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As featured in February 2013 FAST BIKES magazine.

Moto Guzzi "elecia" I want to show as well as practical a cell powered motorcycle that doesn't look cheap and nasty (Christmas cracker and Kinder egg toys), it can look like a real motorcycle with style...
As featured in February 2013 FAST BIKES magazine.
...And here is a close up in devilish Black...
As featured in February 2013 FAST BIKES magazine.

...And a class of White...
As featured in February 2013 FAST BIKES magazine.

Black & White & Red all over, it doesn't look bad in other colours either... Please tell me which colour you prefer.
With three different types of power regeneration I thought I would explain where it all takes place...
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Moto Guzzi "elecia" 2012-13

As featured in February 2013 FAST BIKES magazine.

Welcome, this is an electric Moto Guzzi, when petrol is over and burnt cell power should be up and running. The problem is that from what I have seen of electric bike designs is they look like something out of a Christmas cracker, and do not resemble what people know as a motorcycle, or want. I have taken the latest Guzzi style and added to it with a fuller fairing and rear seat too trying to give a beter purpose. The cells load down in stack formation where the cylinder heads once were straight on to the main motor, the fairing glass and two black box areas on each side of the fairing are solar reactive. In this case of the Moto Guzzi I believe this design really works, I have also been fortunate that the online motorcycle magazine BikerGlory agree and will be featuring it soon. Thanks for viewing and I'm happy for any feedback.

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Lee Thompson
Independent Graphic Design Professional Town Centre, United Kingdom