2022 Talaria ‘Sting’ MX 6000w Electric Motorcycle – Black

Availability: Available on backorder

Talaria

Available on back-order

Quantity

£4,495.00

or from £3,775.00 today & 5 weekly interest-free payments of £144.00 with Laybuy

Categories : Electric Bikes

Full Power on demand Hi Speed Electric Motorcycle

The Talaria ‘Sting’ is the creation from a group of engineers, that previously helped develop the recent market leading electric motorcycle. However, they were convinced that they were able to develop their own design, improving the product in many ways. These include a higher seat height, larger battery capacity, wider swing arm, wider rear tyre, 4 level adjustable braking regen and overall styling of the bike too. The result is a bike that offers the rider a wealth of design innovations and a stylish bike to take on any terrain.

Breaking through all barriers you will now have access to 6000W of peak power supplied from the  60V38.4AH lithium LG battery that produces an impressive 31.8NM of peak torque.

A highly innovative and technologically advanced 2 speed gearbox delivers that power through a smooth and consistent curve, all the ways to 47 MPH!

Combine this with its light net weight of 58KG, the power to weight ratio of the sting is unrivalled, allowing you to hit trails harder for longer!

Specification:

  • Motor – Talaria Permanent Magnet Synchro
  • Top Speed –  47 MPH (44T Sprocket)
  • Drive – Twist Throttle
  • Range – Up to 62 Miles
  • Peak Power / Voltage – 6000W Peak 60V (DC)
  • Peak Torque – 34Nm
  • Battery – LG 21700 Li-Ion Battery 60V 38Ah
  • Gear Ratio – 8.35 (44T Sprocket)
  • Primary / Secondary Drive – Gearbox / Chain
  • Speedometer – LCD Digital Speedo
  • Chassis Material – 6061 T4 & T6 Frame / Swing
  • Front Suspension – DNM USD 26″, Stroke 203mm
  • Rear Suspension – DNM or Fast Ace 450LB Stroke 73mm
  • Tyres – CST F:70/100-19 R:80/100-19
  • Brakes – Talaria 4 Piston Hydraulic Disc
  • Brake Regen – 4 Level Adjustment
  • Net Weight – 58 KG
  • Wheel Base – 1250mm

 

COVID-19 UPDATE – Please be aware some delivery networks are experiencing delays due to demand – please allow some extra time for shipping

Standard delivery £7.95 – 3-5 days delivery from despatch (please note this excludes weekends).

Express delivery £9.95 – 2-3 days delivery from despatch (please note this excludes weekends).

Next day delivery £11.95 – We can only provide next day delivery for orders placed before 12 noon. Orders placed after 12 noon will move into the next working day’s despatches (please note this excludes weekends and bank holidays). All next day orders are prioritised and despatched first. We prioritise your order so that it leaves the same day (if placed before noon) on a ‘Next Day Delivery’ service with our couriers (Or on a 24hr service if with Royal Mail). Orders placed on Friday’s after midday, and on Saturdays and Sundays, will be despatched on Monday as the couriers and Royal Mail do not collect parcels on Saturday and Sunday, and if they do then parcels do not enter the delivery network until Monday.

Saturday delivery – Saturday / Sunday (weekend) delivery is not currently guaranteed or widely available through our usual network of couriers. Some deliveries may well arrive on Saturdays, but this is at the discretion of the courier, and as such when ordering on a Friday for Next Day delivery we do not guarantee it will arrive on the Saturday, we / the couriers guarantee it will arrive the next ‘Working Day’ i.e. Monday.

Working days

This term is widely used in delivery information as it refers to Monday through to Friday as being ‘working days’, and weekends are not classed as such. We use around half a dozen different couriers at any one time to give the best, cheapest and quickest delivery to your area across a wide variety of packages, which includes Small and Large Letters, Small and Medium Parcels and also Large Parcels. To have the flexibility to meet these demands we use the following services:

All of these firms use slightly different terms, but as a general rule collections are made on ‘Working Days’ i.e. Monday to Friday, and deliveries are always done on Monday to Friday, and with Despatch Bay and Royal Mail delivering on Saturdays i.e. 6 days a week for just the delivery side of the Network.

As an example an order placed on a Wednesday at 8am in the morning will be despatched that same day, using the couriers ‘Next Day Service’ and will therefor arrive on the Thursday the day after. However, an order placed on the Wednesday at 2pm, will be shipped on the Thursday using the couriers ‘Next Day Delivery’ service and arrive on the Friday. The reason for this is that the couriers have collection times of between 1pm and 5pm, so we cannot guarantee that after 12 noon we can pick, pack and ship your item that very same day due to the couriers various collection times.

If you are in significant need of a ‘Next Day’ delivery we do suggest that you call or email us before placing your order so we can advise you and can avoid any unnecessary disappointment.

We have increasingly found that over recent years many customers can place an order at 8pm at night and expect to be able to receive it the following morning, which we’re unable to do because of the nature of how couriers work, and also because our business is open from 9am to 5pm each day and we do not operate a night shift for packing orders.

Disclaimer: We always endeavour to do our absolute best to pick, pack and ship out your order as quickly as possible. However we do ask customers to understand that we purchase the Delivery Service on your behalf from all of the above mentioned couriers, and as such we entrust them to carry out the final leg of the journey to you. We know that statistically around 98% of orders with courier deliveries are done on time and in accordance with the service that we buy from them. However, that does mean that around 2% do not, this is often for a variety of reasons, but not least because the courier firms are enormous operations that handle tens or hundreds of thousands of packages each and every day, if not millions, and so inevitably parcels may go missing or take longer to deliver than anticipated.

We kindly ask that customers take this into consideration, and do not complain harshly or abuse our staff in the unlikely, but perfectly possible event that your parcel does not arrive in time. We always want happy customers, and we work extremely hard behind the scenes to pull your order together and get it out to you very quickly.

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