Tucker Neary from Electric Cycle Rider compares the iconic 1969 Honda CT-90 to an UBCO 2×2 Electric Utility Bike.
The Honda CT-90, also known as the trail 90, was manufactured from 1966 to 1979 and was commonly regarded as the best motorcycle ever made. It featured an 89cc 4 stroke air cooled motor. The motorcycle has a dry weight of 179 pounds and featured a step through style frame with a low center of gravity. The bike was marketed for the farm, ranch or any outdoor activity that required a do all machine. Owners loved this bike for it’s versatility and ease of use and is still very sought after to this day. There are rumors that Honda will be introducing a modern version of the bike in 2021 in the form of a Honda CT-125.
If you are interested in a bike with the same great attributes as the Honda but want to explore electric technology, look no further than the UBCO 2×2. The UBCO 2×2 carries a lot of the same attributes that the Honda had. It’s lightweight at 144 pounds, has a low center of gravity and is very easy to ride. Where it is most different, is the electric motors that power the bike. The UBCO 2×2 features dual electric 1 kW hub drive motors that give the bike plenty of traction and because it has no chain or sprockets, it keeps the bike whisper quiet.
Learn more about the UBCO 2×2: https://bit.ly/UBCO2x2.