BOXX electric m/c at Portland Auto Show

Ran across this electric motorcycle thingy at the Portland Auto Show.  It's the "BOXX ® the 1 meter all electric, all wheel drive device vehicle™".  (See www.boxxcorp.com).  It goes at moped speeds with a range of 40 … Go to Source

Enertia+ available in May in Europe ?

Found on: http://www.n-tv.de/auto/Brammo-heizt-Deutschland-ein-article5053026.html Brammo kündigte auch eine "Plus"-Version für Berufspendler mit doppelter Akku-Kapazit… Go to Source

Brammo and Icon

Brammobrian just posted this on twitter: "Close-up of the highly modified #iconmotorsports Enertia." Also with Brian at Icon in Portland is Adrian (thespecialone), Greg Boeder (co-designer of the Empulse TTX) and the one and only… Go to Source

KTM Freeride E tested in Motorcyclist magazine

Check out the new March issue of Motorcyclist magazine when you pass by the newsstand.  On page 52 and 53 there is a two-page review of the KTM Freedride E.  They give it four stars out of five and call it "the most promising e-crosser yet!" The artic… Go to Source

2012 Zero S ZF9

Looks like someone got a new bike… http://visforvoltage.org/forum/11859-2012-zero-s-zf9 Go to Source

Brammo just uploaded a new video

Those of us who like to hear what our future Brammos might sound like will like this video: 2011 TTXGP Brammo Racing – Without Ba… Go to Source

Icon posts photo of Nick Apex doing a burnout on an Enertia

Check it out: From Icon's Facebook page. Beautiful shot, eh?  That color blue has always been my least favorite, … Go to Source

The Green Economy visits Brammo HQ (Video)

TGE201 Segment 3 – Brammo Motors & Jacksonville Inn Watching this one right now… it looks like a good one. Go to Source

TTXGPod Episode 4: Interview with Brian Wismann of Brammo (full)

My interview with Brian.  A must listen.  Bt then again, it's my podcast. Go to Source

Charging on a 220v

I am planning on adding an outlet for my enertia. She is that special. I want a 220v outlet in theory they should charge the bike twice as fast. But I discovered that the cord only takes 10amp. Its the number of amps that determine charge rate, right? … Go to Source