There were many hands involved in the making, improving, modifying and remaking of what began as a single man’s pet project. Eventually, the electric motorcycle, built originally by Johnathan Vail of Nashua, found its way into the hands of a father-son team who used its key components to make something completely different.
It all began around 2008 or 2009, as Vail remembers it.
“I wanted an electric vehicle … and couldn’t afford an electric car. I thought a motorcycle could be fun and something that I could afford and build at home,” Vail said.