve tank to the next power point.

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Feb 08

Posts: 817

Andy949494 says:


As well as fuel costs I would expect this bike to be much cheaper on servicing - Electric motors and batteries need minimal mantennance compared to Petrol Engines and even the chain should have an easier time - although the bike has a large amount of torque there is no gear changing so ... Also the engine should last forever compared to a petrol engine - wonder what lifteime is expected for the batteries?

Interesting to see what happens if you leave the bike alone but on charge for a couple of months. (e.g. winter).. Petrol engines don't like being left like this much - the oil drains away from the cyclinders and petrol tanks rust etc. Batteries have different problems...

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