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Roehr Motorcycles To Enter Electric Motorcycle In TTGXP

[social_buttons] Last year’s TTGXP, was a huge success, with electric motorcycle manufacturers from across the world taking the trip out to the Isle of Man for the single lap race. Agni Motorcycles walked away with the 2009 crown, but many electric motorcycle manufacturers sat out the inaugural race. 2010 is going to be a much […]

January 5th

All Electric Grand Prix Coming To Paris Next Year

[social_buttons] Most of the technology we take for granted in our daily drivers had to work a long, harrowing course on the race track before every making it to our driveways. The money and competition that fuels high speed races often perfects technology on the track before making it to market. This fact has not […]

December 16th

e-Motive Launches Range of Affordable Electric Scooters

[social_buttons] British company e-Motive has launched a range of electric scooters in the UK and, at prices starting from just £1399 ($2300), is hoping to kickstart a zero-emission revolution. The e1, e3 and e5 debut models are powered by the latest electric motor and battery technology, are road tax exempt, and cost as little as […]

November 9th

California to Get First US Zero Carbon Motorcycle Race

[social_buttons] Spectators at next years Sonoma Showdown at California’s Infineon Raceway will be treated to something they’ve never seen before – the nation’s first ever zero-carbon motorcycle race. The Sonoma County event, known as the Time Trial eXtreme Grand Prix, will form part of the AMA Motorcycle Sonoma Showdown weekend, May 14-16.

November 6th

Mavizen Launches TTX02 – World’s First Electric Superbike

[social_buttons] British company Mavizen, the outfit behind the eGrandPrix, has launched the world’s first production electric supersport bike, – the TTX02, available as a limited edition from April 2010. The bike, unveiled on Tuesday at the SEMA Show 2009 in Las Vegas, has been called a “laptop on wheels” and is the first motorsport vehicle […]

November 4th

Suzuki Showcases Burgman Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Scooter

[social_buttons] At the tail-end of last week’s Tokyo Motor Show Suzuki unveiled an exciting e-scooter concept, the Burgman, powered by a combination of hydrogen fuel cells and a li-ion battery. Suzuki says that the innovative powertrain would enable the Burgman to reach distances of up to 220 miles at an average speed of 30kph (20mph) […]

November 3rd

Yamaha HV-X Hybrid Motorcycle Debuts in Tokyo

Yamaha didn’t pull any punches at last week’s 2009 Tokyo AutoMotoShow, bringing no less than five (5!) innovative new eco-conscious motorcycle concepts to a predominantly car-centric show in a bid to monopolize 2-wheeled press coverage and establish Yamaha as the leader in 2-wheeled hybrid technology. Did it work? Maybe! More about the seemingly production-ready HV-X […]

October 26th

Test Ride: Brammo Enertia Electric Motorcycle

Cooler Than a Scooter, But Just As Easy—The Brammo Enertia [social_buttons] Brammo is rolling out test bikes at Best Buy locations as quickly as they can, and on Sunday I had a chance to take one for a spin at Best Buy in El Segundo, CA. David, Brammo’s Service Manager and Josh, Brammo’s Southern California […]

October 20th

Zero S and DS Electric Motorcycles are Now $1,000 Cheaper

[social_buttons] Zero Motorcycles has just announced that they are the first electric motorcycle company to meet all US and Canadian safety standards as well as pass EPA certification allowing their bikes to qualify for major federal tax credits of 10% of the purchase price as well as a state sales tax credit.

October 8th

Mission One Electric Motorcycle Sets AMA Land Speed Record

The Mission One electric superbike set a land speed record of 150 MPH at the Bonneville Salt Flats for electric bikes on the 1st of September. This record sets the Mission Motors electric motorcycle apart from the herd, proving both the viability and performance capabilities of electric motorbikes. With individual runs as high as 161 […]

September 17th