If you have been looking to get into the dirt bike scene, but want to do so in a more environmentally friendly way, the manufacturer Ristretto may have the solution for you.
Known as the 512, this all-electric bike features a range of environmentally conscious design elements, including a gearbox built to produce less noise while still putting out 250 Nm of torque. To add to this, the Catalina battery pack system is built to ensure adequate heat dissipation and even has room for a fuse module and an Apple AirTag, while still promising 100 miles of range in pedal assist mode and 45 miles of range at full throttle.
Because the 512 is also a hybrid bike, it features a single-speed chain drive train, meaning you can go back to basics and pedal to power the bike when the battery pack runs out of juice.
Ristretto has said that the 512 is currently available to pre-order with deliveries scheduled for Q4 2023, with the bike costing $3800 or $4200, depending on whether you grab the A20 version or the slightly more powerful A24 edition.