Source: press release HVR | High Voltage Racing (HVR) from Germany has its origins in the motocross and enduro world and knows better than anyone what is important to develop a good working electric offroad motorcycle. Their vision is to make the entry into motocross sport easier and less complicated. With their range of kids electric MX motorbikes it is possible for more children to practice this sport. That is why they develop and produce affordable motorcycles that require very little maintenance. And thanks to the low engine noise, the ability to drive almost anywhere.
The HVR motorbikes have a perfectly adjustable drive that “grows” with the child’s abilities and, in the highest setting, it can easily keep up with the performance of a 50 cc engine and is superior in terms of its better controllability.
Today they present the world the 65PRO with a completely redeveloped drive train, a new more powerful motor and a battery that is almost twice as large, and now replaceable.
As with all HVRs, the rotor of the new motor runs directly in a special cooling oil, which means that the heat can be effectively dissipated to the engine housing without additional coolers, so the full peak power of 13.5 kW (approx. 18.5 hp) can be called upon at any time.
The newly developed battery provides 1.7 kWh. The 154 cells are monitored by the battery management at all times during operation, so it is ensured that temperatures, voltages, currents, etc. are always within optimal range.
Thanks to the newly developed connector system, which is not only extremely compact for the enormous power to be transmitted, but can also be easily plugged and unplugged thanks to a sophisticated lever system, the battery can now be changed on the track in 2-3 minutes, if necessary. It is secured with 4 bolts in the frame so that it remains securely attached under any load.
The motor’s high torque of 35 Nm is transmitted to the rear wheel by the AFAM MX2G chain, which was actually developed for the 85 cc class and is probably the strongest 420 chain on the market, which presses 840 Newton onto the track at the wheel contact point.
In order to have a perfect view of the state of charge at all times, the 65PRO has a large 2.66 inch e-ink display, which is completely new in the motorcycle sector, which uses almost no energy and is also perfectly readable even in bright sunshine.
- Age: approx. 8-13 years
- Seat height: approx. 785 mm (variable between approx. 760 mm approx. 830 mm)
- Handlebar height: approx. 1000 mm
- Power: max. 13,5 kW
- Speed: max. approx. 80 km/h
- Wheels front/rear: 14″ /12″ Gibson MX 4.1
- Suspension front: 35 mm Upside Down Gabel with 210 mm travel, rebound and compression adjustable
- Suspension rear: Monoshock with 275 mm stroke, spring preload and rebound adjustable also compression in high und low speed adjustable
- Weight: approx. 61 kg
- Brake front: Hydraulic two-piston system 220 mm wave disc
- Brake rear: Hydraulic foot brake single-piston system with 178 mm wave disc (can be converted to hand control)
- Battery: 14S 11P Lithium Ionen battery, 50.4 Volt 33 Ah 1710 Wh (changeable)
Of course, like all HVR motorcycles, the 65PRO can be fully adjusted in terms of performance, speed, engine braking and response behavior via the HVR Connect app. This makes it suitable for the first steps on a motorcycle, as well as the hunt for best laptimes.
The suspension is also completely new, at the front there is a fully adjustable FastAce USD fork with a stanchion diameter of 35 mm and a travel of 210mm, at the rear the new FastAce shock absorber is adjustable in terms of rebound, compression (both high and low speed), the spring preload, and now due to the the threaded damper eye, the length is variable.
The fork is held in place by the redesigned, now lighter CNC machined triple clamp. The frame has also lost weight compared to the 60.4 due to a new design and is now powder-coated in a noble grey. The new decals now are shining in bright green.
Due to the position of the fork in the fork bridge and the new threaded damper eye on the rear shock absorber, the seat height can be varied from approx. 760 mm up to approx. 830 mm.
At the front, a double-piston caliper bites into a 220 mm wave brake disc, at the rear a single-piston system with a 178 mm disc ensures deceleration. As standard, the rear brake is operated via the new, much more stable foot brake lever, but can also be ordered with a left-side hand brake lever, at no additional cost.
The price of the 65PRO in Germany is € 5390 including shipping. More info at their website: