Alan Cross, an Atlanta based veterinarian has created a minimalist yet functional electric motorcycle for himself. Named ExoDyne, the electric motorcycle is based around a center box frame that directly connects the swing arm pivot with head stock. A total of 48 lithium polymer batteries, arranged in 100V, 32 Ah configuration, are located in the center box frame. A 11 kW motor, mounted in the rear hub propels the motorcycle to a top speed of 60 mph and the battery pack has a total range of 20 miles.
Alan Cross created this light weight electric motorcycle with bright yellow scaffold-like structure by reusing many parts from old motorcycles. These include a 2005 Suzuki RMZ 250 front fork, a 1995 Suzuki RM 125 head stock and swing arm, Brembo front brake and a Suzuki rear brake.