CRF-E2 is the First-ever Electric Honda Motorcycle
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CRF-E2 is First-ever Electric Honda Motorcycle

It feels like we’ve been waiting for the first electric Honda motorcycle for several years now, but that wait is over. It’s finally here – and it’s just for kids! Meet the CRF-E2, the first-ever electric Honda motorcycle you can buy.

Built by Greenger Powersports under a license from Honda, the CRF-E2 may not be “all Honda”, but it will be sold exclusively through Honda powersports dealers and carry distinct visual cues to tie it, visually, to the bigger bikes in Honda’s stable. It’s a business model similar to what Harley-Davidson did with Stacyc when it first began offering electric starter bikes for kids, and both Husqvarna, and KTM have followed suit since.

Regardless of the business plans involved the Honda CRF-E2 is aimed at the 50cc class, and promises to “leave a lasting impression … (your kids) will never forget the experience.” The CRF-E2 promises your kids all the fun of the CRF50, but without having to deal with the noise, emission, and heat (which is dangerous, and a fire hazard) from the gas engine.

At $2950, plus freight and destination, the CRF-E2 isn’t cheap. In fact, it’s a lot more expensive than a Tesla Cyberquad and squarely in Volcon Runt territory, and it’s not entirely clear yet how it would stack up against either.

To help answer that question for yourself, you can check out the full spec sheet and launch video, below, then let us know what you think of this little electric Honda in the comments section at the bottom of the page.


Honda CRF-E2 Specs

Electric Motor:48 V- BLDC motor with inner rotor
Rated Output1.2 KW / 2000RPM
Max. Power:2.5 KW
Torque:Rate:5.5Nm; Max:25Nm
Max Motor Speed:4,000 RPM
Final Drive:01:07.1
Drive Mode:Stage 1 , Stage 2
Cooling System:Air Cooled
Powerpack:Swappable lithium-Ion battery, L*W*H:145*91*270mm, Weight:5.9kg(13lb)
Capacity/Energy:20 AH/960 Wh
Charging Time 100%:Standard: 4 Hours , Quick Charge: 2.5 Hours
Charging Time 80%:Standard: 3.2 Hours , Quick Charge: 2 Hours
Run Time:2 hours in ideal conditions with full charge
Charger Line Voltage:90-264 V/50-60 Hz
Charging Input:1.3A@230V(AC)
Charging Power:290 W
Frame:Aluminum twin-spar with Double-Cradle
Handlebar:Tapered Aluminum ϕ22mm
Front Suspension:Hydraulic Conventional Telescopic Fork ϕ33mm, Length 600mm(24.25inches)
Rear Suspension:DNM Rebound/Preload Adjustable,Length 230mm(9inches)
Suspension Travel Front /Rear:100mm(3.9ins)/210mm(8.3inches)
Front Brake:Hydraulic caliper w/ 190 mm petal-style rotor; right-hand-lever actuated
Rear Brake:Hydraulic caliper w/ 190 mm petal-style rotor; left-hand-lever actuated
Front /Rear Rims:12×1.6 spoke aluminum rim
Front /Rear Tires:60/100-12 Kenda® Millville K771 knobby tire
Steering Head Angle:25°
Triple Clamp Offset:25°
Wheel Base:970mm (38inches)
Handlebar Height:860mm (33.8inches)
Ground Clearance:200mm (7.8inches)
Seat Height:Adjustable 630mm (24.8inches) / 650mm (25.5inches)
Overall length:1395mm (55inches)
Overall Width:690mm (27.1inches)
Overall Height:920mm (36.2inches)
Max Load:45kg (99lb)
Weight:48kg (106lb)


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