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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

1HHI'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.

18Electric motorcycles and scooters, a perfect answer for urban mobility in Europe

Brammo Enertia - Click above for high-res image gallery

20Colorado tax credit makes electric motorcycles really cheap (like $3,000 cheap)

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

11Study: 466 million electric two-wheelers by 2016

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

5Mission 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

5Hirsch Design develops Comoto electric bike, plans production later this year

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11Electric 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.

4SEMA Preview: Mavizen TTX02 electric motorcycle to be unveiled in Vegas

According to the official TTXGP blog, the long-awaited TTX02 electric racebike will be unveiled November 3rd at the giant SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Based on the race-winning Agni X01 electric motorcycle with a frame sourced from an unknown "leading motorcycle manufacturer," the team behind the effort claims it will be the world's first production electric supersport bike bred for racing.

18Complete list of confirmed TTXGP riders released

Mission One testing at Infineon - Click above for a high-res image gallery

AddKTM confirms electric dirtbike plans amidst company slowdown

KTM electric dirtbike - Click above for a high-res image gallery

17First Ride: 2009 Zero X electric motorcycle

Click above for a high-res image gallery of the 2009 Zero X electric motorcycle

19Brammo Enertia to be sold at Best Buy

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AddeKRAD electric supermoto bike from Germany

There are a number of electric motorcycles and dirtbikes already on the market, and it looks like at least one more will be coming from Germany in the near future from eKRAD. A 21 kilowatt (28 horsepower) electric motor gets its juice from lithium polymer batteries that put out 72 volts of power. Those units have a capacity of 50 Ah, which compares favorably with competitors from Zero (58 volts @ 35Ah) and Quantya (48 volts @ 40Ah). There are a ton of other technical details that determine the o

3Electric Motorsport introduces the GPR-S electric motorcycle

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AddScrapheap Challenge motorcycles pit electricity against gasoline

We love the British show Scrapheap Challenge. Reruns of the old Junkyard Wars episodes sometimes appear on satellite TV, and we've seen all of them. The show still runs in the U.K., and the latest episode featured junkyard-derived motorcycles, which the show charitably describes as superbikes. One rule in particular made the challenge rather difficult: no parts originally used on a motorcycle may be used on the scrap-bikes. This made the design of the two-wheelers rather interesting, to say the

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