Husqvarna E-Go Electric Concept Revealed At Frankfurt Photo:
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Mike Stevens | Sep, 19 2011 | 0 Comments

Husqvarna has revealed its e-go electric motorcycle concept in Frankfurt, described as the ideal option for first-time riders commuting in an urban environment.

Following the example of parent BMW Motorrad, Husqvarna is keeping mum on details for the e-go's electric powerplant. What we do know is that the bike weighs in at just 80kg and it features a new single-sided double leg fork design up front.

Rear suspension is managed by a more conventional hydraulic shock unit, with a single-sided aluminium swing arm. The wheels are CNC machined units measuring 17-inch front and rear.

If that's not enough for you, you're plum out of luck. Husqvarna has offered no word on the heart of the bike, and there's no word on whether the e-go will go into production - so at this stage, you may not need to know much more at all.

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