E-CHOPPERS MODEL SR | Street legal electric chopper

The Swiss mechanical engineer Peter Fässler builds what is probably the most powerful electric chopper in the world. The SR model is road legal after four years.

The E-Bullet was touted in the run-up to the Swiss Moto motorcycle fair in Zurich with the pithy words "the world's most powerful electric chopper". The prototype was unveiled at Swiss Moto 2018 and the attribute "strongest" does not refer to sheer performance. With a maximum torque on the rear wheel of 860 Newton meters - this is where the superlative was hidden - the Swiss mechanical engineer Peter Fässler builds what is probably the most powerful electric chopper in the world. To achieve this, the "Innerschwizer" from Oberiberg pulled out all the stops and installed an electric motor that had to prove itself in races on the Isle of Man. In 2021 we will have arrived in reality. 165 kilos have become 260, 860 Nm on the bike become 109 Nm on the motor. Weak is different:  In three seconds to 100 km The power of the electric motor is specified with 44 kW or 59 PS at 5,800 tours. The registration-relevant continuous output is mentioned with 11 kW exactly at the level for the A1 / B196 driver's license, i.e. completely legal for the 125 license. A gearbox is completely dispensed with, and a clutch is not found. Whoever turns on the e-gas simply reaps propulsion. It should go from zero to 100 km / h in just three seconds. Record breaking. The top speed is 135 km / h - quite sufficient for a species-appropriate chopper locomotion, theoretically too fast for the A1 / B196, they are only allowed to drive a maximum of 110 km / h. The electric motor draws its energy from a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 14.4 kWh. They should enable a range of up to 280 kilometers in urban areas. In the free area it should be 140 kilometers. With the onboard charger, the energy storage device should be able to be recharged on household electricity in around 10 hours. The battery and electric motor were built into a tubular steel chassis developed in-house. At the front there is a flat telescopic fork in the fork bridges, which guides a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently.  Homologated and funded The prototype was still on display at Swiss Moto 2018, which should be homologated and produced in small series with the appropriate funding. At least the homologation has been completed: the e-chopper has been approved. This is underlined by the existing ABS from Bosch. A small series is now possible. The price for an e-cruiser is currently 66,666 Swiss francs.  CONCLUSION In any case, an eye-catcher, the SR from E-Choppers from Switzerland. Developed and built by a mechanical engineer in the local workshop. Of the former superlatives on paper, a very strong reality remains on the road - but with approval. The unique motorcycle is available for 66,666 francs, which corresponds to around 63,300 euros.

The E-Bullet was touted in the run-up to the Swiss Moto motorcycle fair in Zurich with the pithy words "the world's most powerful electric chopper". The prototype was unveiled at Swiss Moto 2018 and the attribute "strongest" does not refer to sheer performance. With a maximum torque on the rear wheel of 860 Newton meters - this is where the superlative was hidden - the Swiss mechanical engineer Peter Fässler builds what is probably the most powerful electric chopper in the world. 

To achieve this, the "Innerschwizer" from Oberiberg pulled out all the stops and installed an electric motor that had to prove itself in races on the Isle of Man. In 2021 we will have arrived in reality. 165 kilos have become 260, 860 Nm on the bike become 109 Nm on the motor. Weak is different:

