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PATENTED EXOSKELETON DESIGN:

Modular Mobility Solutions: We’re Changing the Way the World Thinks About Mobility

Assault Dynamics is changing the way the world thinks of mobility.

Our patented exoskeleton design allows users to create a range of vehicles by simply swapping out components to optimize not only power and performance parameters, but most importantly design.

 

Whether you're looking for something to get around town or something to take off-roading, we have the right vehicle for you.

The TAC-01 is our first offering in that direction.

The TAC-01 electric motorcycle features an exoskeleton frame, a unique and eye-catching approach to motorcycle design that exposes the frame, something that was always hidden under the body panels.

 

Motorcycles, even electric ones, commonly feature a tank for aesthetics. The TAC-01 has  has been developed from the ground up, essentially rebooting the design of motorcycles, getting rid of the  tank altogether and to give a sleek and futuristic look.  With its unique design, the TAC-01 is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.

 

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Heavy Duty Front Fork

The TAC-01 features a heavy duty front fork with 41mm telescopic shock absorbers that have 110 mm of travel.

Heavy Duty
Rear Twin Shocks

The TAC-01 features heavy duty rear twin shocks that are ideal for off road use.

 

The ride height & ground clearance of the motorcycle is manually adjustable by moving the shock mounting to a number of presets.

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Machined Aluminum Shields, Accents and Mounts

All the side panels and shields on the TAC-01 are precision machined aluminum which is then powder coated for a durable finish. 

 

The frame also features five crash guard/ brush guard mounting points on either side that are closed up with machined aluminum caps.

Sandblasted Stainless Steel Scuff Plates 

The TAC-01 features multiple suspension settings where the user can adjust riding height and ground clearance by manually adjusting rear shock absorber mounting points. All mounting points are reinforced with sandblasted stainless steel scuff plates to protect powder coated surfaces.

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