Belgian Bike Maker Saroléa Reveals the N60 MM.01 Electric Motorcycle
And Matching Gear
You may have heard of Saroléa the company had a bike called the Manx7 that it released in 2018. Now the company has a new bike called the N60 MM.01. Horrible name, I know, but it has some things that will pique your interest. The fully electric motorcycle looks like a Saroléa machine, and that is to say, it looks good.
The bike has a thoroughly modern-looking design with a carbon fiber construction. The frame and all bodywork are carbon fiber. The bike weighs just 474 pounds and appears to be mostly battery. The battery is a 22kWh lithium-ion affair that fits in the center of the bike. It is supposed to be good for 205 miles of range per charge. It also offers DC quick-charging.
The bike doesn’t skimp on the fancy parts. It has Ohlins FGRT-200 front forks, Ohlins TTX36 rear shock, Beringer Aerotec four-piston radial calipers up front and two-piston units in the rear. The wheels are OZ Gass-Rs measuring 17 inches and made of forged aluminum. The wheels are wrapped in Dunlop Sportsmart TT tires.
The Saroléa N60 can also be had with its own matching gear. Isn’t that cute? The company teamed up with Cafe Costume, helmet maker Hedon, and knife maker Studio Blade. The whole packages is a slim-cut “biker suit” that’s armored, a Hedon helmet and a carbon-fiber-handled Damascus steel fixed-blade knife from Studio Blade.
The company plans to make 20 bike and gear packages. There is not a price listed on the website that I can see. It’s probably one of those cases where if you have to ask, you can’t afford it.