Do electric motorcycles need a Transmission? Ever since hearing about the Brammo’s plan to put a transmission on the Empulse, and biting my nails about my electric scooter climbing the steep hills on my commute, I’ve wanted the reassurance of a … Continue reading
Even before riding the Current Motor Super Scooter, there was a good reason to be in need of a way to operate a smartphone while riding a motorcycle. RAM Mounts, made by a Seattle company, give riders somewhere to attach … Continue reading
Doom and gloom for the electric company I just read an article that I would like to share with you, current and future electric vehicle operators. It talks about the possibility of a gloomy future for electric utilities. What would … Continue reading
http://www.zeromotorcycles.com/range/zero-s-2010/index.php Just came across the above link to a page on the Zero Motorcycles website describing their distance-to-empty tests in three different scenarios: highway riding, urban stop-and-go, and low-speed cruising. Other than some raw data and graphs, it talks about … Continue reading
Aggregation of electric motorcycle news: http://www.earthtechling.com/tag/electric-motorcycles/ Article: 6 Reasons Why 2013 May Be The Turning Point For Electric Vehicle Industry: http://seekingalpha.com/article/1043331-6-reasons-why-2013-may-be-the-turning-point-for-electric-vehicle-industry If you’ve read these already, how did you react? How do these articles change your mind about electric vehicles?
The SAE J1772 plug is used by many electric vehicles (e.g. Nissan LEAF, Chevy Volt, Mitsubishi MiEV, Toyota Prius plug-in, but not any Tesla vehicles) to connect to charging stations. This is the plug typically found on L2 (240V) charging stations. Electric … Continue reading
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