DGM Electicross News, June 29, 2012

Brammo and VA Tech win TTXGP at Portland Raceway, after MotoCzysz pulls out

This weekend the TTXGP electric motorcycle race series came to Portland International Raceway, for not only electric motorcycle racing action, but as a showcase for green technologies, and green transportation choices. As a first in the TTXGP series, the racing event included a companion event named EV LIVE which gave an opportunity for several Portland area businesses in renewable energy and clean transportation to showcase their products and services. Read more.

Oregon’s Electric Vehicle Industry Green and Growing

PORTLAND, Oregon, June 25, 2012 (ENS) – Drive Oregon is offering over $145,000 to advance electric vehicles in the first round of its new Matching Grant Program. A nonprofit public-private partnership in the state on the U.S. Pacific coast, Drive Oregon is funded in part with Oregon State Lottery Funds. Drive Oregon’s mission is solely to grow, support and promote the state’s electric vehicle industry. Read more.


Brammo takes the win and is joined the podium by newcomers Virginia Tech BOLT racing and Veteran Ely Schless… Read more

Zero Motorcycles Releases “Going Electric”

Zero Motorcycles, the global leader in the electric motorcycle industry, today announced the release of “Going Electric” – an indepth look at the continually evolving world of electric motorcycles. Read more.



DGM Electricross News for June 20, 2012

Zero Motorcycles Partners with etnies


Dow Kokam batteries to power electric motorcycle past speed record

Hollywood EMX bringing more than just electric motocross experience to Vegas

Electrifying stuff on the Isle of Man

Motorcycle Industry Council Develops Protocol to Help Determine Range of Electric Motorcycles

Igniting Electric Vehicle Enthusiasm Through Racing

Electricross news for May 25, 2012

The Motorcycle Transformed From Recreation Vehicle Into High-Tech Energy Solution

via PSFK: http://www.psfk.com/2012/05/high-tech-energy-motorcycle.html#ixzz1vvx2wKgX
Cops Go Electric, Too – Check out the Zero DS Bike


Zero Motorcycles Offering First 25,000 Miles of Electricity Free