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The TTXGP begins its first weekend of electric motorcycle road racing on American soil at Infineon Raceway the 14th of May and the starting line-up features big surprises both by inclusion and absentia. The two biggest bombshells have to be the no-shows of Isle of Man alumni Brammo and Mission Motors. Considering that one of the TTR race bikes that gave Brammo a podium finish just did a little pre-race lapping of the Long Beach Grand Prix circuit last month, it strikes us as odd that they would

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

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

Looking back, 2009 may be seen as the year that electric motorcycles began their rise to market dominance. If that is to happen, the start-ups in that sector will have to be successful in the execution of their various business models. What they are trying to do with the motorized two-wheeler is more revolutionary then evolutionary and so their approach to the market must be distinct, perhaps diametric to that of the companies that currently occupy the landscape. In a series of articles at Aspha

2010 Mission One electric motorcycle - Click above for high-res image gallery

Mission Motors at Bonneville Salt Flats – Click above for high-res image gallery

Mission Motors' TTXGP race bike - Click above for image gallery

It took only 25 minutes and 53.5 seconds, for the TTXGP to be decided. Find out the winner after the jump.

Mission Motors' TTXGP race bike - Click above to enlarge

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

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

Click above to enlarge the rendering of the electric motorcycle from Motoczysz

Click above for a hi-res gallery of the Mission One

Click above for high-res image gallery of the electric Mission One sport bike

Click above for high-res image gallery of the Mission One EV sport bike