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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 Enertia Wins Best Electric Motorcycle of 2010 Award

The Brammo Enertia has won the Electric Motorcycle of the Year category in an annually published list of motorcycles on The MOBO Awards are only in their second year but have become very popular across the two-wheeled web and are widely quoted by winning manufacturers. This year saw Brammo beat Zero to the punch with their much loved Enertia model, I had personally thought that the Zero DS or Brammo Empulse would take the award this year but it’s good to see the venerable Enertia still winning fans. The runner up for 2010 was the Native S, an electric motorcycle from a small California based manufacturer that beat out MotoCzysz to be the first US manufacturer to win the Isle of Man since 1911. Lanjut →

Best Buy To Sell Electric Cars

Best Buy (NYSE: BBY) North America’s largest electronics retailer has announced plans to begin selling electric cars from its stores across the United States. The chain of retail outlets is already selling Brammo Enertia electric motorcycles along side its flat panel tvs, computers and other assorted electronic consumer goods and it will be interesting to see how the retail giant sets about adding electric cars sales to its
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The Brammo Enertia

The Brammo Enertia is designed as an urban commuter and it fulfills that role relatively well. It’s recent price drop from $11,995 to $7,995 USD will go a very long way towards encouraging adoption, especially with the news that the bikes are eligible for a 10% federal tax credit dropping the price further to $7,195 USD. The bike features a very clean design, it almost looks like it could have rolled out of Apple Computers Cupertino Headquarters, with surprisingly high quality components (Brembo brakes,¬†Marzocchi forks and¬†Elka shocks) and a relatively light weight at 324 lbs / 145 Kg the Enertia is well known for its ease of use (there are no gears and no clutch to bother with). Lanjut →

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