Model 75 Electric Motorbike


The Model 75 has been accepted onto the PIMG SCHEME and there is a Government grant representing £500 of the cost of this bike.

How the pricing works

RETAIL PRICE                          7,500

PIMG GRANT                              500 

SALE DISCOUNT                        600

NETT PRICE                              6,400

The Model 75 is one of the most powerful electric motorbikes you can drive on UK roads.

Accelerate quietly and seamlessly from 0-50 in four seconds then cruise the countryside or urban landscape in what is undoubtedly the most exciting and stimulating experience you can have on two wheels. No clutch, no gears no sound of a motor. Just sheer effortless power. It has a maximum speed of 75MPH and a 40 degree climbing capacity.

One of our Model 75 customers sent us this video review which you might find of interest.

Thanks Paul.

Of course such a bike is not for everyone- you really need to know what you’re doing on it and the licensing requirements are the same as for a 125cc petrol scooter.

Features include helmet storage space under the seat, two USB sockets and a reverse gearDaytime running lights and bright headlights provide good visibility no matter what the weather and the completely redesigned combination brake system will stop you on any surface. The Model 75 is available with green and white trim.

The battery on this bike is made by CATL the largest manufacturer of EV batteries in the world.

CATL make the batteries for the latest Tesla car and the battery comes with an 8 year/50,000 mile manufacturers warranty.

it is possible to order the Model 75 with additional batteries giving the bike a range of 180 kilometres.

Please note that the batteries are not removable for charging.



The Model 75 is a registered vehicle and needs to be registered with DVLA. Riders require an A1 motorbike licence or to have undertaken CBT training. Insurance is compulsory and an approved motorcycle helmet must be worn. Road tax is free.


The Model 75 is delivered fully assembled and ready to ride. Normal lead time is 7-10 days.

User Guide


Green finish only available from stock


We normally send out all the required paperwork to register your bike however you should be aware that since the Covid pandemic DVLA have been slow to process paper applications.

We are registered with the Secure Registrations Scheme and for a fee of £75 (£55 first registration fee and £20 admin fee) we can register the bike on your behalf.

This is likely to be faster than the paper system.

Please tick the box below if you want this service.

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