The RMK E2 electric motorcycle is a futuristic, hubless wonder
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    The RMK E2 electric motorcycle is a futuristic, hubless wonder

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    I really like the look of hubless wheels, but my enginerd brain just can't look past all that unsprung mass and inevitable maintenance.

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    My shade-tree brain can't get passed the missing rear fender. All the thought and engineering that went into this bike and they can't design a rear fender?
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    Very nice RMK and Harley electrics.
    Silence is golden until it becomes lane splitting time on the freeway.
    Loud pipes of oncoming bikes while battling crush hour traffic in the San Francisco Grey Area last Friday were much easier to move over for than the quieter bikes like the CHP were using. Some drivers were ignorant or inconsiderate, others move over wisely if they are aware of oncoming lane splitters.
    Some sort of "Potato-potato" sound simulator one could switch on for the Harley could make things safer for those California commuters.
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