Brammo’s Wismann on Range/Speed and Fairings Brammofan

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Brammo’s Wismann on Range/Speed and

Originally Posted by nathanabbott

do you know where I could data on the range to speed for the Enertia? Maybe a chart or you have? Otherwise, is there a way I can range at a given speed a rider who’s weight is similar to mine (190lbs)?

is there an easy way to mount an fairing on the Enertia? Does sell one as an accessory? You’ve already seen this but in case…

Thanks in advance for any you can provide. I think i’m going to buy an this week.


The has been designed for a rider of weight. Believe it or not, the weight for an American male is 190 We have a couple of test that regularly commute 30 one way into the office that 250+ lbs.

Dave Schiff, who joined me on the trip weighed around 190 lbs as

I don’t want you to feel this is a “cop out”, but we have this range you’re requesting for alot of Basically, the range of the bike is on so many conditions, that it be difficult to make it applicable to independent situation. The other is getting to a common understanding of speed”.

For instance, in true traffic (downtown Portland for you could get over 50 miles driving with or faster the flow of traffic all day. is because with the amount of and stops, your average over that ride be quite slow. Sustained driving is the worst case for an EV, the current draw is high AND depleting the batteries at a much rate.

In the scenario where a guy your hops on the bike and immediately it at 60-65mph on the interstate or freeway, I’d you’d be out of juice in about 20 based on testing we’ve here, albeit with the riders I was mentioning earlier. The 42 range that’s quoted on our is for a driving cycle specified by the EPA is neither this true cycle nor the “freeway EV destroyer I’ve described.

It attempts to a more average commute a suburban area in California both fast, sustained and starts and stops. I’ll a mental note to look it up and post the profile we’ve to.

This is getting long, but I want to be clear about one of the most important issues for vehicles. Another factor in all of is rider skill. But not just rider skill (although does help)… electric riding skill. I’m sure forum members can atest to but there is a certain finesse in application and braking that can have a significant impact on

For example, when we first put Roy on our Isle of Man race bike out at the test track, he only 30 miles of continuous riding at pace. The race course is miles long, so we were – how could our calculations of required capacity have been so far

Luckily, we made some about his riding style and application and instead of making adjustments to the bike, spent time with Roy describing we’d learned in testing on control and maintaining momentum staying off the brakes) through Roy went out the next day with knowledge and ran out of time at the end of the session 44 miles logged at race AND better lap times.

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I also noticed this with Dave on our Shocking trip. During the first of the journey, Dave would be the bike in (hence the famous run in the cops in Adrian, MI:…41/Y7T4ChCg7uo ) I would have plenty of to spare. We initially chocked up to rider weight differences, but by the end of the Dave was actually out performing me on on a charge!

He certainly had plenty of time to learn the bike and with the few tips I gave he was able to make a few minor to himself to get the most out of the bike. not to say that the bike’s not easy to or to learn to ride, it’s that – like anything – get the most out of it if you make yourself as well.

Regarding the fairing… Yes, you be able to mount a small like we did on this TTXGP bike quite awhile

This is a Triumph Thruxton with some minor I think the aero advantage was small…

A larger fairing the one you’ve referenced would be a significant challenge, but anything is with fiberglass and a little It would be rad if someone made an TTR replica with their

Go get your Enertia so I’m not the only one a bike on this forum! want to hear from customers! You won’t regret it. a … ride and now a …

In fact, it’s such a deal (now I’m really to get myself in trouble) that you should just buy the bike and use the for your conversion AND get the 10% Federal tax Ok, ok, I hope you don’t do that… I was kidding.

Let me know if you’ve got any questions.

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