In May 2020, THE PACK published the German eROCKIT, one of the most extraordinary electric motorcycles of today. Intuitive and easy to use like a bicycle, but it is as fast as a motorcycle.
Source: Press release eROCKIT Systems | International top soccer player Max Kruse (1. FC Union – First League) invested in the Brandenburg-based eMobility startup eROCKIT Systems. The German first league player is investing in a vehicle manufacturer with a highly innovative technology and a sustainable product “Made in Germany”. As it is well known, Max Kruse has a passion for fast cars. With his “Max Kruse Racing Team”, the sport star is proud owner of his racing team since 2018. Now he is investing first time into the booming market for electric two-wheelers. Max explains: “I never felt the interaction between man, machine and driving dynamics as impressively as with the eROCKIT. When I first started pedaling, I experienced the tremendous power and incredible acceleration. It feels like you can fly with this brilliant bike.”
eROCKIT is the first pedal-controlled electric motorcycle and is characterized by a unique drive concept. The control is intuitive, driving dynamics and performance unfold with every step on the pedals. The e-motorcycle accelerates to around 90 km / h within a few seconds. Mr. Kruse sees great opportunities for all of us in the field of electric mobility. “We can change the world with new and innovative technology. eROCKIT combines technology, design, speed, driving pleasure and clean mobility. For me it’s more than the most beautiful men’s toy in the world! “
About Max Kruse
The 14-times national team player has been under contract with 1. FC Union Berlin/Germany since August 2020. Max Kruse was born in Reinbek (Schleswig-Holstein / Germany) in 1988 and has since played for many well-known German Bundesliga Teams such as Werder Bremen, FC St. Pauli, SC Freiburg, Borussia Mönchengladbach and VfL Wolfsburg. Internationally, he played for Fenerbahçe Istanbul 2019/20.
About the eROCKIT
The eROCKIT is produced in Hennigsdorf near Berlin. It is the first pedal-controlled electric motorcycle that differs from all other vehicles in the world of electric mobility thanks to its special concept. The eROCKIT is easy and intuitive to use, a so-called human hybrid. Man and machine interact with each other. The driver steps on the pedals, depending on the driving behavior, his muscle strength is multiplied over 50 times and delights him with an indescribable, magical driving experience. The drive of the eROCKIT is clutch-free and direct. With a top speed of 90 km / h, the eROCKIT is even suitable for the Autobahn.
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About eROCKIT Systems
eROCKIT Systems GmbH is a technology provider and vehicle manufacturer of the electric motorcycle eROCKIT and develops and manufacturers their products with a team of international two-wheeler experts in Hennigsdorf near Berlin. eROCKIT is the unique, pedal-operated electric motorcycle, equipped with the latest battery technology. eROCKIT® and Human Hybrid® are registered trademarks of eROCKIT.
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eROCKIT | Made in Germany
Type: forced air cooled, highly efficient, brushless permanent magnet synchronous motorTransmission: clutch-free HTD Belt DrivePeak power: 16 kW / 22 HPContinuous power: 5 kW / 7 HP
Type: 52 Volt Lithium Ion BatteryCapacity: 6,6 kWh
Charger: external Plug-In-Charger,
230VAC Input voltage with CEE7/7 PlugCharging time: 20% -> 80% SOC: 3 hours, 0% -> 100% SOC: 5 hours
Frame: aluminium frameWheelbase: 1450 mmSteering head angle: 22,9°Trail: 89,6 mmFront suspension: adjustable 37mm Upside-Down-ForkRear suspension: 203 mm shock absorber with adjustable preloadFront brake: 300 mm disc brake, 4 piston radial mount caliperRear brake: 220 mm disc brake, 2 piston caliperFront wheel: 1.85×17“aluminum 5-spoke wheel with 80/100-17 Heidenau K80 tyreRear wheel: 2.50×17“aluminum 5-spoke wheel with 100/90-17 Heidenau K80 tyreWeight: 120 kg (265 lb)
Top speed: 89 km/h (56 mph)Range: 120 km (75 mi), depending on payload, driving style, road surface, incline and climate