Last updated on December 4th, 2021 at 06:28 pm
The company’s founders Rob Grace and Tee Blackwood hope to impress the audience of the UK’s largest motorcycle event by showcasing five different models, offering test rides and live custom painting.
Taking place at the NEC Birmingham, this is the first year of Motorcycle Live where enthusiasts can take test rides of electric bikes and motorcycles.
Alongside Stirling Eco’s Electro Ride bike, customers will be able to try out Harley-Davidson’s Serial 1, Ducati’s TK-01RR and many more.
Stirling Eco has brought in the talents of artist and founder of Xtreme Paint Studio, Dave Bristow, to perform the custom painting on stage.
Among the five electric commuter motorbike models the company will present to the audience are its Trento, “Italian-style” electric scooter, its Street Scene for urban use and its “American style” Electro Ride.
The cost of the two-wheeled vehicles ranges from £2,310 for the Street Scene, to £4,990 for their Trento Duo. Any customisation is extra. For example, you can get your bike kitted out in 24 Karat gold with Swarovski crystals for £25,000.
Stirling Eco Creative Director Tee Blackwood said he is looking forward to Motorcycle Live – “it will be a chance for us to showcase to the general and enthusiast public what makes Stirling Eco different and special.”
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