The Blue Steel Electric Motorcycle by Night Shift Bikes, strips down the pure essence of electricity. If you’re a purest at heart, then there is nothing more badass than creating something out of nothing. Builder Matt Candler is passionate about electric movement and has done just that. Working at night (hence the name Night Shift Bikes) Matt has created Blue Steel, a true minimal masterpiece. Made from a 2003 Suzuki Savage, the Blue Steel electric motorcycle employs a custom brushless Enertrac 602 hub motor laced in to an 18″ rear wheel. Energy for this magnificent beast comes via 32 lithium ion batteries which sit in a wicked custom battery box. Power delivery is managed via a super cool controller that sends pulse waves to the motor based on input from the Magura twist throttle. Worried about not having enough charge? Your worries are solved because they equipped the Blue Steel with an Eltek 3,000 watt charger that plugs into any 110v AC socket. To top it off, this high-tech beast employs a motogadget m-unit, LED lighting, RYCA hardware and m-lock wireless key plus, and soon to be voice command interface. If you’re looking to experience electric power in minimal stripped down style, then let Matt build you up one of his totally original surging environmental friendly beasts.
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