Would you ride the Bultaco Albero?
Spanish firm Bultaco are best known for their off-road motorcycle from the '60s and '70s, and now the recently revived manufacturer are looking to the future with their range of electric bicycles - the most recent of which is the Albero.
The firm officially unveiled the new bike at EICMA and they say the Albero 'represents a novel concept in urban mobility, offering a unique, safe and fun experience'. Bultaco first entered the electric bicycle market with the off-road focussed Brinco in 2015.
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The Albero is designed solely with on-road, city commuting in mind, and as such features road tyres and a mirror. The Albero's rear hub electric motor produces 44ftlb of torque - more than the new Royal Enfield parallel twin engine - and will power the bike to a limited top speed of 27mph. Colours are Albero Brown and Alberto Silver.