JOHAMMER J1 - DESIGN & HIGH TECH MADE IN AUSTRIA

Published by RISER at November 13, 2015 in Articles
Riser blog johammer j1 15

When you see the Johammer J1 for the first time you might think of an animal documentary with the key subject of insects. Others might see a resemblance with a Junkers JU 52, also known as Aunt Ju. What you can say with certainty though is: The Johammer J1 can't be compared with any other bike. Absolutely not.

The design is extraordinary and thought-out - and definitely striking. What the sound is for a Harley, the design is for the Johammer. And with it one attracts attention. The whole bike is 100% recyclable. Sustainable.

The project originated in 2009 under the codename "biiista" and now, over 150.000 kilometers of testing later, the J1 is in batch production. Admittedly, with about fifty produced bikes every year they are no global player, but the company Johammer e-mobility from Bad Leonfelden in Austria is mixing it at the top when it comes to technology.

Riser blog johammer j1 2

The manufacturer guarantees a reach of 200 kilometers in the bigger version - in a gentle operation, for example in the city, it can be up to 300. These specifications are really not bad, considering that the battery can be charged with a 230 volt socket within one hour. The max speed, electronically closed off, is 120 km/h. A cruiser.

Currently the J1 is available in two versions: the J1.150 with a battery capacity of 8.3 kWh and a reach of 150 kilometers and the J1.200 with 12.7 kWh and a reach of 200 kilometers. Johammer is promising a lifespan of about 200.000 kilometers. From that point on the battery steps up to its "second life" and serves in other areas - for example as a storage module in photovoltaic plants.

Riser blog johammer j1 13

We think that Johammer accomplished to create a great eBike, even though it might requires to get used to it - in any case we will hear much more about them in the future. If you interest got aroused now: you can book a day tour for 290 Euros through the Mühlviertel - breakfast, guide and drinks included. If you want to call the J1 your own you'll have to pay 22.610 Euros.

We are looking forward to a test drive next spring.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Brand Johammer
Type J1
Performance 11kW / max 16 kW
Torque 220 Nm
Max Speed 120 km/h
Weight 159/179 kg
Length|Height|Width 2200 mm / 1200 mm / 814 mm
Seat 650 mm
Wheelbase 1455 mm
Price 22.900 bzw. 24.900 Euro

ALL PHOTOS


Riser blog johammer j1 1 small Riser blog johammer j1 2 small Riser blog johammer j1 3 small Riser blog johammer j1 4 small Riser blog johammer j1 5 small Riser blog johammer j1 6 small Riser blog johammer j1 7 small Riser blog johammer j1 8 small Riser blog johammer j1 9 small Riser blog johammer j1 10 small Riser blog johammer j1 11 small Riser blog johammer j1 12 small Riser blog johammer j1 13 small Riser blog johammer j1 14 small Riser blog johammer j1 15 small
SOURCE: Johammer eMobility

LINKS


JOHAMMER.com

LATEST ARTICLES

Teaser

THE WEISSBORN STORY EPISODE 4: BY MOTORCYCLE THROUGH PAKISTAN

Published by RISER at October 20, 2017 in Articles
To the left, to the right, in front of and behind me, a pure desert landscape. The wind scatters sand over the street and the last road sign appears to my right, indicating the crossing point between the town of Mirjaveh and a road about 5 km (3 miles) long lying straight ahead and leading to the border of Pakistan.
Teaser

13.000 KILOMETRES ON A PUCH - MAX REISCH'S JOURNEY TO INDIA

Published by RISER at October 13, 2017 in Articles
In his monthly travelogue Johannes Weissborn tells in an impressive way what true adventures a motorcycle trip to distant countries entails. Especially when you find yourself in regions of the world that are not characterised by familiar structures, you will come across new and unexpected challenges. Just under 85 years ago, two students from Vienna also set off...
Teaser

BEHIND THE SCENES: HANDING OUT FLYERS IN BAKING HEAT – DOMINIK

Published by RISER at October 12, 2017 in Articles
It was two of us, three months had passed since the launch of the iOS version of RISER and it was hot as hell. Overloaded with flyers, we were standing in the middle of a dense crowd at the European Bike Week at Lake Faak … and working up a sweat...
Teaser2

NUVIZ, THE FIRST HEAD-UP-DISPLAY FOR MOTORCYCLE HELMETS - A REVIEW

Published by Christian Zechner at October 09, 2017 in Articles
Originally used in the aviation sector, cars are also regularly equipped with it for quite some time, but there has never been anything similar for everyday use for motorcyclists. We’re talking about head-up displays, aka HUDs.
Teaser

PATAGONIA ADVENTURE DIARIES #2 - FROM PUERTO TRANQUILO TO LAGO POSADAS

Published by Agustin Yaconis at September 30, 2017 in Articles
Our little adventure continues on the Carretera Austral, on the interesting section between Puerto Tranquilo and Lago Posadas (Posadas Lake), crossing the border to Argentina. But before we go on and decide where to spend the night...
Teaser

COFFEE BREAK AT FULL SPEED

Published by NORA DEJACO at September 30, 2017 in Articles
While on the road riding our motorcycles, always the same question comes up: Where to find the best cup of coffee? Maybe we’ve had the most brilliant idea recently. We should just take the coffee machine with us. It has a removable tank, runs on electricity and uses capsules...
Teaser

BEHIND THE SCENES - STEFAN, THE ANDROID DUDE

Published by RISER at September 30, 2017 in Articles
Since last year’s launch, there have been some changes to our core team. Stefan is someone who was already with us before the launch and we couldn’t be happier he is on board. Stefan is basically a quiet-type person, at least he seems so if you meet him for the first time.
Teaser

THE WEISSBORN STORY - EPISODE 2

Published by NORA DEJACO at September 29, 2017 in Articles
The desert – I’ve never been this far from home on my motorcycle and reached such a barren landscape. The atmosphere is fairly chaotic at the border control. Hagglers keep offering their services and border officials are irritated about the new registration plate, as the previous plate is still listed on their register.
Teaser

MOTORCYCLE DIY #2 WITH NCT-MOTORCYCLES

Published by RISER at September 26, 2017 in Articles
Remember that we had our friend David Widmann from Carinthia talking about some nice insights how to get your bike fit for the season in July? Well he’s back now with some interesting details: Have you ever tried to change your motorcycle’s handles?