Announcements of Damon’s 110,000-square-foot factory were made back in November 2021, along with a slew of moves in the job force sector, appointing a Chief Marketing Officer (CMO)/VP, new Head of EU Operations, and securing a partnership with Colombia-based distributor Auteco Mobility, according to RideApart.
Current focuses are set on completion of the production plant, as well as expanding brand efforts in Latin America and EU – and with infrastructure now well underway, why not?
Damon Motors was founded back in 2017 by Jay Giraud and Dom Kwong – two visionaries set to bring a whole new kind of electric bike to the masses.
Haptic feedback handlebars, a hazard-warning windshield LED bar, long-range radar, adjustable bars/footpegs, a bidirectional fast charger and the world’s first monocoque-built, all-electric, multi-variant powertrain are just a few things the brand has put into their projects.
There’s so much tech stuffed into their rare beasties, in fact, that they’ve even published a dictionary for readers to better understand the inner workings of the silent rides that will (hopefully) be released to the masses sometime shortly after 2025.