The electric motorcycle primer you didn't know you needed
But you should read it. Now!
Think you already know everything about harnessing electrons and putting them to work? Even you might even find a few things here that you hadn't quite realized before.
Ted Dillard wrote the book on electric motorcycles. Literally. And now, motivated by a heroic-yet-inept attempt by another publication, he has written a five chapter introduction to electric motorcycles over at Inside EVs. What they are like to ride. The parts that make them go. All about lithium batteries. Regenerative braking and charging. And, finally, how to interpret specs.
It's simple enough for the lay person to understand, but comprehensive enough to cover all the basics. Beware though, upon completion you might be overwhelmed by an urge to go for a spin. Hopefully there's no snow on the roads in your neck of the woods. Ride safe.
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