Dallas, TX, December 31, 2020 – OTC PR WIRE – Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC PINK: ALYI), an electric vehicle innovation company headquartered in Dallas, Texas, today announced the company will start taking pre-orders for the first 200 Retro ReVolt Electric Motorcycles.
The ALYI Retro ReVolt Electric Motorcycle is built on a BMW R71 clone frame. The Retro ReVolt has been designed for ALYI by MODUS. The exclusive first 200 Retro ReVolt Electric Motorcycles will come with a plate bearing the MODUS signature and the number of the bike.
Over 1,400 people have signed up to express their interest in purchasing a Retro ReVolt Electric Motorcycle. These 1,400 people will have first priority in staking a place on the pre-order list for the first 200 Retro ReVolt Electric Motorcycles.
Pre-orders for the Retro ReVolt Electric Motorcycle are open today. Go to the following link to get on the pre-order list:
Your place on the list will be emailed to you within one week. Entries after the first 200 will be put on a waitlist.
Those that signed up on the “interest” list in advance will be given priority on the pre-order list.
Within the next thirty days, those on the pre-order list will be required to make a $500 initial payment. When the Retro ReVolt Electric Motorcycle goes into production, a $6,000 deposit will be required. When the Retro ReVolt Electric Motorcycle is ready to ship, a final payment of $6,000 will be required.
To learn more about the Retro Revolt Electric Motorcycle built on a clone BMW R71 frame, visit www.revoltmotorbikes.com.
For more information and to stay up to date on ALYI’s overall latest developments, please visit www.alternetsystemsinc.com.
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