Legacy

NovaBike 10

2019-2020

The NovaBike 10 is the 10th iteration of the NovaBike series and the 4th iteration of the electric NovaBike.

Drivetrain

Motor: Emrax 268
Torque: 125 Nm
Rear wheel torque: 500 Nm
Power: 140kW | 190 hp
Top speed: 220 km/h
0-100 time: 3s

Battery

Type: Lithium Polymer Cell 800V
Capacity: 14.0 kWh
Duration: 15 mins
Recharge time: 2 hours

Chassis

Frame: Steel welded trellis
Swingarm: Aluminium welded
Length: 2073 mm
Wheelbase: 1475 mm
Width: 800 mm
Height: 1100 mm

NovaBike 09

2018-2019

The NovaBike 09 is the 9th iteration of the NovaBike series and the 3rd iteration of the electric NovaBike.

Drivetrain

Motor: Emrax 268
Torque: 125 Nm
Rear wheel torque: 500 Nm
Power: 140kW | 190 hp
Top speed: 220 km/h
0-100 time: 3s

Battery

Type: Lithium Polymer Cell 700V
Capacity: 12.0 kWh
Duration: 15 mins
Recharge time: 2 hours

Chassis

Frame: Steel welded trellis
Swingarm: Aluminium welded
Length: 2033 mm
Wheelbase: 1435 mm
Width: 700 mm
Height: 1100 mm

NovaBike 08

2017-2018

The NovaBike 08 is the 8th iteration of the NovaBike series and the 2nd iteration of the electric NovaBike. It is the 2017 European Champion of the MotoE Competition. The combination of lightning fast acceleration and aerodynamic bodywork make for a fearsome sport bike. Simply a pure race feeling.

Drivetrain

Motor: Emrax 268
Torque: 125 Nm
Rear wheel torque: 500 Nm
Power: 140 kW | 190 hp
Top speed: 220 km/h
0-100 time: 3s

Battery

Type: Lithium Polymer Cell 700 V
Capacity: 12.0 kWh
Duration: 15 mins
2 phase recharging

Chassis

Frame: Steel Welded Trellis
Swingarm: Aluminium Welded
Length: 2033 mm
Wheelbase: 1435 mm
Width: 700 mm
Height: 1100 mm

NovaBike 07

2016-2017

The NovaBike 07 is the first fully electric racing motorcycle that we’ve ever made. This bike was the end result of the first team of Nova Electric Racing, that designed and produced this bike in the academic year 2016/2017. This bike was the first fully electric racing motorcycle of the Netherlands.

NovaBike 06

2015-2016

The NovaBike 06 is the last generation of our bio-ethanol based motorcycle. This bike was the end result of the last NovaBike Racing Team Delft that designed and produced this bike in the academic year 2015/2016.

NovaBike 05

2014-2015

The NovaBike 05 is the fifth generation of our bio-ethanol based motorcycle. This bike was the end result of the fifth NovaBike Racing Team Delft that designed and produced this bike in the academic year 2014/2015.

NovaBike 04

2012-2013

The NovaBike 04 is the fourth generation of our bio-ethanol based motorcycle. This bike was the end result of the fourth NovaBike Racing Team Delft that designed and produced this bike in the academic year 2012/2013.

NovaBike 03

2011-2012

The NovaBike 03 is the third generation of our bio-ethanol based motorcycle. This bike was the end result of the third NovaBike Racing Team Delft that  designed and produced this bike in the academic year 2011/2012.

NovaBike 02

2010-2011

The NovaBike 02 is the 2nd generation of our bio-ethanol based motorcycle. This bike was the end result of the second NovaBike Racing Team Delft that designed and produced this bike in the academic year 2010/2011. After thorough analysis of the NovaBike 01, they decided to build a completely new motorcycle. Their focus was to reduce weight and to make all the parts easily accessible for maintenance and easy to assemble. To make this happen they, for example, designed and produced their own frame and swingarm, partially renewed the engine block and developed a new bodywork and seat. In the end they managed to reduce the weight of the bike by 7 kilograms.

NovaBike 02

NovaBike 01

2009-2010

The NovaBike 01 is the 1st bio-ethanol based motorcycle we’ve ever made. This bike was the end result of the first NovaBike Racing Team Delft that designed and produced this bike in the academic year 2009/2010. They bought an Aprilia frame, a one cylinder motor from KTM and some wheels and developed their own digital fuel injection system and carbon fiber bodywork. They started from zero, but after one year of hard work, they managed to finish one race in Oschersleben with their rider Nick Appelman. They showed what they were worth and proved that it was indeed possible to race on bio-ethanol.