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Exclusive: Brammo Takes Hong Kong By Storm

Brammo made a significant appearance at the annual Hong Kong bike show yesterday, the massively popular Brammo bikes quite literally took the show by storm to the point I had to apply rugby scrum tactics to get through the crowd and get some pictures. When I got through the crowd of photographers the above image is the first thing I saw, I was of course immediately concerned that the ladies high-heel-shoes might scratch the Brammo Enertia’s paintwork… Lanjut →

Brammo Introduces the 2011 Brammo Enertia Plus

Brammo has been on a hell of a roll recently, they veiled the Brammo Empulse electric sportbike a little earlier in the year to a very warm reception and announcing that they would be working closely with electronics manufacturer Flextronics in a deal that would see Brammo’s electric motorcycles being mass produced and potentially coming down in cost by quite a margin. Brammo yesterday unveiled a new addition to its model line up, the 2011 Brammo Enertia Plus, essentially a reworked Enertia that now offers twice the range (80 miles vs 40 miles) as well as a slew of other tweaks and improvements. Lanjut →

Zero Motorcycles Gets $2,000,000 in Additional Funding

Zero Motorcycles has picked up an additional 2 million in funding for new power-train development, this could be the biggest hint yet that Zero is working on a competitor to the new Brammo Empulse. Currently Zero produces 4 models of electric motorcycles, all of them have offroad styling and rumours abound that Zero is hard at work on an Empluse beating road bike. Lanjut →

Brammo Going Global With Flextronics Partnership

Brammo is set to go global with their new Empulse electric motorcycle, announcing a partnership with electronics manufacturing giant Flextronics. You might never have heard of Flextronics as they don’t produce own-branded products, instead they build electronics for other companies like Apple, HP, Microsoft, Sony-Ericsson and Lenovo (to name a few). Lanjut →

Paolo De Gusti’s Big Battery Naked SE Design Concept

One day, not too far off in the future, we’ll have 3D printers and nano-robots capable of taking a CAD rendering like the example above and turning out a fully functioning final product. Until that day comes we will remain in our current position, coveting what we see on an LCD screen but knowing that we’ll probably never actually see one overtake us on the freeway. Lanjut →

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