Back in March of this year, there was a stir around the Maeving RM1 electric motorcycle, which not only successfully sold all 100 of its new zero-emission motorcycles but also received another 1,500 registrations of interest. It’s August now, and the first 100 units that have been sold out have finally landed in the eager hands of buyers across the country.
“We are overjoyed,” says Maeving co-founder Will Stirrup in the MCN report.
“It was a special moment when someone enjoyed what we had created, about four years after starting the journey,” he added.
The Maeving RM1 is a cute British electric motorcycle, one of the few zero-emission motorcycles equipped with a removable battery (which can be charged from any outlet).
With a claimed top speed of 45 mph, a power reserve of 80 miles (with two 57.4V removable batteries installed), and a price tag of 4995 pounds, customers were delighted with the ratio of aesthetics and performance – and, in general, the expediency of the Coventry-based company, given that Maeving its website was launched publicly only at the beginning of November 2021.
“To date, the electrification of motorcycles has gained huge popularity. This is also due to the fact that it is much easier to produce electric motorcycles than cars. It is with two-wheeled transport that many begin electrification.”