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An electric flat tracker rises from the ashes of Alta

Elegant is not often a word used to describe electric bikes, but this pared-down tracker is both petite and beautiful. It’s from a new shop called Blatant Moto, based in the Dogpatch area of San Francisco—and the builders obviously know what they are doing. “We’re three ex-Alta employees,” says designer and co-founder John McInnis. “The same group that put together the Crapshoot, an Alta-powered drag bike.” That explains the pro level of thinking and finishing on this build, nicknamed ‘Th...
Tags: San Francisco, Motorcycles, John, Yamaha, Vinnie, Alta, Penske, Petersen Automotive Museum, Dogpatch, Brandon Dawson, Electric Motorcycle, John The, GEICO Honda, Biltwell, Electric Revolution, John McInnis


A new age of customizing: Fuller Moto’s Majestic ‘2029’

One of the most genre-smashing motorcycles of all time is the 1929 Majestic. It looked like nothing else on earth—a streamlined Art Deco torpedo, with hub-centered steering and sliding pillar suspension. Ninety years later, the French masterpiece is still casting its spell over custom builders. Bryan Fuller has just fallen under the influence, and created an extraordinary homage called 2029. The build is Fuller’s response to the unprecedented levels of change the moto industry is experienc...
Tags: Motorcycles, Atlanta Georgia, Pugh, CNC, Steve West, Fuller, Bryan Fuller, Electric Motorcycle, Fuller Moto, Bryan Heidt, Bobby Haas, Haas Moto Museum, Oerlikon, Nick Pugh


Racer-X: Testing the limits of electric motorcycle design

Electric motorcycles tend to look strangely conventional. Even the oddball $60,000 Curtiss Zeus has a ‘tank’ and a seat where you’d expect them to be. So although the powertrains are revolutionary, the designs tend to be evolutionary. And we’ve often wondered why. Perhaps motorcyclists are just too conservative? Mark Atkinson, the bike builder and machinist who built the incredible BMW ‘Alpha’ Landspeeder, has pondered this question too. And he’s just created this extreme e-bike to find ou...
Tags: Motorcycles, Arduino, Bmw, Kim, Nissan, Mark, John Sullivan, Mark Atkinson, Electric Motorcycle, Electric Revolution, Perdue University, Curtiss Zeus, Tom Burkland, Kim Lohstroh Young, Peterson Automotive Museum, Kaycee Landsaw Racer X


Harley-Davidson drops LiveWire electric motorcycle’s range, speed, charging time

Harley-Davidson traveled to the Geneva International Motor Show to release additional specifications about the LiveWire, its first electric model. The LiveWire has an urban range of up to 140 miles and takes 3.0 seconds from zero to 60 mph. The post Harley-Davidson drops LiveWire electric motorcycle’s range, speed, charging time appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Harley Davidson, Electric Motorcycle, 2019 Harley-Davidson LiveWire


It Looks Like a Kawasaki Electric Bike Is Moving Forward

New Patent Drawings Reveal Progress It would seem that Kawasaki has an electric motorcycle it’s working on. Visordown nabbed some patent drawings that show how the bike is progressing. In short, Kawasaki’s getting closer. There are two drawings that show some interesting things about the bike. The first shows a mostly complete motorcycle, or rather a simple drawing of one. It’s all there, what looks like a battery and electric motor, handlebars, etc. This suggests Kawasaki at least has a design...
Tags: Motorcycles, Kawasaki, Electric Motorcycle, Motorcycle News, Visordown, Kawasaki patent, Kawasaki Electric


Huge Moto x Zero: An electrifying new design language?

The One Moto Show is a cornucopia of analog delights, gleaming with metalflake and raw, hand-beaten bodywork. But there was an interloper lurking amongst the chrome and carburetors: this futuristic Zero from Huge Moto of San Francisco. As soon as the Zero was revealed, it starting popping up everywhere on social media. So we dropped a line to Huge Moto’s boss, Bill Webb, to get the story on this surprise hit—and the very 21st century design process. “Zero reached out to us a couple years ...
Tags: Facebook, Motorcycles, Portland, Bill, Bruce Lee, Cad, Husqvarna, Moto, Electric Motorcycle, Honda CBR, Shinko, Zero HQ, Huge Moto, Huge Moto of San Francisco, Bill Webb, Brian Wismann Zero


DeBolex gives the Energica Eva a classic spin

A week ago , Ducati’s lead designer told Digital Trends that “Electrification will change bike design more than it will change car design.” We’re not so sure of that. Motorcyclists are an inherently conservative bunch—especially older folks with the cash to splash on a new toy. We’d be happy if future electric motorcycles followed the lead of this amazing Energica, remodeled by England’s deBolex Engineering. The project was kickstarted by Gareth Maxwell Roberts, the director of the documen...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, England, London, US, Motorcycles, Ducati, Eva, PAUL, Gareth, Alcantara, Calum, Brembo, Digital Trends, Des, Magura


