Harley-Davidson offers free charging for its electric motorcycle

Harley-Davidson's first electric motorcycle will soon hit the roads, and while the LiveWire will have a longer range than first expected, at 140 miles of city driving on a single charge, you'll still need to hook it up to a charger once in a while. T...

Zero’s SR/F electric motorcycle makes a great commuter bike

Zero has been on a roll for the past few years. Great electric motorcycles keep coming off their assembly line and the number I see on the streets of Northern California keeps growing. Before, if you rode an electrified motorcycle you got stare...

BMW hints at the future of electric motorcycles with the Vision DC Roadster

BMW Motorrad has an electric scooter. The capable and fun C Evolution. An outstanding vehicle I had the pleasure of riding around on in LA. But as far as full-sized bikes go, Zero Motorcycles still rules that market while we wait for Harley-Davidson...

Zero’s SF/R electric motorcycle is quicker and now more connected

My riding companions ask me what type of ride I want to go on. "Aggressive or casual?" This is my first time on Zero's new SF/R motorcycle (starting at $18,995). It's a new design for the company. The motor is new. The controller unit and operating...

Honda’s big EV push now includes dirt bikes and scooters

Honda has shown an affinity for electric cars as of late, but what about the motorcycle crowd? Don't worry, you'll get your fix soon. The automaker has unveiled prototypes for both the CR Electric dirt bike (above) and the Benly Electric delivery s...

Harley’s LiveWire electric motorcycle will go farther than we thought

Harley-Davidson has been teasing environmentally conscious bikers with its electric LiveWire motorcycle since 2014. Now, with the bike set to ship this fall, the company has revised its original specs. At the Geneva Motor Show this week, Harley annou...

When Tesla Tries Two Wheels

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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 are just a few of the far-out features!

Designer: Antonio Serrano

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Rimac unveils greyp G12 electric bike with 75 mile range, 40mph top speed

Rimac unveils Greyp G12 electric bike with 75 mile range, 40mph top speed

Rimac's Concept One has been something of an enigma, but there's no doubting that the EV maker has just taken the veil off its latest product -- the greyp G12 electric bike. If you're not sure if looks like a motorbike, or regular bicycle, that's okay, because Rimac claims it's both. It can do 40mph (unassisted) with a pedal-free range of 75 miles, after that, you're on your own. With an alleged charge time of 80 minutes (from zero), from any regular power outlet, the G12 could be a winner with city dwellers looking to get about town. Other neat tricks include fingerprint activated ignition that allows different digits to trigger the bike's two modes -- street or speed -- with profiles for up to 50 users available. There's no official word on price or availability, but if you want to become a "dealer," you could expect to take delivery of one as soon as October for 6,000 euros (about $7,900). Pedal past the break for a video of the greyp doing its thing.

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