The Victory Charger Could Be Polaris' First Electric Motorcycle

It's been less than a month since Polaris acquired electric motorcycle manufacturer Brammo, and the first fruits of that partnership may have been revealed in a trademark filing for the Victory Charger. » 2/04/15 1:30pm 2/04/15 1:30pm

​Why Polaris Just Bought Electric Motorcycle Maker Brammo 

Brammo is now part of the Polaris family. The Oregon-based electric motorcycle manufacturer has been totally consumed by the Minnesota powersports juggernaut in its latest bid to own all the things. But why Brammo and why now? » 1/16/15 4:13pm 1/16/15 4:13pm

An AMA Champ On Why Electric Bikes Are Awesome

When four-time AMA champ Eric Bostrom isn't running his fire-breathing Kawasaki in AMA Superbike, he's racing a Brammo Empulse R. With one foot in the past, another in the future, and nearly two decades of racing experience, he's a perfect arbiter of performance, and when it comes to electric bikes, he's sold. » 6/08/14 3:02pm 6/08/14 3:02pm

In This Electric Motorcycle Lies The Future Of Hoonage

I've seen the future, and it's a grim place for hoons like you and me. Cameras will monitor our speed. Congestion will reduce our opportunities to drive fast. Our own vehicles will report driver behavior back to the authorities. Hell, it's 2012 and it'd be socially unacceptable to enjoy our vehicles' performance even… » 8/30/12 2:00pm 8/30/12 2:00pm

Brammo Enertia Plus: 80 Miles Of All-Electric Power

If you loved the original Brammo Enertia, you'll love the new-for-2011 Brammo Enertia Plus. Brammo's newest 'cycle doubles the original's range to 80 miles of all-electric riding for just $8,995. » 10/19/10 9:00am 10/19/10 9:00am

This Electric Motorcycle Can Reach a 100 Miles Per Hour

Brammo's new electric motorcycle, the Empulse, is the big brother bike to the Brammo Enertia. Compared to other electric motorcycles, it's faster, lasts longer and still surprisingly affordable. Not to mention that it actually looks like a motorcycle. » 7/15/10 3:14pm 7/15/10 3:14pm

Brammo Enertia Electric Motorcycle Reduces Price To $7,995

Making the Tesla Roadster look even more ridiculous, the Oregon-made Brammo Enertia electric motorcycle just dropped its price from $11,995 to $7,995. How? They plan to sell 10,000 of them a year, that's how. » 11/11/09 9:30am 11/11/09 9:30am

One Of These Vehicles Is Powered By Electricity, Can You Guess Which…

Both the 2010 Toyota Prius and the Brammo Enertia are at the Gizmodo Gallery in SoHo this week. Can you figure out which one is powered by clean electricity and which one dirty dino juice? » 9/25/09 2:30pm 9/25/09 2:30pm

From Super Car To CUV: How The Nissan Rogue Got Its Name

Did you know the Nissan Rogue is responsible for funding the development of a cutting edge electric motorcycle? Even more interesting is why. You see, the name "Rogue" was initially intended for a V12 super car with 850 HP. » 7/02/09 3:00pm 7/02/09 3:00pm