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|09-30-2014, 12:50 PM||#1|
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Intermot 2014 KTM Freeride ESM unveiled
We told you it was coming The 22hp learner bike
The Freeride E-SM
The Freeride E-XC
And the Freeride E-SX
HERE'S KTM's new supermoto version of its Freeride E, revealed by Visordown two weeks ago and officially to the press today at the Cologne motorcycle show.
Called the Freeride E-SM, it's the same as the Freeride E-XC street-legal enduro model but given road wheels, tyres and suspension and taller gearing.
That means it shares the same electric motor and specs.
Peak power is 22hp but, because of the complexities of European tests for electric motors, it manages to score a 'rated' power figure of 15hp, making it learner legal.
Maximum torque is 31lbft – the same as a Honda CBR500R – and it makes it from zero rpm.
Weight is 110kg and it charges to 80% in 50 minutes.
Sadly, it's likely to cost about the same as the Free E-XC, which is £10,299.
It was on KTM's stand at the Intermot Cologne motorcycle show alongside the Freeride E-XC and off-road only Freeride E-SX.
KTM to unveil electric supermoto in two weeks
And the best thing about KTMís 22hp Freeride E: Itís somehow learner-legal
First ride: KTM Freeride E review
Revealed: Aprilia Caponord 1200 Rally
Milan: 2012 KTM Freeride E