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the silent revolution with the Cypher – the first electric motorcycle to be introduced to the Lexmoto range!
For those looking for an environmentally friendly and sustainable means of transport the Cypher offers an easily accessible and cost-effective way of transforming the way you commute.
Featuring a 1500w electric motor and a range of up to 40 miles**, the Cypher gives a new way to tackle the way you travel. It features a removable lithium-ion battery that enables you to charge the motorcycle while it`s parked up and comes with extended servicing intervals and two years parts and labour warranty and a three year warranty on the battery.
With a top speed of 29mph, the Cypher is more accessible than most other motorcycles. It can be ridden on an AM category licence, meaning that it`s available to 16 year olds, and also those who passed their car driving test before 2001.
The positive impact on the environment is recognised by the UK Government too, who are keen to support the adaptation of electric vehicles. We`ve developed the Cypher to be eligible to meet the OLEV grant scheme, which gives a 20% reduction from the RRP and means that this exciting new model can be owned for just
*Price Shown is subject to 20% OLEV grant which has already been applied. Price Pre Grant is £2312.49
**This range is depending on speed / weight / braking and other factors
exmoto Cypher Specifications
MAX SPEED :45 kphMAX POWER :1.85kWMAX TORQUE :14.6NMCLIMBING ABILITY :12
Engine and Transmission
ENGINE TYPE:Electric Motor, Air CooledENGINE BRAND :QS 1500WGEAR TYPE :Twist and GoDRIVE TYPE :BeltSTART SYSTEM :Electric StartBATTERY VOLTAGE :72BATTERY CAPACITY :26AhBATTERY TYPE :Lithium Ion
Wheel, Suspension and Brakes
FRONT TYRE :110/70-12REAR TYRE :120/70-12TYRE MODEL :TubelessFRONT SUSPENSION :Upside Down ForksREAR SUSPENSION :Single Shock AbsorberFRONT BRAKE :Hydraulic DiscREAR BRAKE :Hydraulic Disc
WHEELBASE :1265 mmOVERALL LENGTH :1760 mmOVERALL WIDTH :810 mmOVERALL HEIGHT :1000 mmMASS IN RUNNING ORDER :84 kgMAXIMUM LADEN MASS :250 kgC LENGTH :1710C WIDTH :560C HEIGHT :940
Lexmoto Cypher Technical Data
CAP/ABI CODELXCY000 CO A LWBMASS IN RUNNING ORDER84 kgWHEELBASE1265 mmMAX. LADEN MASS250 kgSPEEDO TYPEDigitalHEIGHT1000 mmSEAT HEIGHT750 mmWIDTH810 mmLENGTH1760 mm
MAX. POWER1.85 kW @ RPMMAX. SPEED45 Km/h
TRANSMISSIONAuto – Twist & Go
Handling and Suspension
FRONT BRAKEDiscREAR BRAKEDiscFRONT SUSPENSIONUSDREAR SUSPENSIONMono
Claimed range and real range can be worlds apart, depending on the usual host of factors. Headwind, flat-out riding and riders who ate all the pies can depress the figure, and so it proved to be. Lexmoto claims ‘up to’ 40 miles, but we were heading for a 28-mile range after arriving back at base. The riding was typical moped use, with quite a bit flat-out at 29mph and some stop-start in town. Anyway, this is a round town bike and 28 miles could well be enough for your ride to shops, college or work. The good news is that the lithium-ion battery will charge from any three-pin socket, though a complete flat to full takes about 6 hours. It’s also removable for charging indoors and comes with a three-year warranty, extendable to five years.
The Cypher is a tiny bike in the Honda Grom tradition. You sit low, both feet flat on the tarmac, astride a bike that weighs only 84kg. So it’s easy to hop on, plus unintimidating and very easy to throw around – the wide bars help, as does a decent steering lock and short wheelbase. Suspension is fairly basic, with non-adjustable USD forks and a monoshock with pre-load adjustment only, plus you’ve got scooter-sized 12-inch wheels. That all sounds like a recipe for sub-standard handling, but the Cypher acquits itself well. The forks are quite resilient and well damped while the Yanxing tyres didn’t cause any problems on a mix of wet and dry tarmac. The rear shock was set up a bit stiff for me, but then it wasn’t me who ate all the pies.
The Cypher’s brakes are old school – no ABS and not linked (compulsory on 125s, but not mopeds), just a single disc at each end with a four-pot caliper at the front. As you’d expect, they’re easily powerful enough for a bike which tops out at 29mph, and have the benefit of a learning curve – novice riders have to learn to balance front and rear brakes on dodgy surfaces, which is no bad thing for future riding skills.
Not really an issue for a 29mph motorcycle which is effectively limited to short hops across town in 30-limits. But the Cypher is still reasonably comfy with an upright riding position, and despite the small size, the footrests are mounted low, so taller riders shouldn’t feel too cramped.
FRONT32 psiREAR32 psiFRONT TYRE110/70-12REAR TYRE120/70-12