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Rider covers 7,000 km to Arctic tip of Europe on her electric motorcycle

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Rider covers 7,000 km to Arctic tip of Europe on her electrical bike

Whereas electrical bikes have demonstrated their benefits over typical gas-powered bikes in a broad sweep of areas together with energy, torque, rideability and upkeep, their vary and recharge instances have lengthy been their Achilles heel, particularly with regards to bike touring and cross-country journeys.

However now Miriam Orlandi’s latest journey is breaking new floor in a number of methods and proving that electrical bikes can cowl huge distances.

Not too long ago we’ve damaged the information on quite a few lengthy distance electrical bikes rides, together with Diego Cardenas’ trip from the US-Mexico to US-Canada border in addition to Felix Stellmaszek’s spontaneous cross-country trip. Each of these have been accomplished on Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycles.

Ben Wealthy has additionally carried out some epic cross country using on his Zero electrical bike.

An electric Iron Butt (1,000 miles or 1,600 km in 24 hours) on an Energica EsseEsse9 electrical bike additionally made the checklist.

And naturally there may be Ewan McGregor’s and Charlie Boorman’s 13,000 mile (21,000 km) trip from Argentina to Los Angeles on LiveWire electrical bikes.

However Miriam Orlandi’s 4,350 mile (7,000 km) journey is a primary in quite a few methods: She’s the primary to do such a protracted vary journey on the brand new fully-faired Zero SR/S electric sportbike, she’s the primary to experience an electrical bike to the northernmost tip of Europe, and she or he’s the one rider on this checklist with out a Y chromosome, serving to steadiness the underrepresented feminine presence in long-distance e-moto using.

Oh, and her journey simply occurs to appear like a blast too.

In simply 21 days, Miriam rode from Brescia, Italy to Cape North, Norway. That 4,350 mile (7,000 km) journey took her deep into the Arctic circle to arguably the northernmost level in all of Europe.

Technically there are European islands and archipelagos resembling Svalbard which might be additional north, however since they will’t be reached by an electrical bike on land, we’re going to provide this one to Miriam.

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