Tag: electric motorcycles
A Floridian man took his 2012 Zero S motorcycle for an extended trip, riding it more than 3,500 miles in six days as part of a durability demonstration.
California-based motorcycle company Zero produces nothing but electric bikes. The company makes street bikes and dirt bikes, as well as a one dual-sport option, which was revamped for 2012.
Italian manufacturer CRP is set to reveal a prototype of its upcoming Energica motorcycle, Motorcycle.com reports.
Zero Motorcycles was awarded more than $1 million in grant money from the California Energy Commission (CEC) to produce electric street bikes.
Electrified cars and motorcycles are becoming increasingly common, and while battery-powered cars and trucks may be a bit more popular than their two-wheeled counterparts, there’s still a market for bikes that don’t require gas.
Brammo, a 5-year-old startup electric motorcycle company from Oregon, announced that it received $13 million towards their goal of $45 million in the funding round.
Oregon senator Ron Wyden has successfully extended the tax credit for the purchase of new electric motorcycles.
Buyers of on-road electric motorcycles would continue to be eligible for up to a $2,500 tax credit under a bill approved by the U.S. Senate Finance Committee, the American Motorcyclist Association reports. On Aug. 2, the panel approved bipartisan legislation extending dozens of tax breaks, including language offered by U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) to [...]
Electric motorcycle racing is still in its infancy, and one upstart racing outfit is already shocking the established competitors in the new Time Trial Xtreme Grand Prix (TTXGP) electric-only championship.
The Motorcycle Safety Federation oversees many of the motorcycle training courses in the United States, and the group has very strict requirements for what qualifies as a training bike.