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ctrlburn

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Hanebrink Hustler Motorcycle
« on: February 12, 2017, 02:51:19 AM »

Only one Hanebrink hit on this discussion group and that is for their "bicycles"
https://www.facebook.com/danhanebrinkbikes/


How about trackday Motorcycles feeding the search engines?

It is actual, not just Computer Graphics.

https://youtu.be/LhplMCUQbw0

http://hanebrinkelectricmotorcycles.com

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Race Ready
The Hanebrink “Hustler” Electric Sport Bike is a BLAST to ride on a racetrack. Throw a leg over the low-slung Electric Rocketship.   Turn on the switch, flip the in -gear selection toggle. Twist the electronic throttle, and accelerate down pit lane, out on the racetrack.
No gears to shift
No clutch to operate
No foot controls (Front and rear brakes on right and left handlebars)
No gasoline needed
Corner entry is a dream come true, with just the right amount of programmable, progressive, rear wheel drag, as the motor feeds charge back into the battery (regen).
Adjustable steering geometry can provide quicker corner entry for the more aggressive rider.
It is great to not have to downshift, clutch throttle, and to direct your entire attention to the front and rear brakes. You can feed the throttle in very early, it is smooth and linear.  No sudden burst of power. Power on out of the turn, and feel the MIGHTY RUSH of the continuous acceleration, even stronger approaching Maximum speed. (traction control is not necessary). It is like one massive gear, that keeps on winding.
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Re: Hanebrink Hustler Motorcycle
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2017, 05:32:12 AM »

Seems decent, fully faired, 10kW battery , servcon controller, adjustable steering head and suspension.
More Specs and pricing needed.
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Re: Hanebrink Hustler Motorcycle
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2017, 02:11:11 PM »

52" wheelbase, 14" wheels. Looks more like a Super Pocket Bike.
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Re: Hanebrink Hustler Motorcycle
« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2017, 04:34:07 AM »

52" wheelbase, 14" wheels. Looks more like a Super Pocket Bike.
And weighs as much as an FX.

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