Lightning Motorcycles Teases Strike’s Riding Position

It’s a Bit More Upright If you were worried that the Lightning Motorcycles Strike was going to have the same super-hunched riding position that the superbike has, then you can breathe easy. It will have a more upright riding position than the company’s LS-218. This is good news. While the LS-218’s riding position is right for that particular bike, the mainstream Strike that Lightning Motorcycles will put out should be a little more relaxed so it can be used as an everyday bike. We’re not talkin...
Tags: Motorcycles, Strike, Electric Motorcycle, Motorcycle News, Lightning Motorcycles, Lightning Strike


Are These Onyx Electric Mopeds the Perfect Urban Commuter Bikes?

Pedals and Electric Power Mopeds were popular machines in the 1970s and 80s, but over time the bicycle/motorcycle bike fell out of style. Now, they’re quite uncommon. You see either scooters or motorcycles, but the pedal moped is a rarity on the road. That may change in the future thanks to ONYX Motorbikes. ONYX Motorbikes got its start where many good ideas go, Indigogo. After raising about $1 million, Tim Seward, the founder of the company, and his team have delivered on some truly attractive...
Tags: Motorcycles, Electric, Tim Seward, Electric Bike, Onyx, RCR, Electric Motorcycle, Motorcycle News, Moped, ONYX Motorbikes, Onyx Electric Mopeds, Electric Power Mopeds, Tomos Golden Bullet


Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle debuts at CES

It may have taken five years, but Harley-Davidson’s vision for the electric motorcycle market is here and ready for pre-order. First conceptualized with a prototype in 2014, the production-ready model made its European debut at the Milan press conference of the EICMA show last November and appeared again at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in early January. The company reports that deliveries on the sleek, speedy ride will ship in the fall, 2019 and the price tag will be $29,79...
Tags: Design, Technology, Milan, Ces, Las Vegas, Bright Ideas, Electric, Charging, Battery, Harley-davidson, Motorcycle, Consumer Electronics Show CES, Electric Motorcycle, CES2019. CES


Lightning Motorcycles Teases Its Second Model, the Lightning Strike

A New Electric Motorcycle for the Masses While the LS-218 electric motorcycle from Lighting Motorcycles is a high-dollar item designed for high-speed racing, the company’s second bike should be more pedestrian. The company just released a teaser for its new motorcycle called the Lighting Strike.  Lightning Motorcycles claims its new bike will “shock the industry in every dimension.” It shared only a few stats for the motorcycle and didn’t give us a full look just a couple of headlights. Accordi...
Tags: Motorcycles, Strike, Lightning, Harley Davidson, Harley, Electric Motorcycle, Motorcycle News, Lightning Motorcycles, Lightning Strike, New Electric Motorcycle, Lighting Motorcycles, Lighting Strike Lightning Motorcycles


NOVUS Shows Off It’s Electric Carbon Motorcycle

Making the Harley LiveWire Look Inexpensive NOVUS, a German electric motorcycle company, revealed its new electric motorcycle at the Consumer Electronics Show. While there’s plenty of stuff to talk about, let’s hit the big thing first. It costs a whopping $39,500. If you thought Harley’s LiveWire was expensive … well, okay it still is. Forget the price for a moment and the NOVUS machine is actually pretty impressive. It features a sleek and artfully crafted carbon monocoque frame. This lightwei...
Tags: Motorcycles, Harley, Electric Motorcycle, Motorcycle News, Novus, Harley Livewire, Electric Carbon Motorcycle, NOVUS Electric


Can Harley-Davidson’s electric LiveWire convince hog riders to go green?

Harley-Davidson traveled to CES 2019 to release additional specifications about the LiveWire, its first electric model. The LiveWire has an urban range of up to 110 miles, and it takes 3.5 seconds to reach 60 mph from a stop. The post Can Harley-Davidson’s electric LiveWire convince hog riders to go green? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Harley Davidson, Electric Motorcycle, 2019 Harley-Davidson LiveWire


Cake Hopes to Sell 70,000 of its Electric Motorcycle Annually

An Off-Road Electric Motorcycle and a Commuter? Electric motorcycles provide zero emissions, instant torque, and plenty of opportunities from a design standpoint. Cake’s electric motorcycle is one of the more interesting out there. The bike targets off-road riders, but the CEO of Cake also sees it as the future of commuting. Stefan Ytterborn, Cake’s CEO sat down with Cycle World to discuss his company and where he’d like it to go. During this conversation, he said he’d like to see his company s...
Tags: Cake, Taiwan, Motorcycles, Electric Motorcycle, Motorcycle News, Electric Power, Stefan Ytterborn, Cake Kalk, Road Electric Motorcycle, Stefan Ytterborn Cake, Ytterborn, Future Cake, Europe The Cake


