Brammo Grabs $28 Million From Polaris And Others To Power Development…

Rubric: interesting | 15 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Brammo Grabs $28 Million From Polaris And Others To Power Development…
Brammo Grabs $28 Million From Polaris And Others To Power Development…

Brammo Grabs $28 Million From Polaris And Others To Power Development Of Electric Vehicles iPhone App Downloads Dropped In September, iPhone 4S Anticipation Pegged As Culprit TechCrunch readers may remember Brammo as the Oregon-based designer and manufacturer of all-electric motorcycles (and the battery technology and software that powers them), or as the makers of the bike one Mike Arrington was driving around the conference center at Disrupt NYC this year, whereupon he was almost removed from Disrupt by security. Later, in conjunction with Brammo CEO (And Disrupt Speaker) Craig Bramscher, Arrington gave the motorcycle away to one lucky mother of a marine . Back in 2008. Brammo raised its ...

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Test Ride: Brammo Enertia – PNW Riders

Rubric: interesting | 11 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Test Ride: Brammo Enertia – PNW Riders
Test Ride: Brammo Enertia – PNW Riders

I Ride . ’95 Yamaha XT350 Test Ride: Brammo Enertia This isn’t some link posted from someplace else. This is a real hands on by a forum member. I am the fourth (non-Bremmo) person to ride, and the apparent land speed record holder. I heard through Hell for Leather (the online mag) that they were going on sale this weekend and that test rides were being offered. I decided to check it out. I’ve been interested in the electric bike movement, since I used to do electric R/C car racing and it’s pretty much the same thing. No deposit is required, just insurance, a valid moto license. They have some gear provided, but it’s limited in size at this time. After about ...

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2010 Brammo Enertia Review –

Rubric: interesting | 5 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on 2010 Brammo Enertia Review –
2010 Brammo Enertia Review –

A real electric motorcycle coming to a Best Buy near you Photos by Fonzie and Jeff Cobb It won’t wheelie and doesn’t like doing burnouts, but the Brammo Enertia will nevertheless produce grins even for experienced motorcyclists. Maybe in part it’s the novelty of such a quiet-riding machine. Instead of a tuned exhaust barking a staccato note from a high-compression engine, the Enertia’s whirring 72-volt, brushless DC motor and 428 gauge DID chain and sprockets are practically all you hear other than the wind rushing past your helmet. Have we already been prepped for this day? For decades since the Jetsons and Star Trek, innumerable Hollywood sci-fi movies have hammered into our collective ...

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