The business recently announced that the US Military and other public and private organizations are evaluating its Huck Overland model.
Militaries from all around the world are becoming more interested in light electric vehicles. Huck Cycles, a manufacturer of electric mopeds based in North Carolina, has just received a draft card for its newest electric motorcycle.For Brett McCoy, the founder and owner of Huck’s and a former airborne infantry soldier in the Army, it represents a sort of comeback. The business claims that two Huck Overlands versions have recently undergone testing for use in clandestine operations, remote deployment, mobility caching, border and perimeter patrol, air deployment, medical evacuations with rolling gurneys, and live fire drills.The iconic Honda Motra, a well-liked recreational mini-bike from the 1980s, served as the source of inspiration for the Huck Overland, an electric motorcycle. The $5,800 bike was designed for the hunting, fishing, and outdoor enthusiast market and is typically offered for personal use; hence, the name Overland.