Harley-Davidson teases components and style of its electric LiveWire

Harley-Davidson released many but not all details for the all-electric 2019 LiveWire. Pricing and specifications won't be revealed until January 2019, but now we know its major components, and what the long-awaited LiveWire will look like. The post Harley-Davidson teases components and style of its electric LiveWire appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Harley Davidson, Electric Motorcycle, 2019 Harley-Davidson LiveWire


Enjoy the Silence: A KTM electric bike built for Schuberth

Electric motorcycles are gathering momentum, whether we like it or not. And customizers are slowly starting to discover the potential of e-bikes—which makes our job here way more interesting. But there’s one shop we’d never have pegged as early adopters: Urban Motor of Berlin. Peter Dannenberg and his crew have made a name for themselves building classy petrol-driven machines, using old school techniques. So this battery-operated whippet based on the KTM Freeride E is a literal volte-face. ...
Tags: Germany, Berlin, Motorcycles, Peter, KTM, Kellerman, Oberon, Electric Motorcycle, LSL, Schuberth, Urban Motor, Leon Laskowski, Peter Dannenberg, Windform LX, Sonja Wiese, Sven van den Brandt


Exact Sciences, Harley, Frontdesk & More: This Week’s WI Watchlist

Catch up on news from Wisconsin innovation’s community with these recent headlines:—Exact Sciences said Wednesday that it completed a lower number of its flagship diagnostic test, which screens patients test for colorectal cancer, during the three-month period ended June 30 than it had projected previously. The announcement sent shares in the Madison-based company lower in trading Thursday.Exact (NASDAQ: EXAS) said that in the second quarter, it completed about 215,000 tests of Cologuard, an at...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Kaiser Permanente, Cancer, Trends, Vc, Colorectal Cancer, Motorcycles, Electric Vehicles, Healthcare, Wisconsin, Airbnb, Biotech, Adorable, Madison, Stella


Ford tries to patent a car with autonomous electric motorcycle built in

Ford applied for a patent for an unexpected design, a car with an integrated electric-powered motorcycle. Ford's design lets the driver park the car outside the city and take the EV bike to their final destination. The post Ford tries to patent a car with autonomous electric motorcycle built in appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Ford, Patents, Electric Motorcycle, Multimodal Passenger Transportation Apparatus, Motorcycle in Car


Porsche Unveils Their Idea For An Electric Motorcycle

The sleek concept model, titled the 618 Two Wheels Project, is inspired by other Porsche designs
Tags: Trends, Porsche, Electric Motorcycle


Super 73 is the perfect bike-motorcycle hybrid for your urban commute

Super 73 is a clever ebike that fills the gap between the bike and the motorcycle. The best selling motor vehicle ever is the is a 49cc motorcycle, called the Honda Super Cub. It has out sold any car, and is used as the primary form of transportation to this day in many developing countries throughout the world. Super 73 fits in that same niche, but with a bunch of super handy details that make it the perfect way to get around your own town. The bike has 1000 watts of power packed into a stylis...
Tags: Design, Bicycles, Kickstarter, Green Technology, Electric Bike, Reader Submitted Content, Reader Submission, Kickstarter Campaigns, Electric Motorcycle, Bike Commute


One-of-a-kind electric ‘cycle cam’ bike helped film Deadpool’s flashiest scenes

A one of a kind 'cycle cam' helped film some of Deadpool's most exciting motorcycle chase scenes. About 150 pounds of equipment was mounted on a fully electric ZF9 motorbike so stunt driver Regis Harrington could capture the action on the road. The post One-of-a-kind electric ‘cycle cam’ bike helped film Deadpool’s flashiest scenes appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Film, Cars, Trends, Camera, Deadpool, Electric Motorcycle, Movies & TV, Cool Tech


When Tesla Tries Two Wheels

Tesla motors have been the toy of affluent early adapters but the release of the model 3 marks a new chapter in accessibility. The next step following the upcoming entry level electric just might be an e-bike! This Tesla motorcycle concept by designer Antonio Serrano sheds light on what we might expect should the brand ever attempt 2 wheels. An (as usual) aesthetically alternative display, essentially no front fairings or engine components, voronoi pattern headlights, and of course, no gearing a...
Tags: Tesla, Motorcycle, Ebike, Electric Motorcycle, Antonio Serrano


Harley-Davidson’s One Step Closer to Selling an Electric Motorcycle

Project LiveWire is headed for Europe. The post Harley-Davidson’s One Step Closer to Selling an Electric Motorcycle appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Europe, Autopia, Motorcycles, Electric Motorcycles, Harley Davidson, Electric Motorcycle