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Mission Motors To Unveil the Mission R At The Longbeach International Motorcycle Show

Mission Motors will be unveiling their new Mission R electric superbike at the Longbeach International Motorcycle Show on December 17th, 18th and 19th. Little is currently known about the Mission R however we can reasonably expect it to be an engineering tour de force capable of matching or surpassing anything currently available. Lanjut →

Mission Teases The Mission R Electric Superbike

Mission Motors continues to tease images of their upcoming Mission R electric superbike. Expected to be ready for the 2011 racing season the Mission R (silhouetted below) is set to provide some serious competition for the electric MotoCzysz EP1C as the race to build the fastest electric race bike heats up. Lanjut →

Electric Tron Light Cycle – Now Available

If your childhood was anything like mine, you probably spent a fair amount of time dreaming of the day, far off in the future, that you could buy a Tron Light Cycle and use it as your daily driver. Well, that day is here. 2010 has now officially become the future. Only 5 of these bikes will be built and the purchaser will have the option of selecting either a high performance all electric drive-train or a high performance gasoline engine/transmission. There will be one built in each colour and the Parker Brothers swear they will build 5 and 5 only, to ensure the value doesn’t decline for the 5 people ready to spend Lanjut →

MotoCzysz Wins The 2010 TT Zero

American electric motorcycle builder MotoCzysz has taken the top step of the podium at this year’s TT Zero race in the Isle of Man, they almost claimed the first ever 100mph lap (average speed) for which the Isle of Man government offered a £10,000 prize for the first team that hits the mark on an electric motorcycle. MotoCzysz recorded an average lap time of 96.82mph over the 37.7 mile course setting a total time of 23:22.89 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 →

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