Stealth Electric Bikes

Jack Field set to wow the crowd at Moto Expo

By November 25, 2014 E-Bike Events, H-52

Renowned motorbike trials rider Jack Field will climb aboard his Stealth H-52 Hurricane for a series of eye-opening demos at this weekend’s Troy Bayliss Moto Expo at the Melbourne Showgrounds.

Field, who has a long association with Stealth Electric Bikes, will be showcasing his world-class skills from the 28th to the 30th of November, spearheading the three-day long event, which is the largest of its kind in Victoria.


The event will cover a 30,000sqm area, including an indoor hall that will house over 100 exhibitors; one of which will be Stealth Electric Bikes, where the latest B-52 Bomber, H-52 Hurricane and F-37 Fighter models will be on display.


Spectators will be able to see Field working his H-52 Hurricane to its full potential on a purpose-built demo course, similar to those seen in the many promotional videos starring the talented rider aboard his 5200 Watt “Black Ace” rocket.


Stealth’s Global Sales Manager Theresa Mischkulnig says that Field is such a great ambassador for the Stealth brand because he genuinely showcases the versatility of the Stealth bikes.

“We have countless videos of high-end Stealth riders carving up off-road trails because they’re the natural habitat for our bikes, but Jack proves that riders needn’t just restrict their use to the trails alone – you can take a Stealth bike pretty much anywhere and have a load of fun in the process.”


Field’s H-52 Hurricane has no special modifications and uses an off-the-shelf specification, demonstrating the durability of the model straight off the factory floor.


For riders wanting to mimic Field’s antics, says Mischkulnig, Stealth offers the semi-slick Schwalbe Crazy Bob tyre package; a soft-compound option, which uses a knurled tread pattern with a particularly rounded profile to offer extreme amounts of grip on asphalt services.


“The Crazy Bob is a no-cost option, which is specified by around 10% of Stealth’s customers globally; some riders even request both sets of tyres, as they wish to enjoy their Stealth across a number of different trail and tarmac environments,” adds Mischkulnig.


For motorbike and Stealth fans alike, tickets to Moto Expo can be purchased online or at the gate on the day of the event. Motorcycle parking is free, with cars costing just $10 for the day.


Stealth Electric Bikes encourages riders to experience the future in hybrid electric bike technology, with the Stealth B-52 Bomber, F-37 Fighter, and H-52 Hurricane available for test ride via our global distribution partners. Contact us today to find your nearest dealer.