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The Roehr eSuperSport – eSuperBike RR

In what appears to be a red letter day for electric motorcycle model announcements Roehr have just announced the eSuperBike range capped off with the TTXGP race ready model, the RR. Roehr are offering 3 electric sports bikes, starting with the eSuperSport model with 48hp and a price tag of $16,965 USD. The next model in the line up is the eSuperBike with 96hp and a price tag of $27,595 USD and the TTXGP race ready bike is the eSuperBike RR with 96hp a price tag of $34,495 and a slew of built in features to make sure it is ready to rub shoulders with the top electric racing bikes in the world. Lanjut →

CRP Racing Unveil the eCRP 1.2

CRP Racing have just unveiled their 1.2 version of the eCRP electric racing bike with world champion Roberto Locatelli piloting the Italian bike around a Northern Italian circuit for the SkySports film crew and gathered onlookers. Details on what exactly lies beneath the fairing of the 1.2 are scarce but we’ll update with a press release as soon as it hits the wires. In the meantime, check out the pictures below or if you’re so inclined, head over to the CRP Racing site and place an order for one of your own. Lanjut →

TTXGP Round 2 – Elkhart Lake – Full Race Video

Here you go, as promised, the full race video of the recent TTXGP Round 2 race at Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. We have it on good authority that TTXGP have come to an arrangement with SPEED2 that’ll see races being streamed live over the web starting this summer. We’ll keep you updated as more info on this comes in. Lanjut →

TTXGP Round 2 Results – Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin

Round 2 of the TTXGP season is done and dusted, it was another brilliant race with the team at Lighting Motors taking the checkered flag with a fastest lap time of 2:57.689 and an average speed of 82.053mph. They were followed across the line by the previous race winners Agni Motors with a best time of 2:55.874 and a top speed of 82.900 mph, a smidgen quicker than the race winner. It’s great to see 2 women amongst the 7 riders with Zoe Rem taking second (on the Agni) and Jennifer Bromme placing 4th on the red Werkstatt Mavizen bike. Lanjut →

Charge – The TTXGP Documentary

Mark Neale is a British documentary film maker with a penchant for fast motorcycles. You might have seen “Faster”, a 2003 documentary about the MotoGP championship and the follow up 2006 film “The Doctor, the Tornado and the Kentucky Kid”. If you’re a motorcycle fan and haven’t seen either of these I recommend hitting Amazon or NetFlix and placing a couple of orders. Lanjut →

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