The Sarolea SP7 Bike is Made Almost Entirely of Carbon Fiber

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - May 6, 2014
References: sarolea-racing & gizmag
The Sarolea SP7 is a Belgian-made high-performance electric motorbike. These racing bike, which weighs 200 kilograms, features an engine capable of pushing out 180 horsepower and an incredible 400 pounds-feet of torque. These specs make this bike an absolute flier.

The bike's engine is hooked up to a single-speed transmission, which ensures that riding the bike is not a complicated endeavor but is very simple. The bike has no clutch, so all of its power is available for the taking whenever the throttle is engaged.

The Sarolea SP7 is absolutely bathed in carbon fiber -- its frame, subframe, swingarm and even its cable guides are made of carbon fiber.

The bike will be featured on the Isle of Man TT Zero electric motorcycle race.