The latest Alta Motors Redshift ST concept bike will be showcased at Portland, Oregon's The One Show on February 10. The electric motorcycle has instantaneous torque and intangible internal combustion engines, which hides the powerful powertrain.
The new Alta Motors Redshift ST concept has managed a solving style from its inevitable battery. It has a silver of baby blue body, which defines as the flat track racing and urban commuting in one hooligan-sized packaged. It comes with 120 ft-lbs of torque propelling just 250 lbs.
It runs on a 19-inch BST carbon fiber wheels and a shod with DOT Mitas tires. The seat measures 31.5-inch and 35.5-inch in height. It has a 15-pound battery pack, which range 50 miles and its full recharge takes six hours. Its battery is packed with 40 horsepower motor.
The Alta Motors Redshift ST is a street tracker, which has a flat track racer and light weight low-slung motorcycle. It will be leveraging the aluminum bones of the motorcycle's platform. It features a WP suspension lowered to bring the seat down to 3.5 inches and the bike can be accessible to the multitudes.
The Alta Motors is aiming to create a new subframe and seat which carries the motorcycles to undulating flow from front to back. The company told Autoblog that they are not made any final decision if the company is aiming for the possibility of production.
The fourth annual The One Motorcycle Show will be held at Sandbox Studios at 420 NE 9th Avenue. It will runs from February 8 to February 10. It showcases motorcycle which built from Chabott Engineering, Deus Ex Machina, See See Motorcycles, Roland Sands, G&H Cycles, Hammerhead Industries, 4Q Conditioning, Icon and Alta Motors.
It will also feature 21 Helmets display and will be decorated by various artists. On February 8, it will be from 5:00 pm to 12 midnight, February 9 noon to 11:00 pm and February 10 will be from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.