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skadamo

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Denali Moto Pro
« on: August 05, 2008, 03:38:47 AM »

Here is another one of Electric Moto's early models, the Denali Moto Pro.  The TorkAtak is the Trials Model.

http://dirtbike.off-road.com/dirtbike/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=266751

Denali Pro

The Denali Pro is a new kind of bike that is designed for aggressive recreational riding by skilled cyclists. It's like a fully suspended BMX bike for big kids, but much faster and you don't have to pedal to experience the thrills. It's somewhere between moto-cross and mountain biking. It has the torque and hill climbing power of a medium sized dirt bike (175cc) but runs silent, like a bicycle. A good rider can get about 5 feet of air and land elegantly due to the expert level downhill racing suspension componentry.

SPECIFICATIONS Denali Pro
Frame: 4130 chrome-moly steel heli-arc welded
Suspension-Rear: 8" (200mm) travel - sine rate link - FOX Vanilla RC tuneable
Suspension-Front: 7" (175mm) travel Marzocchi Monster-T tuneable
Brakes: Hayes full hydraulic-8" discs front & rear
Motor: Permanent magnet-1kW continuous rating
Top Speed: 33 mph on level ground as geared
Peak Power: 10 kW peak intermittent power
Recharge Time: 20 mins. with Megacharger - 45 mins. with standard
Curb Weight: 112 pounds
Run Time: 15 minutes to 2 hours based on usage
Battery: Hawker Genesis - High energy density - 600 Wh capacity

The Denali TorkAtak is the world's first production electric trials bike. It weighs 142 pounds (charged). It can perform and climb obstacles with power levels similar to a 250cc two-stroke, but it has none of the usage limitations. The TorkAtak will perform fairly rigorous trials manuvers for 20 to 45 minutes on a charge. The supplied charger will restore a charge in about 45 minutes. A generator can power the charger for remote use. Some generators can recharge the bike directly, with no charger needed. With a 2 kW generator, charge times can be reduced to as little as 10 minutes, with no battery damage.

http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-4596.html
« Last Edit: August 05, 2008, 03:42:35 AM by skadamo »
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