Surron Storm Bee Specifications


Speed & Range

  • Range >100km* (Cruising @50km/h)
  • Top Speed 110km/h 
  • Acceleration 0~50km/h - 1.9s
  • Acceleration 0~80km/h - 3.9s


  • 90V / 4,320Wh, 48AH Sony VTC Premium Lithium cells. Battery is removable and can be charged in bike or separately.

Ride Modes

  • Mode 1 ECO: The ultimate mode energy conservation exploration
  • Mode 2 Rain: For Optimised traction control
  • Mode 3 Sport: Maximum torque, acceleration and speed
  • Mode 4 Turbo: 10s Burst of Insane Levels of Performance 
  • Mode 5 Reverse: Reverse Function - Limited Speed


  • ASR Active Slip Reduction
  • BERS Braking Energy Regeneration System
  • Hill Ability Up to 80%+ Inclines
  • Horn Included
  • USB Port Included
  • Lights Front LED, Indicator & Rear Brake/Tail Light (Only on Road Models)
  • Fenders Yes (Number Plate Mounts Only on Road Models)
  • Cooling System Air Cooled
  • Warranty 1 Year


  • Dual Piston Hydraulic disc, Front 270mm Rotor & Rear 240mm
  • EABS Fully Adjustable Electric Regenerative Braking


  • 3-4hrs with Fast Charging


  • LCD Multi-Function (ODO, Trip, Battery, Speed, Top Speed etc)


  • FOC Sine Wave Controller


  • Electric Motor BLDC Mid Motor
  • Transmission Reduction Gearbox with Direct Chain Drive
  • Rated Power 10 kW
  • Peak Power 22.5 kW
  • Max Torque 520 N·m
  • Throttle Fly by Wire Twist


    • Frame Forged Aluminium Frame
    • Handlebars 6061 aluminium, 805mm length


    • Front Fastace 47mm Inverted Fork with 290mm travel
    • Rear Fastace 115mm Air Absorber with 290mm wheel travel

    Wheels & Tyres

    • Rims R18/F21" Aluminium Spoke Wheels
    • Tyres CST Off-road mud tyre


    • Overall 2,120 x 805 x 1,265mm
    • Seat Height 940mm
    • Ground Clearance 315mm
    • Wheel Base 1,430 mm


    • N.W of Bike 97 kg (excluding battery)
    • Battery Weight 29kg
    • Max Loading 120 kg


    • In the Box 1x Bike, Fast Charger, Front Plate, Front Guard, 2 Keys & Manual

    *Disclaimer - Range achievable varies on ride conditions, loading, motor use and many other factors. Range Calculations should be used as a guide only and are based off consistent travel at low speed in ideal conditions.