First impressions. What could this be? Is it possible to bring such a design in production?

The design has a thin waist with large tires. No doubt Italians do everything with style.

The Velocifero as a manufacturer is pretty much naive to the outside world and has few electric powered scooters in its stable. 


However, the other cool about the Velocifero is Italjet’s founder Egisto Tartarini’s son Alessandro Tartarini founded Velocifero.

And very few motorcycle enthusiasts know about this. Does it resemble Italjet Dragster? Not at any given time.

The Velocifero unveiled Beach mad in July 2020 at Bangkok International Motor Show.

The Beach mad comes with a top speed of 60 km/h and has an electric drive with 2 kWh.

 With 90kgs the Beach mad gets 60 to 70 km of range and takes approximately 8 to 10 hours for a battery to get charged.

Alessandro Tartarini designed the Velocifero Beach mad. The tires do suggest the Beach mad also suits for off-roading. As such, there are no more technical specs provided by Velocifero.

What attracts more is the structure, disc brakes, the LEDs, the shock absorbers and of course the large tires compared to its construction.

Price and launch of the Beach mad are still under the wraps. We expect it soon. The Beach mad gets five different paint schemes.

Also, folks from Motor Fan Japan were able to test the bike, and we could see it is more than fun to ride a bike.

We, however, are not sure as to when will Velocifero launch the Beach mad in other regions.

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