|Speed||15 and 31 mph|
|Power||2 kW (2.7 hp)|
|Battery Life||800 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||3-4 hours|
The Garelli Ciclone is an electric moped by an Italian motorcycle manufacturer. The model was released as part of a 100-year anniversary to celebrate the history of the company. The model was first released in 1976.
The Ciclone has a powerful 2,000 watt Bosch electric motor integrated in the rear wheel. The motor has a torque of 120 Nm and provides a restricted top speed of 31 mph.
The Ciclone has a removable 40 Ah Lithium battery made by Samsung for a driving range of 75 miles (ECO mode). The charge time of the battery is 3-4 hours.
The Ciclone is available in 5 versions: Scout, Dark, Metal, Passion and Sport. The differences in each model are mostly related to design, components and price.
The Ciclone has front and rear disc brakes and a mono shock absorber.
The Ciclone can be customized for business purposes such as cargo (delivery) and security. The Ciclone is available as a police/security version.
The Ciclone can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.
Nuova Garelli S.p.a.
Palazzo Tintoretto, 15
20084, Lacchiarella (MI)
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