Mavizen TTX02, an electric superbike for the streets
Derived from the winning bike in the inaugural TTXGP on the Isle of Man in
2009, the Mavizen TTX02 is a British electric superbike that uses twin
96-volt DC motors and a 7.5-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack.
Configured for the street or the track, the Mavizen reaches a top speed of
130 mph. It costs $30,000 to $32,000. Read more at http://lat.ms/bp9voY
Chip Yates: World Record Junkie and Electric Motorcycle Pioneer! On Two Wheels Ep. 39
On this episode of On Two Wheels, we visit Chip Yates, an engineer turned
professional motorcycle racer, turned record-setting electric technology
pioneer! Chip decided at the age of 36 to quit his job at Boeing and
pursue a career as a professional AMA racer.
After turning pro, he had a big crash which ended his competitive career.
Looking to the future, Chip was not discouraged, but rather, motivated to
venture into new territory. He designed and built an all electric
superbike that produced 258hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. He went on to race
the bike and broke numerous World Records at Bonneville and Pikes Peak
International Hill Climb.
With 10 World Records under his belt, he wasn't done yet! He took the
technology he developed in the electric superbike and built an electric
airplane. In his second flight ever in the aircraft, he broke the world
speed record for an electric aircraft and his record still stands today!
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The end of gas powered motorcycles? The Zero S electric motorcycle demo ride! I was wrong!
I just did this because you folks wanted me to, but I was so wrong! I've
been dismissive of electric vehicles. I like my noise! Only the Porsche 918
had me interested, then the Mission R bike. I thought these were gonna be
like glorified Vespa...WRONG! These electric bikes really surprised me!
Sorry about laughing like a girl by the way. :)
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A Motorcycle that Can Change the Industry !
A San Francisco start-up has developed a car that could be a game changer
for the auto industry. Lit Motors' C-1 bridges the gap between a car and a
motorcycle, providing the safety of a car without the high ongoing costs of
ownership. Because the vehicle is electric, commuting costs are negligible:
"You can get to work and back for less than 50 cents a day,"
My 48 Volt Electric Motorcycle
This is an all electric motorcycle that I built in my garage in late 2008.
The first eight months were spent researching components, saving money,
planning the modifications, tearing down the original bike, and finally
purchasing all of the parts. The build was completed over a 3 day period.
Battery pack rating: 2.5 KW
Top speed: 50 MPH
Range: 25 miles
4x BB EB50-12 Batteries (50 amp-hour x 12 volts)
Alltrax 4865 Motor Controller (max amperage output set to custom limit)
Etek-R Brushed DC Electric Motor
Magura 0-5k Potentiometer Throttle
25 Amp Quickcharge Charger
Ronnie Renner Charges On New KTM Electric Motorcycle In Austria: Upside Down & Inside Out Ep. 7
Pro FMX Rider Ronnie Renner pays a visit to KTM's headquarters in
Mattighofen, Austria to test the new prototype "Freeride E" electric
motorcycle. With the flip of a switch Ronnie and rider/filmer Steve
Haughelstine quietly destroy KTM's track—is this the future of freeride
bikes? Ronnie pushes the Freeride E even further at the famous X Bowl Arena
motocross track. See how it performs in some serious conditions.
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Gomi Style - Electric Motorcycle Conversion
A Honda Rebel motorcycle is converted to a zero emissions electric chopper.
Made the Gomi way, with mostly found and scavenged materials, we make a
street legal commuter bike perfect for San Francisco.
48 volt electric motorcycle RancTek
1980 750 motorcycle coverted to a 48 volt Etek electric vehicle. Cost of
the used bike, $350. Cost of the eparts, batteries, wiring and safety
items, $2,700 to install and fabricate. Riding around silently, and
recharging at home, priceless!!!
Thanks to my buddies, Josh, Jeff, Doug, Nick, Bornstein for the help. Son
Mike, friend Mike, (CheeGaw) all the great guys at Lane's, Hackett's,
Lowes, WalMart, Advanced Auto for the Optima's, B&L, Automatic Dist, and
special thanks to "Rocket", Lance, Corey. Motor, contactor, controller from
Electric Motorsports, Charger main battery pak, Batterystuff. Extra
special thanks to my "love muffin", Kristy.
Who puts up with Ranc Tek in her garage parking space...and Nephew Darrin,
video Guru and avid gamer and Gordon Freeman look alike....thanks so
New inventions on the board at Ranc Tek coming soon.......
Dual Motor Electric Vehicle Drivetrain With Powerglide 2 Speed Transmission Walkthrough by EV West
Here's a brief 10 minute video that gives a nice overview of the EV West 2
speed Powerglide transmission that runs without a torque converter direct
drive to 2 coupled Warp 11 motors. Depending on the voltage and current,
these twin motors can put out well over 1000 lb/ft of torque, and 600+ horsepower. We used
this motor and transmission combination to power our BMW M3 to the summit
of Pikes Peak in 2012 setting an all time record for street legal electric
cars. The strength and reliability of this system is key. For more
information regarding this bolt in drive train, please visit
http://evwest.com for the latest updates.
Brammo Enertia electric motorcycle
To read complete review go to" http://www.smalllinks.com/C0U
Brammo, in Ashland, Ore., will start selling its Enertia electric
motorcycle in select West Coast Best Buy stores in early August 2009.
The $11,995, Supermoto-style machine has a top speed of 55 miles per
hour, a 50-mile range and charges in 4 hours. Current federal tax
incentives include a 10% tax credit off the sales price and a
reimbursement of the sales tax; state incentives vary but are also