The E-Bullet was touted in the run-up to the Swiss Moto motorcycle fair in Zurich with the pithy words "the world's most powerful electric chopper". The prototype was unveiled at Swiss Moto 2018 and the attribute "strongest" does not refer to sheer performance. With a maximum torque on the rear wheel of 860 Newton meters - this is where the superlative was hidden - the Swiss mechanical engineer Peter Fässler builds what is probably the most powerful electric chopper in the world. To achieve this, the "Innerschwizer" from Oberiberg pulled out all the stops and installed an electric motor that had to prove itself in races on the Isle of Man. In 2021 we will have arrived in reality. 165 kilos have become 260, 860 Nm on the bike become 109 Nm on the motor. Weak is different:  In three seconds to 100 km The power of the electric motor is specified with 44 kW or 59 PS at 5,800 tours. The registration-relevant continuous output is mentioned with 11 kW exactly at the level for the A1 / B196 driver's license, i.e. completely legal for the 125 license. A gearbox is completely dispensed with, and a clutch is not found. Whoever turns on the e-gas simply reaps propulsion. It should go from zero to 100 km / h in just three seconds. Record breaking. The top speed is 135 km / h - quite sufficient for a species-appropriate chopper locomotion, theoretically too fast for the A1 / B196, they are only allowed to drive a maximum of 110 km / h. The electric motor draws its energy from a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 14.4 kWh. They should enable a range of up to 280 kilometers in urban areas. In the free area it should be 140 kilometers. With the onboard charger, the energy storage device should be able to be recharged on household electricity in around 10 hours. The battery and electric motor were built into a tubular steel chassis developed in-house. At the front there is a flat telescopic fork in the fork bridges, which guides a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently.  Homologated and funded The prototype was still on display at Swiss Moto 2018, which should be homologated and produced in small series with the appropriate funding. At least the homologation has been completed: the e-chopper has been approved. This is underlined by the existing ABS from Bosch. A small series is now possible. The price for an e-cruiser is currently 66,666 Swiss francs.  CONCLUSION In any case, an eye-catcher, the SR from E-Choppers from Switzerland. Developed and built by a mechanical engineer in the local workshop. Of the former superlatives on paper, a very strong reality remains on the road - but with approval. The unique motorcycle is available for 66,666 francs, which corresponds to around 63,300 euros.

In three seconds to 100 km

The power of the electric motor is specified with 44 kW or 59 PS at 5,800 tours. The registration-relevant continuous output is mentioned with 11 kW exactly at the level for the A1 / B196 driver's license, i.e. completely legal for the 125 license. A gearbox is completely dispensed with, and a clutch is not found. Whoever turns on the e-gas simply reaps propulsion. It should go from zero to 100 km / h in just three seconds. Record breaking. 

The E-Bullet was touted in the run-up to the Swiss Moto motorcycle fair in Zurich with the pithy words "the world's most powerful electric chopper". The prototype was unveiled at Swiss Moto 2018 and the attribute "strongest" does not refer to sheer performance. With a maximum torque on the rear wheel of 860 Newton meters - this is where the superlative was hidden - the Swiss mechanical engineer Peter Fässler builds what is probably the most powerful electric chopper in the world. To achieve this, the "Innerschwizer" from Oberiberg pulled out all the stops and installed an electric motor that had to prove itself in races on the Isle of Man. In 2021 we will have arrived in reality. 165 kilos have become 260, 860 Nm on the bike become 109 Nm on the motor. Weak is different:  In three seconds to 100 km The power of the electric motor is specified with 44 kW or 59 PS at 5,800 tours. The registration-relevant continuous output is mentioned with 11 kW exactly at the level for the A1 / B196 driver's license, i.e. completely legal for the 125 license. A gearbox is completely dispensed with, and a clutch is not found. Whoever turns on the e-gas simply reaps propulsion. It should go from zero to 100 km / h in just three seconds. Record breaking. The top speed is 135 km / h - quite sufficient for a species-appropriate chopper locomotion, theoretically too fast for the A1 / B196, they are only allowed to drive a maximum of 110 km / h. The electric motor draws its energy from a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 14.4 kWh. They should enable a range of up to 280 kilometers in urban areas. In the free area it should be 140 kilometers. With the onboard charger, the energy storage device should be able to be recharged on household electricity in around 10 hours. The battery and electric motor were built into a tubular steel chassis developed in-house. At the front there is a flat telescopic fork in the fork bridges, which guides a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently.  Homologated and funded The prototype was still on display at Swiss Moto 2018, which should be homologated and produced in small series with the appropriate funding. At least the homologation has been completed: the e-chopper has been approved. This is underlined by the existing ABS from Bosch. A small series is now possible. The price for an e-cruiser is currently 66,666 Swiss francs.  CONCLUSION In any case, an eye-catcher, the SR from E-Choppers from Switzerland. Developed and built by a mechanical engineer in the local workshop. Of the former superlatives on paper, a very strong reality remains on the road - but with approval. The unique motorcycle is available for 66,666 francs, which corresponds to around 63,300 euros.

