Alternet Systems, announced design partner, MODUS, has released the first video demonstration of ALYI’s Retro Revolt Electric Motorcycle
Alternet Systems, had released the first glimpse of their Revolt Retro Electric motorcycle, by design partner MODUS. The ALYI Retro Revolt is based on a BMW R71 classic motorcycle, but looks nothing like it. Being a prototype, this leaves room for changes in the design.
The Retro Revolt may run on similar Twin loop steel tubular frame, but has with a fully cased battery and a hub motor, although the company did not reveal details about battery capacity or motor size.
ALYI plan on having the motorcycle only available in North America both as a complete motorcycle as well as an assembly kit for buyers who own the iconic BMW frame. The company has already received pre-orders for the first 200 Retro Revolt Electric Motorcycles and also report they have a growing wait list.
Check out the ALYI’s Retro Revolt Video:
Alternet Systems, Inc. (USOTC: ALYI) today announced plans to start taking orders for its Retro ReVolt BMW R71 Clone Electric Motorcycle starting in December. The ReVolt BMW R71 Clone Electric Motorcycle will only be available in North America. It will be available both as a complete unit and as a kit that can be assembled on the buyers own BWM R71 frame.Alternet Systems, Inc.
The design produced by MODUS is a while new rethinking of the original BMW, while still using the great frame this bike has, with plunger telescopic suspension on the rear, and a telescopic front fork. The hub motor is powered by a cased in battery with what appears to be a slick ribbed cover across the frame, with the wesome orange black colors. We can’t wait to hear what this cool looking bike holds under there, and what motor will it carry.
The video demonstration is being released in conjunction with MODUS today highlighting a new design feature that will be included in the first 200 ALYI’s Retro Revolt Electric Motorcycles coming to market in North America this year.
The original BMW R71 (1939):