P-1 is back on the (wet) road after a swing arm design change-out from a test (max. adjustability) version to a “production”(max. rigidity) version. P-2’s change-out will be completed this week. Both bikes have continued to perform as expected and will likely stay “as-are” for quite some time as the focus is shifted to the next bike.
Bike #3 is all about refining and transitioning to limited production. The list of changes include minor restyling (see pic. of the monocoque below), lower o/a weight, increased battery capacity, improved motor control system and stiffer front fork . . . all should result in improved looks and performance. I expect the bike to be on the road by middle December. It may very well be the first bike offered for sale.