This is the dumbest and best thing I’ve seen anyone do with an electric vehicle.
Iconic American motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson has been touting the “LiveWire” electric bike concept around for years. But only recently has the company committed to a timeline on production of anything like it.
The sound of a motorcycle is part of what makes a motorcycle, a motorcycle. It’s a key strand of DNA and if it were to go missing, what would that be like? Is it safe? Would anyone even want one?
The U.S. military has been talking about “stealth motorcycles” for years. As of this month, two tech outfits have what seem to be viable prototypes that will both be funded for another revision.
Michael Czysz, motorcycle racer and designer of several revolutionary bikes through his MotoCzysz company, died Saturday following a long battle with a rare form of cancer, reports Roadracing World. Czysz was 52.
There's a difference between building a motorcycle in your shed and bringing an electric hyper-bike to market. Lighting is somewhere in between. They've got racing victories and investment and what seems like solid tech, but there's still a "guy in a garage" vibe that doesn't mesh with my survival instincts at 200…
E-bikes are much-maligned by the cycling community and non-riders alike. They're for lazy people. They're so ugly and clunky looking. But Specialized has come up with an answer for both crowds. You will want to hate the Turbo. You will fail.
Chip Yates! The name oozes "adrenaline freak," doesn't it? Or maybe "a capella group alumni chairman." Regardless, the SWIGZ team's driver recently pushed a 241HP electric bike to 190MPH from a standing start in under 30 seconds—and strapped a camera to his helmet to prove it.
They may not get far when it comes to football, but the Huskies will be able to travel at least 25 miles on small electric bikes provided by the school. The University of Washington has partnered with a company calledIntrago to provide approximately 40 electric bikes at four charging stations around campus for faculty…