Click above for a gallery of the EV-0 RR electric motorcycle

In about three months, the first ever carbon-free grand prix will take place at the legendary Isle of Man event in the UK. Any carbon neutral two-wheeler is invited to participate, so electric machinery is naturally expected to be a highlight of the race. One of these electric motorcycles will reportedly be entered by Evo Design Solutions using a design by Xenophya Design.

So far, details remain scarce, but we do know that the design calls for twin electric motors of some sort. Besides the carbon-free power source, the motorcycle also uses a monocoque chassis and a double wishbone front suspension design as opposed to the more traditional telescopic fork.

This new bike, known as the EV-0 RR, will be joined at the TTXGP by the TTX01 electric motorcycle (EDIT: The TTX01 will not be taking part in the race) , which also uses twin electric motors with 86 horsepower and an impressive 170 lb-ft of torque, and the Mission One electric superbike that debuted last month.


[Source: The Kneeslider]

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