Formerly of New Zealand and now living in Shanghai, custom motorcycle veteran Matthew Waddick has been building electric bikes for several years. Teaming up with designer Michel Riis, formerly of Yamaha Japan, the two have started Switch and unveiled the startup's first bike, the eScrambler. Taking styling cues from flat trackers and classic bikes of the '70s, the eScrambler backs up its good looks with straight-line performance vintage ICE bikes could only dream of — 0-62 MPH in 3.2 seconds, with a 93 MPH top speed and 93 miles of range on a full charge. The swingarm pivots at the output shaft, eliminating the need for complex gearing, and a belt is used for smooth power delivery with less maintenance than a chain drive. A rear monoshock along with KTM fork 18-inch rims deliver both rideability and style. Switch plans on a road-legal version for 2022, with testing currently underway.