Brammo CEO Craig Bramscher is looking to take a few plays from the Tesla Motors playbook by using its electric-vehicle wizardry to go public, and even plans to go after the same investment bankers that helped the California automaker with its IPO three years ago.
Yesterday, Brammo CEO, Craig Bramscher tweeted that bike #1, meaning their TTXGP entry, the Enertia TTR, was ready for the shipping crate and then went on to mysteriously mention a #2. Any question as to what was meant by that has now been answered via press release, the company is sending a second bike and rider to the Isle of Man for the 12th of June race. Although an official photo of the bikes wasn't released (though an unofficial one may have occurred), they have published some specificatio
While we've already had a couple glimpses of the the Enertia TTR, Brammo's TTXGP entry, scootin' along the highway, a photo taken during a recent Road Racer X interview with the company's chief cook and bottle washer, Craig Bramscher, gives a hint at the racer's possible appearance with its warpaint in full effect. Looks pretty nice and we don't even mind the little shout-out to sponsor and distributor, Best Buy. Thankfully, the green stripe seems present to add balance to the blue and yellow an
If we're honest, most decisions in the business world, especially in the auto industry, aren't made for altruistic reasons. Money is the name of the game, and as the environment is becoming a much talked about issue around the dinner table, many automakers are realizing that it's in their best interest, financially speaking, to develop greener vehicles.