Walt Siegl is a bike builder that most of us have come to know and love because of his collaborative works like the PACT electric motorcycle that was built in collaboration with Mike Mayberry of Ronin Motorworks. The latest creation is an even more streamlined electric powerhouse that was built on commission with Bobby Haas and Stacey Mayfield from the Haas Moto Museum in Dallas, Texas. As Siegl puts it, “I wanted to build a machine that looks like it comes from the larger two-wheeled world, and not only the motorcycle world. From track bicycles and mopeds, as well as performance motorcycles. Because my design platform is a combination of all these worlds, this bike could easily be the platform for a pedal-assist bike, a moped, or for an electric performance bike. Electric bike technology lends itself to this versatility. I wanted a crisp and clean design, and the appearance of a concept bike, while still showing my handiwork and the love that went into building it.” The end result is a super-clean, stripped down, two-wheeled electric vehicle that is as performance focused and well-built as it is startling devoid of bodywork and unnecessary periphery. In other words, this is the kind of electric motorcycle that we all want to be riding.