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Mavizen TTX03 Unveiled At Intermot Will Travel The Globe

Almost a year ago Azhar Hussain and Mavizen mentioned the TTX03 was on the drawing board. Originally, it was planned to be based on an MX bike. It seems plans have changed, as yesterday at Intermot 2010, Mavizen unveiled a work-in-progress electric adventure bike based on the KTM 990 Adventure rolling chassis. Norwegen long distance […]

Mavizen Introduces Factory Support Service, Training And Insurance

  Late last year Mavizen announced the TTX02 race bike with the intention of eliminating reasons for teams to pass on electric motorcycle racing. The TTX02 is a fully electric race bike based on the KTM RC8 rolling chassis and TTXGP winning Team Agni drive train. Today Mavizen and TTXGP founder Azhar Hussain rolled out […]

Video of Mavizen TTX02 Unveil At SEMA

Mavizen and TTXGP founder Azhar Hussain was joined by the Minister of Environment of Isle of Man yesterday to unveil the Mavizen TTX02 electric supersport motorcycle at SEMA show yesterday. Azhar is calling it a “laptop on wheels” to reflect the bikes concentration on shifting motorsports to be both connected and modular by design. This […]

Mavizen TTX03 Motorcross Derived Electric

Today is a big day for Mavizen and TTXGP founder Azhar Hussain. They are unveiling the Mavizen TTX02 at SEMA show which looks to be based on the KTM RC8 superbike chassis and the Team Agni X01. After taking a look at their website it appears they are also working on a dirtbike called the […]

Mavizen TTX02 Based On KTM RC8? [Updated]

Update: Asphalt And Rubber found an unblurred shot of he bike in the original photo thumbnail. RC8 for sure… A new teaser shot of the Mavizen TTX02 was displayed on TTXGP.com today. The shot is blurred but you can make out one of the Agni motors, the frame design and the swingarm. The bike is […]

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Mavizen TTX02 To Be Unveiled At SEMA Show

With electric motorcycles becoming more practical over the last few years there were a lot of teams interested in competing in the 2009 TTXGP at Isle of Man. However, in the end only 10 bikes crossed the finish line. Most teams had about 6 months to put a bike together and though simpler to build […]