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‘s electric motorcyle, the Enertia, is to get some faster, stronger The company’s new Empulse Trio will feature bikes can take you an average of 60, 80 or 100 miles on a charge at speeds of up to 100 miles per The Enertia, in comparison, can only about 40 miles on a full

“We found there was a range issue with the 40-mile says Brammo CEO Craig

Although the Enertia model has available for about a year and a only a couple hundred are on the road. The company is working a few Best Buy stores in Los Angeles, San and Portland to sell and service the Bramscher said he plans to the company internationally, especially in and Asia, where the company soon hire sales and staff.

While the Empulse’s maximum range is too low for long distance it’s adequate for many and everyday driving. It does a motorcycle license, but most allow you to test on the bike, so you have to learn to shift while maneuvering a cone You can also skip regular maintenance costs, like tuning and oil changes, and stop about gas prices: a full will cost you about a

If you need a replacement part, the chain, tires and brakes can be with those of a standard

The bikes’ batteries can be charged at a Level 2 charging station, or any (Level 1) power outlet. you can plug in a laptop, you can plug in the Bramscher says.

Of course, need a little patience if plugging it into a regular A full charge will about seven to eight in contrast to the two-and-a-half to three-hour at a Level 2 charging station—but aren’t too many of those. If wondering where you might a Level 2 charging station, got an app for that.

The app (initially for the iPhone, with an version in the works) will a realtime display of nearby facilities. The Empluse also an iPhone port built the bike.

The Empulse Trio cost $9,995 for the 6.0, for the 8.0 and $13,995 for the 10.0 model a 100 mile range. All three are for federal and state tax incentives. is based in Ashland, Oregon and $12 million in its August 2008 A round.

Bramscher is gunning to raise $25 to $30 for a Series B within the next months.

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