Despite the inherent performance of electric technology, the focus of most electric motorcycles has been focused more on mobility than outright performance. Lightning's LS-218 superbike is all about the latter — it's the fastest motorcycle in the world, gas or electric, with a top speed of 218 MPH and handling too match. Taking the lessons learned from the LS-218, Lightning is releasing the Strike, a more entry-level machine using the LS-218's platform. A liquid-cooled AC induction motor makes 90 horsepower and 180 lb-ft of torque with a top speed of 150 MPH for the Carbon Edition. The Strike is capable of up to 200 miles of range in normal riding and features top-shelf components like Ohlins suspension and Brembo brakes. Even better, the Strike starts at just under $13,000, making it one of the best performance deals on the market.