We have seen a number of electric motorbike concepts, but without expecting them to come into production. However, Austrian company KTM looks set for its electric motorbike dubbed “Freeride” to allow an electrifying ride. Presented in two versions, the supermoto for on road and endure for off-road excursions, the Freeride is based around a lightweight delta box frame with forged aluminum components. Replacing the engine with a compact 30 horsepower electric motor, capable of producing 43Nm of torque, to reach the top speed of 43 mph, the new KTM electric motorbike makes use of a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack for supplying electricity to the motor. The Freeride just takes 1.5 hours to juice up fully, which is good enough for an hour of nonstop runtime. The KTM’s new electric motorbike is expected to cost you about $13,500.