The Honda New CRF E2 electric dirt bike is America's first electric dirt bike, priced at $2,000 less than the KTM SX-E5.

If Honda plans to expand its electric options to other full-size motorbikes, the CRF-E2 could be a deciding factor for many buyers.

With the CRF-E2, Honda has announced its entry into the kids' electric bike market. This 50cc electric bike is designed with kids in mind.

The new Honda CRF-E2 Electric Dirt Bike was designed with a 20Ah battery, which provides an impressive two-hour runtime.

Its battery is compact, weighing only 11.9 pounds. It can be charged in four hours or two and a half hours if you purchase the optional quick charger.

The bike's lithium-ion battery is rechargeable and can be replaced with a spare if the rider runs out of juice during the day.

The new CRF E2 Electric Dirt bike is an off-road bike with a 48-volt BLDC motor that produces 3.4 horsepower and 18.4 lb-ft of torque.

The motorcycle has a left-hand rear brake and an aluminum twin-spar chassis. The CRF E2 features a conventional 33mm telescopic fork, 12" wheels, and 190-millimeter wave-style rotors.

The Honda CRF-E2 is a two-stage bike with two power modes. Stage one allows the rider to reach up to 10 mph, while Stage two offers 20 mph.

Honda offers swappable batteries, which are the key to avoiding the problem of running out of juice. These bikes also last longer than a kid's middle-school bike!

The Honda CRF-E2 is expected to be available for purchase through the Honda dealerships throughout the United States.

The Honda CRF-E2 is a good choice for young riders who want a bike for the first time. We hope to have an electric dirt bike in our garage sometime in the future.

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