Ryvid Unveils Electric Motorcycle “The Anthem” with Limited-Time Introductory Pricing.

Ryvid launches first-of-its-kind customizable EV motorcycle, offering early adopters exclusive pricing until August 31, 2023.

Ryvid, an innovator in Electric Vehicle mobility based in Southern California, is launching the much-anticipated “Anthem” electric motorcycle, a first-of-its-kind vehicle that fuses advanced aerospace technology with the elegance of EV architecture. The Anthem’s reservations are now open, but the clock is ticking as the introductory pricing will conclude on August 31, 2023.

The Ryvid Anthem Launch Edition is poised to revolutionize the electric motorcycle market with its unique features and cutting-edge design. At its core lies a corrosion-free, ultra-lightweight frame that remains concealed beneath sleek and minimal bodywork. This exceptional engineering brings the motorcycle’s total weight to an impressive 313 pounds, dropping to 226 pounds without the battery. Despite its lightness, the Anthem can carry a remarkable payload of 400 pounds.

The electric motorcycle offers a thrilling performance, capable of reaching speeds of up to 75+ mph. On a single charge, riders can enjoy an estimated range of up to 75 miles in standard mode or 50 miles in Sport Mode, making it an ideal option for urban commuting and transport.

One of the standout features of the Anthem is its unparalleled customizability. Ryvid has integrated proprietary technology into the motorcycle, including an aerospace-inspired, lightweight chassis. Additionally, the Anthem boasts an Ergo-Easy ride height-adjustable seat, which electrically morphs from 30″ up to 34″, catering to riders of various sizes and preferences.

The electric motorcycle’s engineering also includes an integrated rear drive unit, a modular head tube unit, and adjustable front and rear suspension, ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride in any terrain. The icing on the cake is the removable 4.3 kWh battery pack, allowing for convenient and effortless charging.

Underneath the Anthem’s sleek exterior resides a fully enclosed motor and belt drive, cleverly housed within the swingarm—a single-piece, die-cast construction with integrated cooling fins for optimal efficiency. This enclosed design not only enhances the bike’s durability but also reduces maintenance requirements.

The Anthem is equipped with a 4.7:1 final drive, with the motor output rated at an impressive 53 ft-lbs of torque. This power translates into a road output of up to 250 ft-lbs at the final drive, delivering an electrifying riding experience.

The Anthem addresses the need for sustainable energy by employing a removable and rollable 4.3 kWh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, a technological marvel in itself. Ryvid’s dedication to environmental consciousness is further reinforced by the EV’s factory-installed 4.7:1 final drive and dynamic energy recapture using regenerative braking technology.

Charging the Anthem is a breeze, thanks to the integrated 3.3kW charger. Using a standard 110V outlet, the battery can be charged from empty to 80% in just 2.5 hours, while 100% charge takes only 3.5 hours. Utilizing a 220V outlet, or Level 2 charging with a J Plug adapter, these times are reduced even further to 1.25 hours for 80% charge and 2 hours for 100%.

Ryvid also introduced a new colorway for the Anthem—Galactica Black, joining the previously announced Atomic Gold, Rapid White, and Carbon Grey options. Current reservation holders can now update or change their color preference before finalizing their purchase agreement. The special introductory price of $7,800 is applicable for the Galactica Black color option as well, but only for reservations made before August 31, 2023.

With the introductory pricing set to conclude on August 31, 2023, early adopters and potential buyers are urged to secure their reservations before the deadline to take advantage of the special pricing of $7,800. Starting September 1, 2023, The Anthem will be available for reservations at its regular price of $8,995.

Also Read: VinFast to Break Ground on Electric Vehicle Factory in North Carolina on July 28.

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