The all-new for 2016 Victory Empulse TT is the same Brammo Empulse we already know and love, with a better seat, updated suspension, and better battery!
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Since 1907, competitors have flocked to a tiny British island called the Isle of Man. This is what the island looks like to on of them, riding a Honda CBR600 to podium.
College ain’t what it used to be, and that’s a good thing at the Ohio State University where students are building an all-electric TTXGP racing motorcycle!
Next year’s Isle of Man motorcycle race will once again feature electric motorcycles. This year, though- and, for the first time!- the electric bikes will be competing with the internal-combustion machines in the same category with Darvill Racing bringing a Brammo electric motorcycle to the big leagues. In the past, motorcycles from makes like Brammo […]
In true David vs. Goliath fashion, Michael Rutter defeated John McGuinness at today’s epic TT Zero finale, with the two electric motorcycle racing giants squaring off in a race for the record books. Less than two seconds separated the racers, but in racing, that is all it takes.
This post was written by Brandon Miller, a member of the Electric Cowboys EV racing team. Brandon was at this weekend’s REFUEL event, a racing event at the famed Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca for electric vehicles only. This is his firsthand account of the action. As the “Bike of Doom” rider Luke put it, […]
Michael Rutter began and ended the race in front, finishing in 21:45.33 minutes with an average speed of 104.056 mph, clearly winning the £10,000 prize for being the first rider to break the ton at the Isle of Man on an electric motorcycle.
Michael Rutter was the first rider to break the ton on an electric motorcycle at the Isle of Man, registering an average speed of 102.5 mph in the first and only TT Zero practice over the 37.7 mile course on the all-new MotoCzysz machine. This feat took the gas-powered bikes 50 years to accomplish.
Brammo followed up the massive hype of the brand’s initial launch with by taking on the famous Isle of Man TT motorcycle race back in June with the Enertia TTR sportbike (shown, above). As impressive as their racing efforts were, however, the latest news out of Brammo is even more impressive: the bikes are on […]