Press release | Halifax – SURU Inc presents the world’s first scrambler e-bike. Based on The revolutionary SURU One Fifty electric moped introduced in 2016, the SURU Scrambler takes those strengths and innovations one step further making it the ultimate town and country mobility tool.
Created by international award winning motorcycle designer Michael Uhlarik, the SURU Scrambler aims to expand the potential market for powered two wheelers.
“There are so many people who love the look and feel of cafe racer and dirt tracker style motorcycles” observed Uhlarik. “But getting into motorcycling can be scary. The e-bike offers the ideal platform for all kinds of people to dive into the fun of the custom motorcycle experience without fear or high cost. The Scrambler is just the first of many iterations of the SURU concept to come”
SURU is a new concept that integrates motorcycle-grade, front and rear suspension, lighting, and electric powertrain storage into a clean, elegant and robust design. Using proprietary technology developed for the Amarok P1 electric racing motorcycle, SURU Scrambler features an electric range of 70 km on road using throttle only, or it can be pedalled like a bicycle. The removable, lockable battery and all the power electronics are safely integrated inside the frame where they are protected from weather and theft. A full charge takes 3.5 hours.
SURU Cycles are manufactured in Canada for superior quality, and are the only electric bikes that feature US Department of Transportation (DOT) and Transport Canada compliant, motorcycle-grade wheels, tires and lighting on in a lightweight bike for a superior commuting experience, without the need for a license or insurance.
About SURU Inc.
Founded in of 2016 by five partners, SURU designs and manufacturing quality electric mobility products for the global personal mobility market. The SURU line of electric mopeds are made in Canada for quality, and sold all over the world.
About Michael Uhlarik
Michael is a motorcycle industry veteran with experience spanning 16 years and dozens of production vehicles for brands like Yamaha, Piaggio Aprilia, and Bombardier. An early pioneer of electric motorcycles, he is a sought after consultant and lecturer on the future of motorcycles.
Earlier published posts about Suru and Michael Uhlarik