The eCRP


The Italians have thrown their hat into the TTXGP ring with the launch of the above eCRP, set to start racing at the beginning of this years season the eCRP looks like a promising entry from an already established (well in Italy anyway) racing brand. The bike has been built to match specs of the TTXGP and the current estimated price is around the 30,000 Euro mark.


FRAME: Aluminum double beam
REAR SWING ARM: Aluminum Alloy
FRONT SUSPENSION: “Upside-Down” telescopic hydraulic fork OHLINS Stem dia. 43 mm
REAR SUSPENSION: OHLINS Hydraulic progressive shock absorber
FRONT BRAKE: Floating Braking Wave diskDisc dia. 320 mm
REAR BRAKE: Single Braking Wave diskDisc dia. 220 mm
CALIPER: Four pistons radial “Brembo” caliper
WHEEL RIMS: Forged Aluminum Marchesini Front Rim – Size 3.50″x17’’ Rear Rim – Size 5.50’’x17″
FRONT TIRE: Front Tire – Size 120 x 70-17
REAR TIRE: Rear Tire – Size 165 x 60- 17
WHEELBASE: Wheelbase –1376 mm
MOTORS: Dual DC “Agni 95″ electric motors.
BATTERIES: 6 KW/h Batteries Pack52 packs (4 sets of 13 packs each)
CONTROLLER: Size 480mm x 150mm x 60mm
CHARGER: Zivan NG3 – 96 V
BMS – Battery Management System
WEIGHT: 175 Kg.
ENDURANCE RANGE: 25 miles (depending on track conditions)
SPEED: 112 mph
Courtesy of PlugBike

CRP Racing Press Release

“Joining the project of TTXGP means for us stretching the boundary of innovation in a race for the future! I find this project an extraordinary idea. These motorcycles are real examples of a ‘laptop on two wheels’ and I think that they will capture a new audience. In particular, they have the ability to engage with all young people who understand the latest electronic technologies and started surfing the net before going to primary school. The eCRP 1.0 will be ready for the launch on 13 January during the NEC. However, we will present the project for the first time in America at PRI in December to demonstrate just what an Italian manufacturer can bring to that particular market. I support and share the idea of TTXGP Founder, Azhar Hussain, who deserves to be given the credit for creating a new era of motorsport. Moreover, I think that these bikes are also a skilful demonstration of how motorsport can adjust to the environment without giving up its identity.”

Via CRP Racing


I would have expected a little more from the Italians but I guess we’ll see better bikes when Ducati and Moto Guzzi get involved.

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