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Ryvid Anthem Electric Motorcycle

Ryvid, a startup in California, has unveiled the Anthem electric motorcycle as its first offering. The Anthem employs a motor totally enclosed in the swingarm and a replaceable 4.3kWh battery pack good for 75 miles of range and a top speed of 75 MPH. It is built around a stainless steel frame that weighs just 12 pounds. The Anthems unique packaging draws on the founder and CEO Dong Trans experience in the aerospace industry and weights under 240 pounds overall. The 4.9-inch TFT display provides information, and the Ergo-Easy seat has a comfortable 30-34-inch seat height. There are currently reservations open for 1,000 units of the inaugural Anthem Launch Edition.



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