Wednesday , December 2 2020

Ducati MIG-RR – electric motorbike from the fastest motorcycle manufacturer



Electric cars are in fashion and they are also aware of the latest car or motorcycle makers. After BMW or General Motors, Ducati introduced the Ducati MIG-RR electric bicycle.

This motorbike was made in collaboration with Ducati and the Italian company, Thok E-bikes, which specializes in electric bicycles. Ergonomic bicycle frames are made of aluminum, which is surprising when we consider it a premium brand and the price is not the lowest. Designed by designer Aldo Drudi in collaboration with Ducati Design Center, this motorbike looks perfect.

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MIG-RR is an Enduro mountain bike that is designed for every terrain. The motorcycle engine is Shimano Steps E8000 with three levels of assistance – Eco, Trail and Boost. There will be no Power-Walk mode to help push the bike. The add-on is Shimano E-Tube, where you can set the Trail and Boost mode to three different positions.

This power is maintained by a Shimano 504 Wh battery, which is located at the bottom of the frame. You can charge even when the battery is on a bicycle. These frames also emerged from both sides and did not lack Kashima Factory Series FOX DPX2. Shimano XT Shimano XT consists of 11 speeds.

The weight of the bike is higher than usual in an electric bicycle. MIGG-RR weighs 22.5 kg. Bicycle speed with on-call assistance is limited to 25 kilometers per hour.

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If you are interested in new things from Ducati, they will be booked in advance from January 2019 with availability in spring 2019. The price is € 6,250, which is a big difference compared to the competition. On the other hand, if you always want Ducati, and you don't have money for bicycles, why not take a more environmentally friendly way.

If you want to see Ducati MIG-RR first hand, bicycles will be on display at the Ducati stand at the EICMA 2018 exhibition in Milan, Italy from November 8-11.

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