Top 7 Electric Motorcycles: The Coolest Ways To Get Around This Summer

There aren’t many means of transportation that give you such a feeling of freedom as riding a motorcycle. Think about it, the wind blowing through your hair while you’re flying down a highway.

The sense of adventure that comes with discovering new routes and great scenery along the way is truly incomparable to any other experience.

Of course, motorcycles aren’t perfect. They’re loud and pollute the environment. But what if there was a way to ride without those negative aspects? In fact, there is.

Electric motorcycles are becoming increasingly popular and for a good reason. They’re quiet, don’t produce emissions, and can be just as fun to ride as their gas-powered counterparts.

Here’s our list of the 7 best electric motorcycles to get around this summer. Read on and find a reason to spend your savings or look for motorbike loans for your new summer bike. A lot of fun and excitement awaits.

Damon HyperSport

Let’s start with a real stunner, the Damon HyperSport. This incredible motorcycle boasts outstanding performance thanks to its impressive electric powertrain. The highest spec, Premier, can reach a top speed of 200 mph and go from 0 to 60 in just 3 seconds.

But even the SE variant, starting from $19,000 MSRP, is no slouch. It can reach a top speed of 120 mph while maintaining the 0-60 in 3 seconds time, which is fairly enough for most riders.

The Damon HyperSport is also packed with cutting-edge tech features, such as the CoPilot system, which uses sensors to detect potential hazards on the road and provide visual and audio warnings to the rider. Its range can be surprising, too, as the Premier can go up to 200 miles on a single charge, which doesn’t last more than an hour with the fast charger.

Sondors Metacycle

The idea behind the Sondors Metacycle is to bring the joy of riding a motorcycle to more people by keeping it simple and affordable. It’s a great way for beginners or those with limited experience on two wheels to enjoy themselves on the road.

The design is inspired by classic bikes from the 1960s but with a modern twist, and it’s hard not to fall in love with it.


    Want the best cycling experience?
    Sign up for the latest bikes, gear, and accessories reviews out there.

    By signing up, you agree to our Privacy Policy
    and European users agree to the data transfer policy

    The Metacycle is fairly basic in terms of performance, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Its 20hp engine is capable of reaching a top speed of 80 mph, which will allow you to cruise around safely in the city or on highways.

    The range of the Metacycle is a bit smaller too, only about 80 miles, but so is the price. Metacycle starts from just $6,000, and you can pay up to $999 upfront.

    Honda PCX Electric

    Speaking of city cruisers, the Honda PCX Electric is another great option. This electric scooter was designed for those who use two wheels to commute in the city. It’s lightweight, nimble, and very easy to handle thanks to its low center of gravity design. The biggest advantage of PCX Electric compared to other electric scooters is its range.

    It can reach up to 25 miles on a single battery – which isn’t anything exceptional – but it gives you the option to swap batteries in seconds, which means you can keep riding almost indefinitely as long as you have a new set. The price of the Honda PCX Electric is yet to be announced, but it’s expected to be below $6,000.

    Arc Vector

    This one is for those who want to make a bold statement. The Arc Vector is one of the most futuristic and stylish electric motorcycles on this list. Its design was inspired by fighter jets, but it’s a long way from being just another pretty face. The bike features some really innovative tech that makes it stand out from the crowd.

    According to its creators, the Arc Vector was designed to be the world’s most advanced electric motorcycle. Its fully-integrated digital sensors and purpose-built suit with haptic feedback will make you feel like you’re riding the bike of the future. The Vector comes with a price tag to match its impressive specs, starting at about $120,000, making it the most expensive motorcycle on this list.

    Brutus V9

    Have you ever dreamed of having a large, powerful freeway cruiser, the type you would often see in American movies about the free open road? Well, the Brutus V9 can make that dream a reality. This powerful electric full-size motorcycle is perfect for those who love to explore the world on two wheels in style.

    Its 88hp motor is capable of taking you anywhere you want to go, and its range is impressive, too. The V9 can do up to 270 miles on one charge, which is just enough to travel from one roadside attraction to the next. The starting price of the Brutus V9 is about $30,000, and you are free to customize it to your liking.

    Harley-Davidson Livewire

    … or maybe you’ve always dreamed about owning a Harley-Davidson? Suffice to say, you’re in luck. The American motorcycle manufacturer has jumped the electric bandwagon, too. And while the technical specifications of the Livewire may not be as impressive as some other bikes on this list, it certainly is a looker.

    This beautiful motorcycle is everything you would expect from a Harley-Davidson. It’s stylish, it’s comfortable, and it’s a great way to cruise around in style – or put on a show for others, thanks to its impressive acceleration. The Livewire is priced at just under $30,000 and comes with a range of up to 146 miles and a top speed of 95 mph.

    Johammer J1.200

    Last but not least, we have the Johammer J1.200, a unique electric motorcycle that was designed with long-distance riding in mind. Its aerodynamic design along with a new approach to motorbike suspension allows for emission-free cruising in excess of 120 miles. But just like the Livewire, the Johammer wasn’t built purely for performance.

    This incredible machine is packed with cutting-edge tech, from the unconventional main frame providing the perfect balance to multi-functional mirrors that display range and speed information. And all that wrapped in what is probably the best-looking vintage motorcycle design on this list. The Johammer J1.200 is priced at just under $27,000, but it’s well worth the money.

    In Conclusion

    Electric motorcycles are becoming increasingly popular, and it’s easy to see why. They offer all the joys of riding a motorcycle without any of the drawbacks, such as noise and pollution. And with the advances in technology, they’re only getting better and better.

    If you’re looking for a new way to get around this summer, an electric motorcycle might be the perfect solution for you. Just make sure to do your research and pick the right bike for your needs – think about whether you need a nimble city scooter or a powerful cruiser for long-distance trips.

    So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to find the perfect bike and get on the road.

    About the author
    Top 7 Electric Motorcycles: The Coolest Ways To Get Around This Summer — Bike Hacks