Nice to see you, the new Quantya really look's good, but go to this link and I think the electric motocross dirt bike, for racing is never just a dream machine anymore :) !
Have a nice day!
Hello everyone. Just to let you guys know.............My Blade XT will be on display this weekend at the EPIC Sustainable Living Expo . Here is the link http://www.epicexpo.com/
The bike is beside the main stage and parked with AC Propulsion’s E-BOX .
Here are a couple of pictures of the Blade XT at the EPIC show.................
One happy rider..........
Off to the next EVent.
Have you considered buying the Quantya? They make a 72volt supermoto version.
Yes I have. But the problem is that I have invested all this money into the Blade XT already...........Hard to turn around now. Also I have been contacted by Dario of Quantya USA regarding the 76v 40ah lithium powered supermoto bike .................... But he won't take trades. He is interested in taking a closer look at my XT at one of my EV show appearances.
Dario's question to me was why I had to pay for the bike if I was a part of a Beta program (giving feedback to improve the product)? Quantya gives out bikes (free to use) for that kind of Beta feedback to electric vehicle enthusists, EV builders, and riders.
Here is the Electricmoto letter to me regarding the Beta program.........
Blade XT Beta Sales Program Offering
> Dear Blade XT Enthusiast,
> Thank you! The response to our new website and from
> the September
> ForbesLife article has been absolutely overwhelming.
> Today we are pleased to announce a beta Blade XT
> sales program. We are
> offering a limited number of new pre-production
> Blades for sale to
> experienced off road riders. Participants in the
> beta sales program
> will agree to provide us with feedback of their real
> world riding
> The Blade offered in this program is our flagship
> model with all
> premium components, including Ohlins suspension and
> Galfer Wave disc
> brake rotors. It will sell for $9950 USD. The
> optional Quick Charger
> will be included at no extra charge as a special
> "thank you" to the
> beta program participants.
> Please email us at beta at electricmoto.com with a
> brief description of
> your riding experience if you wish to apply for
> participation. No
> financing is available for beta sales; price does
> not include shipping
> from our factory in Ashland, Oregon.
> Thanks again to everyone who has expressed interest
> in the Blade XT.
I thought they where supposed to give you your money back on the XT?
I contacted Quantya about their 72volt version but he did not mention the beta program I will have to email
him back on that!!!
I thought they where supposed to give you your money back on the XT? I contacted Quantya about their 72volt version but he did not mention the beta program I will have to email him back on that!!!
Electricmoto doesn't have funds at the moment to give any refunds. As for Quantya.........I understand the bikes are going out to places like MX magazines in Europe, and customers can come by and use the bikes at their test track at the plant.
Another update..................Lots of e-mails but still no money from Electricmoto.
The Electricmoto Blade XT, drift, and other electric motorcycles will be on display at the annual REV2008 show in Vancouver B.C. Check out the web site. Here is a picture of a couple EVs that I will bring to the show.
That couch is PWNful. :)
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Here is a link to another Blade XT Topic on this forum.
The new Electricmoto web site is up now..............looks OK but not finished.
Still waiting for the refund money. Hope to get it next week as that is I was told. Hope so.
Here is another posting on the Electricmot Blade XT. Check it out
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