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.
For 2016, Zero dug into its own parts bin to offer the FX in supermoto trim direct from the factory.
When we tested the Zero SR, we wondered when its hot-rod motor and controller would appear on the DS.
I’m tucked in behind the bubble of an authentic Isle of Man TT racer watching numbers roll past 140 mph on the speedometer, but there’s
We’ve tested plenty of electric motorcycles over the years here at MO. In the process, we’ve been able to witness firsthand how rapidly e-bikes
While the Harley-Davidson LiveWire remains a long-term project, the Victory Empulse TT will be available later this year.
Harlan Flagg, Brandon Nozaki-Miller and Jeff Clark are pioneering the way for hot rodding electric motorcycles.
But how quick can Victory’s podium-finishing Isle of Man TT e-bike get down a quarter-mile dragstrip?
A closer look at the Alta Motors Redshift MX and SM models
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.