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DSEI 19 – Sur-Ron High Performance Electric Bike

Polaris displayed the Sur-Ron High Performance Electric Bike, mounted to a DAGOR vehicle.

The E-Bike weighs 7 kg and offers 8.5N.m torque for a top speed of 73 km/h with a battery life of 2.5-3.5 hours.

The Polaris DAGOR is one of the vehicles competing for the US Army’s Infantry Squad Vehicle Program.

11 Responses to “DSEI 19 – Sur-Ron High Performance Electric Bike”

  1. Lasse says:

    7kg, so ~15 pounds?
    That’s 2kg lighter than my single speed bike, are you sure that there isn’t a 0 missing?

    • SSD says:

      That’s what they are claiming.

    • J.V. says:

      Their website says 50kg, so 110lbs

      • SSD says:

        I’m on a plane. I’ll review the literature they gave out when I retrieve my luggage tonight.

      • ScubaSteve says:

        J.V. putting in the real time and effort

        • Pete says:

          Yeah, that threw me too. Looks like the MOTOR weighs 7.3kg for the air cooled model or 8 kg for the water cooled model while the whole vehicle is probably 50kg. I say probably because it is listed as
          VEHICLE QUALITY: 50kg
          FRONT AXLE MASS DISTRIBUTION: 24kg
          REAR AXLE MASS DISTRIBUTION: 26kg

          No indication if that is for the air cooled or liquid cooled though. I’m guessing the liquid cooled weighs a bit more.

  2. TG says:

    The specs for the motor itself list the weight as 7.3KG, probably just put in the wrong line.

    Any info on price or availability for individual buyers?

  3. Pete says:

    Still, 7 kg for a silent electric dirtbike capable of 73 km/h for 2.5-3.5 hrs is some star wars s**t. 50 Kg is impressive enough as it is.

  4. Papa6 says:

    Web site states a maximum load of 100kg. Dang, I just barely make that in street clothes. No way most military types would make that weight with safety and field gear.

    • Pete says:

      Good point, that’s not going to work very well. Most of us are a solid 95-120kg in kit with no weapon and no pack. I wonder what the specs are on this thing when carrying 120kg or 150 kg?