Ryvid Anthem is America’s latest electric motorcycle and it looks totally badass


The EV revolution may not have impacted the motorcycle world like it has passenger cars, but an underground swell is building for low capacity, battery-powered bikes that can be ridden with just basic rider training, drastically reducing commuter costs and beating traffic in the process.

Super Soco, Cake, Maeving, Niu and UBCO might be on your radar, but there’s another brand to add, and it’s arguably cooler than anything that has come before it: feast your eyes on the  Ryvid Anthem.

Built in San Bernardino, California, the Anthem features an unconventional aerospace-inspired frame upon which the rest of the bike gracefully hangs. A thin slither of saddle perches on top, which is electronically adjustable by a staggering four inches to suit all rider heights.

Ryvid Anthem

(Image credit: Ryvid)

Underneath this is a clever bespoke housing for the 4.3kWh removable battery pack, which drops down so the entire unit slides out. Granted, it is bulky and looks like it requires a bit of muscle to shift, but it means the battery can be charged away from the bike or ‘hot-swapped’ for a secondary, fully charged unit to save time.


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