KTM, the name synonymous with dirt bike, 2021 electric bikes will have all ages covered. The line up for 2021 KTM electric lineup includes KTM Factory Replica Stacyc for young child, 2021 KTM SX E 5 for youth and the 2021 KTM Freeride XC-E.
There are two Stacyc models, namely, 12eDRIVE and 16eDRIVE, and in case you haven’t already noticed, it is an electric balance bike that offers riders learning through pushing, balancing and coasting.
Features include 12” wheels, low 13” seat height (16” and 17”, respectively for the 16eDRIVE model), high output brushless motor, and 30-60 minutes of run time.
Meanwhile, the 2021 KTM SX-E 5 is a high-end, ready-to-race electric-powered mini-crosser for beginner and competitive junior riders. Key features include an air-cooled 48V BLDC motor with outer rotor with 5 kW peak power and 13.8 Nm of torque.
The motor is paired to a 907 Wh lithium-ion battery that can be recharged to 100% in just 70 minutes. Though it is not clear what’s the run time like. The top speed is not known either.
Finally, there’s the 2021 KTM Freeride E-XC, the brand’s latest generation electric motorcycles. The Freeride E-XC is powered by a liquid-cooled brushless 18 kW synchronous motor that has a peak output of 16 kW and 42 Nm of torque.
A quick change KTM PowerPack with 3.9 kWh capacity provides the juice. Again, no run time or range is offered. Then again, it does not matter since it has a quick change battery.
A few other highlights include adjustable WP XPLOR suspension front and rear, upgraded FORMULA brake system for 2021, and Giant laced wheels 21”/18” with anodized aluminum rims.
For information on pricing and availability, you may want to hit up KTM dealers across North America.