Top speed and range are both fairly limited, but this is a low-cost way to ride an electric motorcycle.
CSC’s latest offering is basically the same machine as the RX3, but with crash bars and luggage taken off.
Machine will sell for $3,495 in US; no word on Canadian presence.
The CSC RC3 has a liquid-cooled engine, ABS, EFI, and plenty of other nice touches for a Chinese sportbike.
The California Scooter Company is improving the RX3’s suspension; they’re also working on bringing their budget TT250 duallie to Canada, and maybe even a sportbike.
The diminutive adventure bike continues to get easier to ride.
The RX3 Cyclone will be sold direct to consumers, with no middleman dealer network.
Manufacturer plans to have Canadian certification process finished very soon.
Some updates on CSC motorcycles and Canada.
Want to wrench on your own bike? Thanks to the CSC Cyclone RX3 online maintenance tutorials, their machines should be DIY-friendly.