Spain’s Bultaco Motors is expanding its Brinco line with a new version – the Brinco R-B.
It maintains all the essence and boldness of the Brinco R, and is priced to sell: €3,302 (taxes not inc.).
This line’s entry version features some pared-down elements from the Brinco-R, but without sacrificing anything in terms of its performance (maximum power: two kW: top speed: 60 km/h) and with the same high-quality components.
The result is a product that is even more affordable than the Brinco R, with a more radical look.
The new Brinco R-B also comes with a pedal sensor that will allow anyone to turn to the after market to install a kit converting a Brinco R-B into an electric bicycle compliant with EU regulation EN15194.
The new bike requires no homologation, enabling one to ride it on any type of public road, as it is classified as an assisted-pedalling bicycle.
Bultaco says it will continue to be a motorcycle maker, but it is also in tune with the growing demand for electric bicycles, furthered by the increasingly stringent permissive legislation governing motorcycles in off-road settings.