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AddFIM e-Power 2010: Last lap lead change at Mazda Raceway

Michael Czysz at the FIM e-Power International Championship at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

13FIM e-Power 2010: Last lap lead change at Mazda Raceway

Michael Czysz at the FIM e-Power International Championship at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

AddMichael Czysz to race E1pc at Laguna Seca in e-Power event

MotoCzysz E1pc – Click above for high-res image gallery

11Secrets Revealed: Germany's Das Neue Motorrad set to release all new production motorcycle

Germany's "new motorcycle" – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddEvangelist of the Year award makes brammofan a Brammo Man

Have you ever stumbled across a product you liked so much that you became something of a fanboy/girl, even though you couldn't quite justify getting one for yourself? Such is the predicament Harry Mallin found himself in after stumbling upon the Brammo Enertia on the internet one day.

AddZero Agni win first race of TTXGP North America

Shawn Higbee wins TTXGP North America Infineon Raceway round for Team Zero Agni – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddHHI's Volta 102 - rockers vs. mods goes electric

Say you're in the market for an electric motorcycle but you don't like the modern styling of a Zero S or a Brammo Enertia. Or maybe you do, but some jerk who works in your office already has one. Well, now you can get a modern electric bike that looks like anything but. Check out custom bike designer James Hammarhead's cafe racer-inspired Volta 102.

AddHome-built electric motorcycle takes on the big boys in TTXGP

Outside of SCCA or a weekend racing school, us working stiffs never get the chance to get on the track and let it all hang out for guts and glory. Well, John Wild and Sean Ewing aren't satisfied with amateur track days. They're entering the TTXGP electric motorcycle grand prix.

AddVolta Hammarhead electrifies Royal Enfield

Hammarhead Volta – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddElectric motorcycles and scooters, a perfect answer for urban mobility in Europe

Brammo Enertia - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddColorado tax credit makes electric motorcycles really cheap (like $3,000 cheap)

Zero Motorcycles DS – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddStudy: 466 million electric two-wheelers by 2016

Brammo Enertia and TTR race bike – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddMission Motors delays Mission One, announces next electric motorcycle

Mission Motors Mission One – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddDetails on Derbi GPR EV leak out; will it reach production?

Derbi GPR-EV – Click above to enlarge

AddHirsch Design develops Comoto electric bike, plans production later this year

Comoto electric bike – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddRoehr planning electric superbike, will enter U.S. TTXGP

It seems that the promise of recognition through electric motorcycle racing is bringing an increasing number of unlikely competitors to the racing fray. Add newly-born American motorcycle manufacturer Roehr to that growing list as the company has just announced its intentions to offer both racing and street versions of the eRoehr electric motorcycle.

10Roehr announces electric superbike, plans to contest US TTXGP *UPDATE

It seems that the promise of recognition through electric motorcycle racing is bringing out an increasing number of unlikely competitors to the racing fray. Add newly-born American motorcycle manufacturer Roehr to that growing list as the company has just announced its intentions to offer both racing and street versions of the eRoehr electric motorcycle.

AddElectric Moto Corporation unveils new EMAX 72DS

Take note, Zero Motorcycles and Quantya: There's a new electric motorcycle in town. California-based Electric Moto Corporation (aka EMOT) has announced a new motorcycle called the EMAX 72DS. As hinted to by the bike's name, this electric two-wheeler will be running a 14 kW, 72-volt battery pack that will provide a claimed three-hour run time. Further, the DS signifies that the bike will be a dual sport that's both off-road capable and road legal.

AddCedric Lynch: Batteries the bottleneck to gasoline-level performance

Ask just about anyone who follows the green automotive industry what's holding back electric cars and you'll likely get the same answer: It's the batteries. Though today's lithium ion packs are orders of magnitude better than the lead acid units of a few decades ago, these advanced power packs still can't hold a candle to the available energy of a full tank of gasoline.

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