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ATK Le Stealth Metro / Stealth Dual Sport
After building gas bikes for 25 years, Salt Lake City
based ATK USA plans to enter the electric motorcycle market with the ATK-Le
(Law Enforcement). ATK has built an electric supermoto and dualsport based
on their successful ATK 450, which they plan to sell to police and authority
customer agencies, or departments. ATK had previously supplied a rolling
chassis to build the Electric Moto EMAX 72DS prototype. No deal was struck
with Electric Moto so ATK is now building the bike on its own. However, they
don’t believe electric motorcycles are ready for mass consumption by
civilians, at least not yet. They think the simplicity and quiet nature of
electric drive makes it perfect for urban patrol duty.
Letter from Frank White, CEO of ATK:
There have been discussions about ATK getting out of the
off-road market; the answer to these discussions is NO! For the time being ATK
is not active in this market because it is down some 80+%.