The top speed is 135 km / h - quite sufficient for a species-appropriate chopper locomotion, theoretically too fast for the A1 / B196, they are only allowed to drive a maximum of 110 km / h. The electric motor draws its energy from a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 14.4 kWh. They should enable a range of up to 280 kilometers in urban areas. In the free area it should be 140 kilometers. With the onboard charger, the energy storage device should be able to be recharged on household electricity in around 10 hours. 

The battery and electric motor were built into a tubular steel chassis developed in-house. At the front there is a flat telescopic fork in the fork bridges, which guides a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. 

which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently.

The E-Bullet was touted in the run-up to the Swiss Moto motorcycle fair in Zurich with the pithy words "the world's most powerful electric chopper". The prototype was unveiled at Swiss Moto 2018 and the attribute "strongest" does not refer to sheer performance. With a maximum torque on the rear wheel of 860 Newton meters - this is where the superlative was hidden - the Swiss mechanical engineer Peter Fässler builds what is probably the most powerful electric chopper in the world. To achieve this, the "Innerschwizer" from Oberiberg pulled out all the stops and installed an electric motor that had to prove itself in races on the Isle of Man. In 2021 we will have arrived in reality. 165 kilos have become 260, 860 Nm on the bike become 109 Nm on the motor. Weak is different:  In three seconds to 100 km The power of the electric motor is specified with 44 kW or 59 PS at 5,800 tours. The registration-relevant continuous output is mentioned with 11 kW exactly at the level for the A1 / B196 driver's license, i.e. completely legal for the 125 license. A gearbox is completely dispensed with, and a clutch is not found. Whoever turns on the e-gas simply reaps propulsion. It should go from zero to 100 km / h in just three seconds. Record breaking. The top speed is 135 km / h - quite sufficient for a species-appropriate chopper locomotion, theoretically too fast for the A1 / B196, they are only allowed to drive a maximum of 110 km / h. The electric motor draws its energy from a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 14.4 kWh. They should enable a range of up to 280 kilometers in urban areas. In the free area it should be 140 kilometers. With the onboard charger, the energy storage device should be able to be recharged on household electricity in around 10 hours. The battery and electric motor were built into a tubular steel chassis developed in-house. At the front there is a flat telescopic fork in the fork bridges, which guides a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently. which has a spoked wheel with a 130/60 V18. At the rear, a fat low-profile tire rotates in 240/40 V18, also on a wire spoke rim. In between, the 1.80 wheelbase spans the finest custom design and a deep-seated single seat. The E-Bullet driver has to do without a rumbling sound, because the E-Bullet moves completely silently.  Homologated and funded The prototype was still on display at Swiss Moto 2018, which should be homologated and produced in small series with the appropriate funding. At least the homologation has been completed: the e-chopper has been approved. This is underlined by the existing ABS from Bosch. A small series is now possible. The price for an e-cruiser is currently 66,666 Swiss francs.  CONCLUSION In any case, an eye-catcher, the SR from E-Choppers from Switzerland. Developed and built by a mechanical engineer in the local workshop. Of the former superlatives on paper, a very strong reality remains on the road - but with approval. The unique motorcycle is available for 66,666 francs, which corresponds to around 63,300 euros.

Homologated and funded

The prototype was still on display at Swiss Moto 2018, which should be homologated and produced in small series with the appropriate funding. At least the homologation has been completed: the e-chopper has been approved. This is underlined by the existing ABS from Bosch. A small series is now possible. The price for an e-cruiser is currently 66,666 Swiss francs.

CONCLUSION

In any case, an eye-catcher, the SR from E-Choppers from Switzerland. Developed and built by a mechanical engineer in the local workshop. Of the former superlatives on paper, a very strong reality remains on the road - but with approval. The unique motorcycle is available for 66,666 francs, which corresponds to around 63,300 euros.

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