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    COMPETITION

    we designed, engineered and build europe`s first competitive electric motocross bike. We are racing our bikes against gasoline powered bikes since 2014

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    CARBON MONOCOQUE

    the eMXM was also the first, full size, electric motocross bike with carbon monocoque frame and subframe

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    GOODIES

    we equipped it with anticipating traction control, holeshot assistent, on-the-fly switchable mappings and electrical operated rear brake

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championships

>20

race wins

100%

fun 

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new opportunities

HISTORY

2009.

the farmer

 

We got into trouble with a farmer, riding gasoline bikes on his property. It turned out that the noise was the biggest annoyance, so the idea was born to build a silent mx bike.

2012.

rollout


After a long jurney of sourcing the right components and modifing a KXF 450, the first rollout happened. The performance was more than poor. 

2013.

step by step

 

A complete rethinking was needed and we started from the beginning, using complete new powertrain based on zero motorcycles. Step by step we gained more performance.

2014.

first race


On 21th september we raced on of our early prototypes for the first time. It was at a sand track and raining like hell. The bike survived both motos and we finished 11th in both of them (25 starter).

2015.

winning

 

Our rider Tomas won the second moto of the first event that year. He achieved the most moto wins, 5, that year and 5th overall in class. A better result was not possible due to too much dnf`s and a broken leg.

2016.

who finished second


..was the only question since Tomas appeared in the new formed cross country ebike championship. The answer was mostly Josef, on the second eMXM bike. Tomas won every moto and Josef got 2nd in the championship.

2017.

déjà-vu


Tomas won again all motos and Josef finished again second. That year we concentrated also most on enduro riding.

2018.

hattrick?


The first race is in the history books and Tomas won it, Josef finished second on his new, modified ALTA Redshift bike. We are participating all events with one eMXM and one ALTA bike. 

TECH-LOG

2010.

bike basics

 

modified KXF 450 frame, PERM PMS 120w motor, Sevcon Gen4 size 4, KXF gearbox and clutch, no battery

2011.

spinning


spended hundreds of hours to get the motor spin, spended again hundreds to get it spin smooth

2012.

paris-dakar


installed a LIFEPO4 battery on the bike, after covering all components, the bike looked like we want to race the dessert and was heavy as hell - the PERM motor performed unacceptable

2013.

first mx feeling


we skipped the 5 speed for a 2 speed gearbox with clutch and the PERM motor for a Zero 75-5, LIFEPO4 went into the camper and a ZF2.8 was fitted into the KXF frame too

less is more

 

we build a new prototype with custom frame, without gearbox and clutch and with bigger controller and a second battery

2014.

the heat is on

 

we improved the bike and ran into serious heat problems, so we modified the motors for liquid-cooling - and we tested some fancy eletronic gadgets and suspension

next step

 

we designed and engineered the first real bike, the monocoque, new improved cooling system and new suspension 

2015.

new baby 


the first true eMXM bike needed a lot of tweaks, most of all to make it more reliable, the performance was quiet good but it tooked a lot of races to get the weak parts sorted out - at this point the bike had already 50hp

RIDERS

My wife tells me all the time - go get them carefully!  

 

racing motocross, speedway and enduro for more than 40 years

Josef Iker

#50 - 63 years

Yes, yes no problem.


riding dirtbikes since he was a small kid, slovakia mxgp wildcard 

Tomas Pravda

#81 - 25 years

RIDES

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    2013

    Development Bike #2.2

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    2015

    eMXM Monocoque

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    2016

    eMXM CrMo4

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    2018

    ALTA Redshift MX

SUPPORTER

Images by Markus Jahn / Sebastian Braun