bought it!

Here is my new empulse on the showroom floor. I'm bringing it home tomorrow. That is my buddy looking hard for a reason to stop me from buying. But he could not find one. Go to Source

Double check my numbers, anyone?

I don't really want to self promote, but here goes anyway. I've been inspired by Brammofan (and others) to write a blog about owning and operating an Empulse. It's a bit premature, since I don't own one at the moment, but the plan is to start the b… Go to Source

City Bike magizine electric motorcycle issue

Last month I got a call from the editor of the Bay Area's monthly free motorcycle magazine, City Bike, Gabe Ets-Hokin, who I had previously met at a BMW rally. He had discovered that I had recently bought a 2012 ZF9 Zero S. Gabe told me that the… Go to Source

Brammo featured on CNN – Hong Kong Green City Challenge

"Hong Kong is only beginning to consider low carbon transportation and the Hong Kong Police are leading the way.  They have 20 electric bikes, just like this one, and they're beginning to set an example." [url=http://edition.cnn…. Go to Source

Anybody heading to Ashland…. Gavin Go to Source

New Enertia Plus Gallery on Brammo’s Google Plus Page

Check it out: Go to Source

TTXGP Forum and QA session with Cedric Lynch

Skadamo and I have dived into setting up and moderating the TTXGP Forum at and invite all of you to come and join up. Tomorrow we'll be hosting Cedric Lynch and Arvind Rabadia of Agni Motors f… Go to Source

Drive Motor power VIN designations

On page 1-5 of my 2012 Zero owner's manual, there is a VIN numbers designation break-down explanation. Reading from the left, the first three numbers, 538, mean "for use on the road"; the next letter, S, is the "motorcycle type" (S/DS platform); the ne… Go to Source

Wired briefly reviews the Enertia Plus Quote For $1,000 extra, the Plus doubles the range of the three-year-old base-model Enertia to 80 miles. Tha… Go to Source

Electric Ossa motorcycle

Here is a "one-off" that is a little different. Well built and designed, though: Go to Source