The new Supermotos are here

The HVR 50PRO and the HVR 65PRO are now also available in a supermoto version to make the tarmac unsafe!
The 50PRO comes with wider aluminium rims and 10 inch slicks from PMT in Italy and the 65PRO also comes with wider aluminium rims and 12 inch slicks from the same manufacturer.
Of course, the Supermoto bikes also offer the same diverse adjustment options for the chassis and drive as their off-road sisters.
The quiet drive and the non-existent exhaust fumes open up completely new riding possibilities, whether indoors or in a private car park.
Thanks to the adjustability of the maximum power, the top speed, the engine brake (energy recovery) and the response behaviour, the HVR Supermotos are not only real race bikes, but can also be perfectly adapted for beginners.
Thanks to the large batteries, the bikes offer the longest riding time in their class; if necessary, the batteries can be changed at the track.
With an optional harder chassis available ex works, the 65PRO with its 13.5 kW (18.5 hp) is also perfect as a pit bike for adults to improve their bike skills at the kart track.
The supermotos come in fresh yellow and can be distinguished from the off-road versions even from a distance.

Dirtbiker Magazin Test

The German DirtBiker Magazine has tested the 50PRO and the 65PRO extensively in the EdirtArena West. Here is the video :).

More range, more power and replaceable battery! The new HVR model year is here!

The brand new 65PRO

HVR INside

The German magazin MCE was at our side and gives you a small impression of our production :)

1 motorcycle - 6 sizes

1 motorcycle 6 sizes! The HVR 50.4 can be easily converted to the other variants of the 50.4. With the lift kit and the handlebar riser, the HVR can be adjusted even more individually and can not only grow with the level of riding, but also with the size of the child.

New Models new functions

World premiere at the Supercross in Stuttgart!

At this year's 37th International ADAC Supercross in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, for the first time ever an electric motorcycle compedes in Supercross. In the international SX5 class, Emma Nusser # 11 confidently piloted an HVR 50.4 on the 7th . Place against her fast competitors. Thousands of spectators in the hall and the spectators of SWR-Sport were able to watch live as Emma let  her competitors look into the non-existent exhaust on the very demanding track.

Congratulations from the whole HVR team!