Bike enthusiasts keep their ears constantly glued to the grapevine in hopes of being the first to hear about a new bike making the rounds. For long, ardent fans of bikes have been hearing about the Mission One EV and waiting impatiently to ctch sight of it. Finally, their prayers have been answered.
The electric sports bike by Mission Motors has made its first appearance at the Technology, Entertainment, Design conference. Mission One EV has been designed by Yves Béhar and anyone who has even the slightest interest in bikes would agree that the design is a winning entry. Not on the flashy side, Mission One EV impresses with minimalistic designing and the stats. The bike can hit a top speed of 150mph and estimated range of 150 miles. Mission One EV is already in production, marketed by Forrest North and co-founders Edward West and Mason Cabot. The first 50 of the bikes will hit the market in 2010 as part of a Limited Edition model priced at $68,995 each. A more affordable version of the Mission One would be announced this summer.
Mission One EV will make its racing debut at the TTXGP on June 12th. Until then, you can drool over the pictures of the Mission One EV.