Brammo Enertia | Motorcycles catalog with specifications, pictures, ratings, reviews and discusssions - Part 2

MD Quick Rides: 2012 Zero S and Brammo Enertia …

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MD Quick Rides: 2012 Zero S and Brammo Enertia …

MD Quick Rides: 2012 Zero S and Brammo Enertia Gabe Ets-Hokin: At some point, we’ll have to stop saying “the electrics are coming,” and start saying “the electrics are here.” And I suspect we won’t realize when that moment has come and gone. We may already have passed it. Zero S ZF6 I didn’t think we were there until last week, when MD Contributor Alan Lapp and I spent a long afternoon cruising around San Francisco on a pair of battery-electric motorcycles, a 2009 Brammo Enertia and a 2012 Zero S ZF6. Let’s be clear: this is not a comparison test between these two vehicles. The Enertia is a four-year-old design, so in electric-vehicle terms the Zero has a huge technological ...

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Brammo Announces – Team Icon Brammo – for 2012 TTXGP Season Business Wire

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Brammo Announces – Team Icon Brammo – for 2012 TTXGP Season Business Wire

Brammo Announces – Team Icon Brammo – for 2012 TTXGP Season May 04, 2012 07:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time ASHLAND, Ore.–( BUSINESS WIRE )–Brammo Inc. is excited to announce that Icon will be its main sponsor for the 2012 race season. With 2011 National Champion Steve Atlas returning for another season, Team Icon Brammo will start its 2012 campaign this weekend, May 4-6, at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif. Since coming on the racing scene in 2009 at the iconic Isle of Man TT race, Brammo has shown a passion for developing a competitive electric motorcycle. After several years of hard work, Atlas brought Brammo its first professional championship on the 2011 Brammo Empulse ...

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2008 Brammo Enertia First Ride – Motorcycle USA

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2008 Brammo Enertia First Ride – Motorcycle USA

2008 Brammo Enertia First Ride Quiet is a relative term, and after a summer of testing screaming sportbikes and rumbling V-Twin cruisers, my current ride certainly fits the quiet bill. It’s so quiet that what I can hear is unusual: Tires on the road underneath as I sweep through a corner, suspension compressing over a pothole, pea gravel shooting out from under my tire… Did I just hear a bird singing! Squeezing the brakes to a halt from a 45-mph cruising speed, there is simply no sound on my stationary mount. An immediate 37 lb-ft of torque is waiting at the throttle, yet the bike makes no peep. “I can’t believe how quiet this is!” I cry, way too loud, using that not-quite-shouting ...

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On the Line: Brian Wismann of Brammo – The Man Behind the Enertia

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On the Line: Brian Wismann of Brammo – The Man Behind the Enertia

On the Line: Brian Wismann of Brammo – The Man Behind the Enertia Hot The future has arrived! You probably hear that almost daily now with the continuing march of technology in the constantly moving world in which we all live. The future we are looking at here, though, is the relatively new field of production electric motorcycles. To be fair, the current (pun intended) crop of offerings from today’s manufacturers are not the first such machines to be built. As early as the late 1860’s there were already several patents for two-wheeled vehicles designed to run on electric motors. In 1911 it is believed that many small manufacturers offered them for sale to the public, though exactly ...

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Brammo Enertia Texas Electricity

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Brammo Enertia Texas Electricity

Three Great Electric Motorcycles For A Range Of Budgets Electric vehicles, both automobiles and motorcycles, continue to make noticeable improvements in both performance and range. For motorcycles, the performance ability gains have been huge, although the gains in range have not been enough to widen their appeal. People want emissions-free vehicles. and they want to pay as little per mile as possible. It may be a while, however, before electric bikes knock their gas-powered cousins out of the top spot. Creating an electric bike that really sells and turns a profit is much harder than one might imagine, according to the New York Times. They can compete in performance, but range and price ...

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Gas 2 Bridging the gap between green heads and gear heads.

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Gas 2 Bridging the gap between green heads and gear heads.

Diesel Motorcycle Coming to the US … as a Buell? Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Earlier this month, India’s Hero motorcycles introduced its RNT diesel motorcycle to the world. Powered by a 150 cc turbocharged diesel, the high-utility bike promised a high-MPG, biofuel-capable future to millions (if not billions) of people in southeast Asia … and all we could do, stateside, was wonder: Would we ever be able to get our hands on an RNT ? With this week’s big announcement that Hero’s 2013 bid to buy a major stake in Erik Buell Racing is a done deal coming on the heels of October’s news that Buell would be distributing ...

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Enertia: Can Brammo move product with this name? : The Name Inspector

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Enertia: Can Brammo move product with this name? : The Name Inspector

Enertia: Can Brammo move product with this name? Watch out! There’s a new electric motorcycle in town. It’s the Enertia . from Brammo. Yes, like the word inertia . but with an E, which The Name Inspector supposes stands for electric . So, electric + inertia . Inertia . Kind of an unusual word choice for a motorcycle, don’t you think? Inertia, as we all remember from physics class, is the tendency of a physical object to stay at rest or, if it’s in motion, to maintain direction and velocity until it’s acted upon by an external force. If you imagine a motorcycle in motion, you can think of inertia as a synonym for momentum . this thing will keep on going–just try to stop it! That ...

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2010 Brammo Enertia TTR – Motorcyclist Magazine

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2010 Brammo Enertia TTR – Motorcyclist Magazine

An Electrifying Gglimpse Into The Future Of Sportbikes They say: Validating the real-world performance of electric motorcycles. We say: Real-road racing at the Isle of Man TT is a bold proof of concept! They say: Validating the real-world performance of electric motorcycles. We say: Rea Riding a motorcycle is often described as flying without leaving the ground, and no other sentiment as accurately describes a ride on Brammo’s all-electric Enertia TTR racebike. Soaring along at 80 mph, the utter peacefulness is remarkable. Speed masks the humming motor and whirring chain, so the wind flowing past your helmet is all you hear. There isn’t the slightest vibration or feedback from ...

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2010 Brammo Enertia Road Test Review- Brammo Electric Motorcycles

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2010 Brammo Enertia Road Test Review- Brammo Electric Motorcycles

2010 Brammo Enertia – Road Test Wind in your face, lure of the open road…and the hum of an electric motor? Electric vehicles are a polarizing subject, rife with environmental, political and technical whoop-de-doos. Advocates insist electricity is the wave of the future for transportation, claiming enhanced performance, reduced emissions and lower maintenance. Opponents argue that EVs are costly, short on range and will require a new refueling infrastructure. To this debate comes the Brammo Enertia. Statistics published a decade ago by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration claimed that nearly 80 percent of the U.S. population lives in “urban” areas with at least 50,000 ...

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Brammo Motorsports Enertia Electric American Motorcycle Automobiles…

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Brammo Motorsports Enertia Electric American Motorcycle Automobiles…

Motorcycles: Positive Charge MAY 01, 2008 The bicycle jockey was working so hard at being good. Perspiring profusely, he downshifted and then stood up to grind his pedals as he approached the Broadway Bridge in Portland, Ore. I waved and smiled while I shot past him on the Enertia, an electric motorcycle that eliminates the guilt from vehicular pleasure. It is a mean, green, silent machine from Brammo Motorsports, the Oregon company that produces the Ariel Atom track/street bullet. Brammo claims that the Enertia produces one-sixth of the amount of emissions that the Toyota Prius does. Like the Ariel Atom, the Enertia is lightweight and quick. It can exceed 50 mph and has a range of 35 to ...

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