Electric Motorcycle Reviews
Electric motorcycles, though still in their infancy, are starting to gain a foothold in the marketplace. As costs start to come down and battery technology improves you’re likely to see more and more of these quiet two-wheelers on road and off. Smaller manufacturers are currently leading the electric motorcycle charge, but offerings from the major players are certainly on the horizon.
The world of electric sportbikes just got turned up a notch with the new production version of the Energica Ego.
We had the chance to get behind the bars of a new off-road electric prototype – the Daymak Beast.
On-board riding footage of the Harley-Davidson LiveWire and interviews with the key personnel behind the project.
Harley-Davidson sent shockwaves around the world when announcing its electrically-powered LiveWire.
Indications are Harley-Davidson will be building a production electric motorcycle named “Livewire.”
Monumental! That’s what this is. MO’s first electric vs. gas, head-to-head supermoto comparison.
In a stoplight-to-stoplight drag race, the Zero SR has a real shot at embarrassing behemoths like the Hayabusa.
What better place is there to test the electric Zero FX’s off-road chops than in the backyard of AMA Hall-of-Famer Scot Harden?
The Energica Ego is a strong attempt to take the electric sportbike to the next level.
Energica’s Ego is a bona fide sportbike that just happens to be powered by electricity.
The performance gap between electric motorcycles and gas bikes is quickly shrinking. Who is leading the charge?
In May we published on the Motorcycle.com news blog about Mission Motorcycles coming to market with a production