Harley-Davidson announced March 1 that it has invested in Alta Motors, an electric motorcycle startup based in Brisbane, Calif. With Harley's equity investment (amount not reported), the two American companies will collaborate to create electric motorcycles.
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The new 2018 KTM Freeride E-XC is the second generation of electric-powered Freeride motorcycles, and it represents a revolutionary look into the future of off-roading.
The 2018 Zero Motorcycles lineup was unveiled, featuring three basic models. Its flagship electric bikes now get up to 223 miles from a single charge.
Energica Motor Company Inc., based out of San Francisco, has released a list of events through winter of 2017/2018, including appearances at IMS shows.
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Zero Motorcycles has recalled certain 2017 S ZF6.5, S ZF13.0, DSP ZF13.0, and SR ZF13.0 motorcycles due to turn-signal issues.
Vancouver Police Department in British Columbia, Canada, became the 100th fleet in North America to leverage Zero’s stealthy electric motorcycle lineup.
2017 Energica electric motorcycles have received some major power upgrades, and both the Eva and Ego are now Euro 4 compliant.
The 2017 Zero FXS Z6.5 shines when ripping around the industrial park and through neighborhoods, curb hopping the whole way.
Two of Italy's finest have combined to create a one-off custom electric-powered Italian café racer—the Apache Customs X Energica Midnight Runner.
Thrustcycle, based out of Honolulu, Hawaii, has unveiled its new self-balancing electric motorcycle prototype, the GyroCycle.
Zero Motorcycles is offering another incentive for purchasers of its 2017 electric motorcycles—a one-year American Motorcyclist Association membership.
The 2017 Zero Motorcycles lineup includes include 11 percent more power, 19 percent more torque, and the first production motorcycle to exceed 200 miles.
It’s impossible for me to curb my enthusiasm, so I’m going to blurt it out—I’m totally smitten by the new 2016 Zero FXS ZF6.5!