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    If you really want to blow your money on buying a motorcycle you need to invest in one of these. Those guys who make the $60K Brough Superior are pikers: https://electricmotorcycles.news/cur...rvations-open/

    Kind of reminds me of the mid-1970's Sachs Wankel rotary-powered motorcycle.
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    Does the test rider perhaps suggest the market they are aiming for ????
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    I am sure they are wanting investors. Myself, even if I had money, I would not be very certain about a market for 78K scoots. And, with such low build volume, I see not any significant R O I likelyhood!

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