Johammer Electric Motorcycle

We've seen some bizarre-looking electronic vehicles in our time, but nothing quite compares to the retro-futuristic styling of the Johammer Electric Motorcycle. But there's more to the Johammer than just its strange looks — inside that shiny aluminum fairing, you'll find battery packs that give it a range of up to 120 miles on a single charge, all without sound or emissions. And if you're trying to find the dash on this bike, you'll have to look to the rear-view mirrors (they display all the relevant information you'd typically find elsewhere). Power comes from an electric motor housed in the rear-wheel hub, while the bike forgoes a fork in the front in favor of hub-center steering. You can choose from two models available in five different colors, but regardless, you'll definitely get some looks.

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