RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
It is our mission to develop, produce and sell the ultimate road-legal electric super-bike, based on the same design, intelligent technology, connectivity, safety and performance of our Saroléa race bikes.
Our engineering team, with knowledge spread over different specialised fields of applied sciences, handle all research and development tasks with a high level of effectivity and output quality.
THE SP7 HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND BUILT TO PERFORM AND WIN AT THE ISLE OF MAN TOURIST TROPHY
The extreme conditions and very specific set-up required to complete in the IOM TT race offer a unique development platform in terms of PERFORMANCE and SAFETY.
This challenging event enables our R&D to gather huge amounts of data which we turn into enhanced solutions for our motorcycles.
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Saroléa Racing competed at the Isle of Man TT Zero for the first time in 2014.
Despite competing against race teams and famous marques with decades of history and experience, Robert Wilson took the exquisite brand new carbon SP7 to an amazing 4th place. He finished just 0.4 seconds off the podium with an average speed of 93.507 mph.
2015 saw significant technical advancements. Robert Wilson took a very solid 5th with an average speed of 106.510 mph – a phenomenal improvement of 13 mph.
At the 2016 IOM TT Zero, Saroléa riders Dean Harrison and Lee Johnston raced a completely new machine - built on the steady progress of the past two seasons. Practice and qualifying went well and the team were optimistic of getting on to the podium. However, just before the start, some unforeseen technical problems surfaced. So, rather than compromise rider safety, the difficult decision was made to withdraw from the race.
In 2017, the SP7 has evolved considerably and many innovations have taken place. Much work has been done on the dyno and the bike has been subjected to a rigorous testing programme – on and off track.
As in 2016, Yorkshireman Dean Harrison was at the controls of the SP7 round the demanding TT course.
Saroléa narrowly missed the podium, but finished a healthy 4th - with a time of 108.064mph.
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