Archive for the ‘Electric Motorsport’ Category

Who Won The MO Electric Motorcycle Shootout?

Last week published a shootout review of the Native S, Brammo Enertia and Zero S testing their abilities in a commuter setting. Ah, you lucky dogs who can just take a ride over to Hollywood Electrics. Based on their criteria for the test they chose the right winner in the Brammo Enertia. However, a […]

Test Ride: Native X Electric Supermoto Prototype

The Native X electric supermoto is the latest prototype bike in the Electric Motorsport line and is quickly becoming their best known, thanks to its starring role in the TTXGP …um …pits. Its rough-edged looks are borrowed from the SACHS X-Road and an impressive stack of lithium tied to the DC motor inspire the inner hooligan. […]

A Diverse Podium Tops Off TTXGP At Road America

The natural light streaming into the new Orion Tech Center at Elkhart Lake made the perfect launch pad for the electric bikes at TTXGP North America Round 2. Michael Barnes on the Lightning Motors bike pulled strong up the hills and down the long straights for the duration of the race to lock in a […]

Electric Motorsport Takes Second At ReFuel

Hot off their 1st place Open class victory at the TTXGP, Electric Motorsport took 2nd place at ReFuel, an alternative fuel vehicle race at Leguna Seca. An electric powered go cart took first place. The Electric Motorsport / Native bike was the fastest motorcycle beating out the funky dual swing arm PMW Shocker which took […]

Posted on July 22, 2009 at 10:06 am by John Adamo · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Electric Motorsport GPR-S

With all the buzz around Brammo selling it’s Enertia at Best Buy, Mission Motors technologically advanced superbike and former MotoGP hopeful MotoCzysz surprising jump into the world of electrics, Electric Motorsport has not received the press it should. Their GPR-S model is a practical UJM styled bike you can buy for $8500 making it one […]

Posted on July 22, 2009 at 6:49 am by John Adamo · Permalink · Comments Closed
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