The Tarform Electric Motorcycle is engineered to provide the optimal balance of high performance, superb handling and unparalleled build quality. Using industry 4.0 manufacturing and modular architecture, we are redefining how vehicles are made.
The Tarform has a direct drive system which means there is no gearbox and no shifter. The concentric swingarm allows for even belt tension with more responsiveness. The progressive suspension with a linkage arm provides a smooth ride for the passenger.
We use state of the art suspension and brakes. Öhlins is the number 1 manufacturer of suspension and provides the most responsive and finely tuned ride. The billet aluminum ISR 6-piston caliper offers a top of the class power to weight ratio with incredible feel and stopping power.
The instant conversion of energy into motion from 0-60 in 3.8 seconds. The 80hp motor delivers 120nm of torque at the rear wheel. Top speed of 120mph. Gearing ratio can be customized for higher top speed or quicker acceleration.
We have developed our own proprietary Tarform
Operating System that enables over-the-air updates, machine learning and sensor technology for predictive maintenance,
battery health and ride statistics.
The on-board vehicle control unit enables the user to see live status around the health of the vehicle and is connected to our cloud based service. Our software has the ability to monitor every data point and is used for continuous improvement of the powertrain and riding experience.
The drivetrain in an regular internal combustion motorcycle contains 2,000+ moving parts. The drivetrain in a Tarform around 20. No oil changes and minimal maintanance.
designed, engineered and assembled in Brooklyn
We value the process of making things with integrity and believe local manufacturing plays an important role in shaping our cities and communities. Our space is located at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a historical area that has become the center for manufacturing and innovation in New York City.
“The best way to predict the future is to create it”
– Alan Kay