If you want to prove that an electric vehicle is fast and grunty, there’s nothing like winning an uphill road race. Against petrol cars.
The evolution of electric motorcycles is happening before our eyes, with control systems and battery designs the final barriers to yet more power and speed.
A website and Facebook page called “Energy in Australia” has emerged over recent months. If you ever wanted an example of “fake news” loaded with myths masquerading as facts, here it is.
Who knows what EV nightmare Craig Kelly had over Christmas, but clearly it spooked him. Let’s compare his claims with real word facts.
It’s been almost 5 years since I swapped from a petrol engined motorcycle to an all electric Zero. Since then I’ve travelled 32,767km at an average cost of 1.5c per km.
Are electric bikes just an early adopter pipe dream? Are they decades away from dominance?
It has been argued that the CSIRO’s report was “a stitch up” for renewables, and very obviously designed to downplay the benefits, even though almost every scenario the role of renewables resulted in benefits..
Ted Dillard’s must read book about the history of electric motorcycles has captured a much wider and more profound story.
Australia’s solar pioneers gather to mark 25 years in industry. “We set out to change the world and it is now unassailably and permanently changed.”
The Kramer experiment – flying through the air on sweet winding roads on our Zeros, and our 100% electric motorbike trip.