British motorcycle drivers clearly positioned: You never want to drive electrically – news

A current study has now shown that in Great Britain, a large part of the bikers would prefer to stop driving motorcycles than switch to electrically operated motorcycles. We tested the electric Harley. You can find more information on this in the video.

As is well known, the British government is planning a regulation according to which it should be prohibited in the country from 2030 to acquire new motor vehicles with internal combustion engines, we reported. Of course, that would also affect the sale of motorcycles. A current study has now shown that the majority of British bikers agree to anything but with it. Netzwelt reports that more than 30 percent of the respondents would even prefer to stop the hobby than to drive an electric motorcycle.

A total of 4.805 motorcyclists on the island on behalf of the Motorcycle Action Group interest association interviewed. The majority (2.702) wants to continue driving with your own existing motorcycle as long as possible. Over 30 percent of all subjects (1.476) If the hobby would stop immediately, the regulation should actually come into force. Only the remnant of the respondents agreed to switch to an e-bike in this case.

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(Image: Zeromotorcycles.com) British motorcycle drivers clearly positioned: they never want to drive electrically

Study: Better to perform as a green performance.

An earlier study in Great Britain also came to a slightly different result. According to a survey carried out by the British blog of bikesure among 632 motorcycle and moped drivers, almost half of all respondents were interested in owning a electricity motorcycle or e-moped, we reported.

The interest is particularly high for those under 25. But this has little to do with environmental awareness: this was the immediate torque at e-bikes and thus the high performance for almost 58 percent of those surveyed was the most important argument for an e-bike. However, this investigation with only 632 participants was not very representative.

In the video you can see a detailed test of the e-motorcycle Zero FXS.

This article was written by Lars Schwichtenberg
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2 thoughts on “British motorcycle drivers clearly positioned: You never want to drive electrically – news”

  1. I wouldn’t drive either
    E-motorcycles are simply characterless vehicles. Listen as if a S-Bahn is being out of the … Ride a train station and a decent weekend tour with 10-15 mopeds is also not in. Imagine just when every moped driver has to charge, then it takes a single charging pillar a whole day until it goes on or at the rest area with several charging stations does not work for 2 hours. Is simply uninteresting.

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  2. I can do it
    to my old CBR1000F an even older Z1000… To drive and tinker. The two should then reach up to my end of my career. About an additional (!) E-bike you can still think again.

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