2017 Evoke Urban S Review

Evoke Motorcycles looks to take on the Zero- and Brammo-based products in the U.S. electric market with its Urban S model that rolls modern, sportbike style and 86 pound-feet of instantly-available torque together with a power pack that delivers a nearly 125-mile range. Best of all, Evoke manages to keep the price tag under the 10K mark, so this keeps the bike available to the low-budget riders and entry-level alike. I gotta say that this will certainly help it move in the gradually-warming domestic market, but the real defining factors will be how well it matches up with the other big EV bikes available today.

Design

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Evoke drew heavily from European influences when it drew up the Urban S. A cut-down front fender, inverted front forks and tripleclamp-mount headlight housing lead the way with a Spartan style not unlike current standard and naked sportbikes.

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