2010 MotoCzysz E1pc

A hard name to swallow but an epic motorcycle. This is old news but I think this bike is awesome.

The E1pc was built by Michael Czysz who owned and operated an architecture firm called Architropolis in Oregon. Unfortunately this visionary died of a rare form of cancer in May of 2016.

Powered by 10 individual 1.25kWh lithium battery packs with a quick change system and individual charge displays.

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Five packs on each side 330V and 12.5kWh of total power
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Individual charge indicators on each cartridge. Each Battery pack weighs 8.85kg

The motorcycle is using a custom built 127.4 HP (93.0 kW) oil cooled electric brushless DC motor producing 338.0 Nm of torque.

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The motor with chain drive
TTXGP documetary by Mark Neale

More info on the E1pc

  • Front Suspension: Proprietary 6X-Flex custom Ohlins shock
  • Front wheel travel: 114mm
  • Fork Angle: 22.5°
  • Rear Suspension: Concentric swingarm with linked, fully adjustable custom Ohlins TTX monoshock.
  • Rear wheel Travel: 127 mm
  • Front Tire: 120/70-17
  • Rear Tire: 190/55-17
  • Front brakes: Double disc. Full-floating discs, radially mounted Brembo Monobloc calipers 4-piston, 2-pad
  • Diameter: 320mm
  • Rear Brakes: Single disc. 2-piston caliper
  • Diameter: 220mm
  • Wheels: Marchesini 10-spoke magnesium
  • Dry weight: 238kg.
  • Power to weight ratio: 0.5353 HP/kg
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Orange disks allow for thermal expansion of the batteries
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with a silent powertrain you need a horn on the track.
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