Electric Race Bikes EGP TTXGP Entry

The folks at Electric Race Bikes chose the simple and lightweight approach to an electric race bike. They converted some type of 125cc-two-stroke-looking rolling chassis to electric using two Agni 95R motors and 7.6 kWh of LiFePO4 batteries. If you know the frame let me know. They didn’t tell me and no one on twitter knew which is unusual.

The total package including Sevcon DC to DC converter and and before putting rider Mike Hannas on top is a feathery 320 lbs. The team plans to be on the grid for all 4 North American TTXGP races.

By day the Electric Race Bike guys sell EV parts such as the Agni 95R that will power their bike for the low price of $1199.99 USD and free shipping to the USA. If your in the market for an Agni throw some cash their way and help support the TTXGP grid.

For more information check out the Electric Race Bikes racer profile on TTXGP website.

Be Sociable, Share!

6 Responses

Subscribe to comments via RSS

  1. Written by Jensen Beeler
    on May 12, 2010 at 7:42 pm

    It’s a late model Yamaha TZ250: http://aspha.lt/10e

  2. Written by Christian
    on May 13, 2010 at 2:04 am

    This is a early TZ250.
    I don`t like the location of the motors, this is to dangerous for track use.

    In my opinion this location has to be prohibited.

    In case of a contact with another riders foot rests you will get a big short circuit…

    Best regards

  3. Written by skadamo
    on May 13, 2010 at 3:30 pm

    Considering the 2009 TTXGP winning bike has the same motor location and so do the Mavizen bikes I doubt it will be outlawed. Interesting concern though.

  4. Written by travis
    on May 17, 2010 at 10:49 am

    This thing flew!

    Matt did a great job. Gotta love those headway batteries!

  5. […] back Mike Hannas on the Electric Race Bikes machine and the Thad Wolff on the Team Norton bike were running pretty close before the electric […]

  6. […] community knew Matt through his TTXGP and e-Power race efforts and notable successes. His Electric Race Bikes team took 3rd place at the TTXGP season opener at Infineon Raceway and continued to impress through out […]

Subscribe to comments via RSS