Maeving RM1

Regular price £6,990.00
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The Maeving Track & Secure app adds a GPS tracker to your motorcycle. You can track the location, or summon security services in the case of theft.

3-Year Maeving: Track & Secure GPS app
  • Zero emissions
  • 45mph top speed
  • Up to 80 miles (40 miles per battery)
  • Charge from any plug socket
  • Two-year warranty
  • Approx. 2 week delivery timeline
  • Ride with a CBT licence
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Removable Battery

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80 mile range

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45mph top speed

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Light weight

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Anti-Theft Tracker

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Low maintenance

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A removable battery. Smart.

No charging stations. No range anxiety. No worries.

A removable battery you can charge

British heritage. Updated.

A new player in the age of electric, with over a century of British motorcycle engineering behind it.

Engineered for you.

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Simple and reliable.

No gears. No chain.

Power through a single moving part.

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Dual battery power.

Use two batteries at once.

Boost your power, and double the range.

Easy access.

Electronically actuated compartments.

Quick and secure storage access at the touch of a button.

Find My Bike & Anti-Theft App*

*available to purchase at checkout.

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Open for Specs


Single Battery

Maximum Range - 40 miles

WMTC* Range - 29 miles


Maximum Range - 80 miles

WMTC* Range - 63 miles

*WMTC range figures are calculated as part of an official mixed variety of testing scenarios, including representative city use (for which the RM1 has been designed), and extended periods at higher speeds, as certified by the homologation authority.



Bosch Hub Motor

Continuous Rated Power

3.0 kW (4 hp)

Maximum power

4.4kW (5.9 hp)

Max. torque

160 Nm

Maximum speed

70 km/h (44 mph)


Traction battery

Dual Battery Pack Design (2nd battery optional)
LG MJ1 cells in bespoke Aluminium sealed casing

Battery voltage (nominal)

50.4 V

Charging capacity

42 Ah


2026 Wh



Charging time

Approx. 4h:10min for 0-100% and approx. 2h:55min for 0-80%

Charger input

240 VAC (UK version)

Auxiliary Battery

12 V / 7 Ah


DC/DC converter intergrated into battery control unit



CrMo Steel cradle frame

Front suspension/suspension elements

Dia 37 non-adjustable forks, 110mm travel

Rear-wheel guide/suspension elements

Twin RSU with pre-load adjustment, 80 mm travel


1395 mm


103 mm

Rake Angle



Spoked wheels with Aluminium rims

Rim, front

2.15 x 19"

Rim, rear

2.15 x 19"

Tyre, front

Dunlop K70 3.25 x 19 54P

Tyre, rear

Dunlop K70 3.25 x 19 54P

Brake, front

Single disc brake 240mm (3 piston floating caliper)

Brake, rear

Single disc brake 180mm (single piston floating caliper)

Linked Brakes

Bias 40% front, 60% rear


Seat height at vehicle kerb weight

785 mm

Length (includes number plate fitted)

2145 mm

Height (excludes mirrors)

1067 mm

Width (over mirrors)

896 mm

Unladen weight, road ready (single battery)

111 kg

Permitted total weight

230 kg


119 kg


Tyre Pressure Front

2.2 Bar (32 psi)

Tyre Pressure Rear

2.2 Bar (32 psi)


Front Wheel Axle Nuts - 65 Nm
Rear Wheel Axle Nuts - 100 Nm
Securing bolts - front brake caliper to fork leg - 25Nm
Securing bolts - rear brake caliper to swingarm - 18 Nm
Rear Mudguard stay fixings to swingarm - 10 Nm
Rear Mudguard to stay fixings - 8 Nm
Rear Mudguard to swingarm (front fixing) - 10 Nm

More Info

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