Aaron Gobert talks Brammo TTR

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brammo-enertia-ttr.jpg“Without any centrifugal forces — the flywheel, the crankshafts — and all these things a gas motor has, it’s incredible just to hop on it in complete silence and no vibration and it actually handles really well,” described Aaron Gobert after his first on-track experience with the Brammo TTR. Click through for a video of the former AMA Superstock champion’s impressions on riding Brammo’s TTXGP racer.  >

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  • robotribe

    I can see the Geek Squad pickups with wheel chocks now. Maybe they’ll use those cheesy electric scooters from Pep Boys as pit bikes.

    (Good stuff. Please keep the TTXGP updates coming.)

  • http://korider.com/ skadamo

    Very cool. Love the thoughts on minimal rotating mass and it’s affect on handling. “No vibration, feeling the rubber”. Cool.

    So what is the story with Gobert and Brammo? He says: “It’s getting a lot better”. Is he helping with TTXGP testing? Does not sound like he simply invited to ride the bike. Must be more to the story.

  • http://matthewabate.wordpress.com Matthew

    I can’t wait for electric bikes to hit the floors. Can’t wait can’t wait can’t wait! Every one of the TTXGP teams is doing something cool as hell so there’s no excuse for these things to stay niche for much longer.

  • g.romay

    The killa cycle can do 0 to 60 in 1 second! I just cant imagine that, its just incredible, 1 second, you know what that is, 1 second, its literally a rocket. well thats just a drag bike, but that always got me thinking what an electric sport bike could be capable of, I think all this sound very interesting. 1 second to 60….