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.
Like any proud papa, Jean-Pierre Legris, Lito’s founder and president, enjoys talking about his kids.
More details on KTM’s electric supermoto.
Zero made a splash last year with the introduction of the Zero
Being a small company in the ever-advancing electric motorcycle world, Brammo has the ability to adapt quickly.
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.