For an electric bike, Ola’s Roadster appears more typical than the other Ola offerings; this prototype displays an LED strip – the running theme in the range – as well as a small cowling/windscreen moment, taller clip-ons with wider handlebars for more neutral riding ergonomics and extended turn indicators.
A two-tone set of aqualine fairings and a minimalist digital console complete the modern visuals, leading the eye to the suspension: An upside-down fork and rear monoshock, rolling on alloy wheels and carrying a single-sided swingarm, with stoppage controlled by disc brakes and the additional perk of a passenger peg for two-up thrills.
Thus begins Ola’s forage into the electric ADV segment.
The Ola Adventure shows off long-travel suspension, complete with an upside-down fork at the front and a monoshock unit at the rear. The floating duties accompany wire-spoked wheels, which are dressed in Pirelli Scorpion STR rubber and show off the typical dual-sided swingarm.
The ground clearance may be on point, but we’re more curious about the power specs, which are still TBA for the range.
Laidback ergonomics, a low saddle, and high handlebars; Ola definitely injected a futuristic lean on the first member of their electric cruiser range.
This zero-emission prototype sports LED lights, a sparse digital dash, an elongated fuel tank, suspension in the form of an upside-down fork with accompanying monoshock at the rear, and disc brakes. A single-sided swingarm lends swag to the overal look of the thing, while a few well-placed fairings cover the bike’s shoulder and front forks.
The rest of the machine is streamlined for days, with no passenger potential in the stubby tail.
This one’s a weirdo.
The horizontal strip at the front of the Ola Diamondhead isn’t a headlight, it’s a glow-up aesthetic. The real headlamp sits on the underside of the bike’s nose, which serves as a sort of complimentary windscreen and is dressed, like the rest of the machine, in dual-tone fairings.
Limbo-low clip-on handlebars and 17” alloy wheels contribute to the bike’s aggressive stance, while Ola’s Diamondhead shows off brakes in the form of a dual disc at the front and single at the rear.
A hub-centred steering system completes our knowledge of this prototype.
What do you think of Ola’s new electric motorcycles?