British sports car manufacturer Caterham have announced that they’ll be branching into the world of motorcycles, with two e-bikes being introduced for 2014. Best known for their lightweight Seven sports car model, Caterham have historically stuck to the same formula of providing accesible thrills to drivers and now aim to do the same for two wheeled road users. The first and most radical of the two electric bike models is the Carbon E-Bike. Apparently inspired by technology coming from Caterham’s F1 team, it’s an intriguing thing to look at. Both the wheels and huge 4.8in tyres hold Surly branding and look like parts taken straight from a fat bike. The frame itself is a combination of carbon fibre and aluminium components, there’s supposedly adjustment in the chassis. Caterham claim this allows the bike to be adapted to the size and shape of each rider – and that’s once you’ve chosen from one of three frame sizes. There’s a carbon girder fork up front, while the rear suspension looks like that of a motocross bike and is paired to a Marzocchi Roco Air rear shock. A 36-volt, 250-watt Panasonic motor will apply power to the rear wheel via Shimano’s Nexus eight-speed hub gear. Speed...