Day: March 24, 2021

Best New Electric Motorcycles Taking Charge in 2021: A Buying Guide

The Volcon Grunt isn’t your typical motorcycle. It has cartoonishly blown-up rubber tires and a single cyclops-like LED headlight. It’s not a cruiser or street racer. In fact, it’s not even legal for street riding.

But with a top speed of 60 mph, and an electric motor that its maker says can go 100 miles on a charge, what it can do is take you deep into nature and back, almost silently. The target market for the $5,995 Grunt is less easy riders than it is hunters, hikers, anglers, birdwatchers, and other adventure seekers.

Says Andrew Leisner, the chief executive officer of Austin, Texas-based Volcon: “This is a motorcycle not designed for motorcyclists.” 

The same, it seems, can be said of many of its competitors. After almost two decades of electric cars, there’s a boom in electric motorcycles of all shapes and sizes. There are neighborhood commuter bikes, backwoods bikes,

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Triumph TE-1 electric motorcycle project shares key updates, new design

Triumph has continued slowly clawing its way forward on the development of an electric motorcycle platform known as the TE-1.

It began way back in February of 2019, when the company started polling its customers on their interest in electric motorcycles.

Of course the UK-based motorcycle manufacturer was already behind the times, as studies have shown over 50% of riders are considering switching to electric motorcycles. Young riders are leading the wave of motorcycle electrification.

Better late than never, Triumph began making progress on its own electric motorcycle project, known as the Triumph TE-1.

Now we’re getting our first look at the concept electric motorcycle as the company shares more details on the project.

The project is apparently a large partnership with Triumph playing one of several shared roles in the development process.

The motorcycle manufacturer has been joined by Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) to

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Sen. Mike Regan undergoes surgery after Sunday motorcycle crash

Pennsylvania State Sen. Mike Regan underwent surgery Monday, following a motorcycle crash in Franklin Township the previous day, according to his chief-of-staff and police.

Regan, 59, R-Carroll Township, was taken to Hershey Medical Center for injuries to his legs, said his Chief-of-Staff Bruce McLanahan.

About 9:38 a.m. on Sunday, Regan was riding a motorcycle southbound on South Mountain Road when he entered a curve in the road and crashed near Hickory Road, Northern York County Regional Police Lt. Gregg Anderson said.

Regan’s motorcycle careened into the northbound lane, where it struck a small van. No one in the van suffered any injuries, Anderson said.

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McLanahan said Regan was wearing a helmet and is an experienced rider.

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