Electric Surfboard That Doesn’t Need Waves

Aquila Boards have spent the last few years developing an electric jet surfboard for their brand Onean, with the help of product engineering company Bizintek. The surfboards make it possible to surf without any waves. “Aquila presents an electric jet board to enjoy high speed over water. From cruising over the water surface for the most adventurous ones to the most extreme performances for adrenaline fans. We have designed several boards and propulsion systems so you can choose the best for you. Lightweight and fast. Its powerful electric jet is environmentally friendly and really intuitive to use.”

Low Riding Electric Motorcycle Zecoo

In the heart of Japan, skilled craftsmen are quietly working on low riding electric motorcycle named Zecoo. Assembled by hand, many parts of the bike are made from sculpted aluminum alloy block with an innovative frame layout that is centered around the electric components. Iin addition, the hub steering mechanism designed to accommodate the battery’s weight to maintain steering ability without changing the riders posture. The power unit comes from Zero Motorcycles, provides a maximum torque of 144 Nm with smooth acceleration that is uninterrupted by any shifting gears. The Zecoo electric motorcycle was designed by Kota Nezu from Znug Design. The Toyko native worked for Toyota before starting the acclaimed design studio. Unfortunately, the electric bike will be limited to only 49 units, which will be customized and decorated according to individual demand.

Harley-Davidson LiveWire Electric Motorcycle

Harley-Davidson is about to change. The iconic brand have introduced the LiveWire, a step toward the future. The Project LiveWire Experience is a research project into the viability of an electric two-wheeler for the bar-and-shield brand, it will take the bike on a 30-city tour across America to gather feedback from consumers before actually going into mass production. So what do you think? Is electricity the way to go even for Harley? And don’t forget to check our list of the fastest bikes of the world.

Electric Motorcycle Johammer J1

Check Johammer J1, an electric motorcycle out of Austria that is styled like nothing else on the road. The work of one Johann Hammerschmid and his small team of experts, the Johammer J1 features a number of notable design decisions, including the electric motor being integrated into the rear wheel, a front wheel that uses hub-center steering and a double wishbone style front suspension mechanism, and side mirrors that offer a high-resolution display showing speed, range and other vital bits of data. The Johammer J1 is available in two versions, $31,000 or $34,500, depending on the size battery pack you opt for.

Electric Motorcycle “Orphiro”

Orphiro is not just an electric bike, it’s efficient, quiet and an all around a great option for sustainable mobility. This battery-powered cruiser made in the Netherlands. Company founder Alexander Steegh says the slick streamlined exterior covers five lithium-ion batteries putting out 72 volts. Top speed is 75 mph, and recharging the batteries takes six and a half hours. “Sustainable fun, a cool design and comfortable driving. Orphiro combines all ideals when it comes to new motorcycling: fully electric, fast loading and one with nature.”