Press release | Kumpan electric presents the new model 1954 Ri Sport with 100 km/h for the first time on the international stage. The most innovative and fastest Kumpan electric model will be on display from 6th to 11th of November at the international motorcycle trade fair “EICMA” in Milan. On 7th of November at 1:20 pm a press conference will take place on the occasion of the product launch at Kumpan electric’s booth (hall 9, booth G84). CMO Philipp Tykesson will present all features and product news.

Electric Motorcycles News - Kumpan 1954 Ri Sport

Kumpan electric’s 1954 Ri S is the second electric scooter of the “Ri” generation, which is designed, developed and assembled in Germany. The Ri generation is being introduced to the market in two speed versions: the 45 km/h version with four kilowatts of motor power as a city scooter, and the particularly powerful sports version with seven kilowatts and up to 100 km/h for fast riding pleasure, even on highways.

Electric Motorcycles News - Kumpan 1954 Ri Sport Electric Motorcycles News - Kumpan 1954 Ri Sport

The sports model comes with a 2-channel ABS and sports tires as standard, ensuring comfortable cornering and ultimate driving pleasure at a maximum level of safety. Furthermore, even the basic configuration of the new 1954 Ri S electric scooter already includes two specially developed and removable batteries “Kraftpaket 2.0”. This makes it possible to cover a range of up to 80 kilometers, which can be extended to up to 120 kilometers by adding a third battery.

Electric Motorcycles News - Kumpan 1954 Ri Sport

Electric Motorcycles News - Kumpan 1954 Ri Sport

With the new Ri generation Kumpan electric has launched the first electric scooter on the market with a seven-inch touch display, showing range, speed and consumption at a glance. The rider can also retrieve these key figures via an app on the smartphone. Also, the newly developed battery, the Kraftpaket 2.0, is equipped with the latest connectivity technology, making it the smartest battery available on the market. Localization and theft protection, evaluation of driving data and support during maintenance can now all be done through an app. Kumpan electric is therefore also breaking new ground when it comes to operation.

Electric Motorcycles News - Kumpan 1954 Ri Sport

Electric Motorcycles News - Kumpan 1954 Ri Sport

The new generation of vehicles combines the greatest design variety on the market with high performance and maximum functionality. The customer can choose between five colors of bodywork, four seat colors and three grip and legroom colors. This means that Kumpan electric has the largest selection of colors on the electric scooter market. With a revolutionary range of up to 186 kilometers at a maximum speed of 45 km/h and 120 kilometers at a top speed of 100 km/h, it sets new standards in the industry.

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About Kumpan electric

Kumpan electric (e-bility GmbH) is a multi-award-winning and internationally active green economy company. The product portfolio includes three electric kick and motor scooters with a maximum speed of 20 to 100 km/h as well as portable and universally suitable energy storage systems. The company for e-mobility concepts and sharing solutions was founded in 2010 by the three brothers Patrik, Daniel and Philipp Tykesson in Remagen near Bonn. Kumpan electric combines classic vehicle design with sustainable, innovative technology. The latest product generation 1954 Ri is designed, developed and assembled in Germany. It allows users to cover ranges of up to 186 kilometers. Today, German suppliers from the region make up the value chain of Kumpan electric. Kumpan electric is successfully expanding into other European and international markets: the electric scooters are represented in Germany, France, Hungary, Austria and Switzerland.

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Guy Salens

Guy Salens (motorcycle enthousiast): I want to show the world an overview of existing electric motorcycles and future projects. Because it's time.