Brammo Enertia TTR hits the road

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Brammo_Enertia_TTR_Action.jpgBefore packing it off for the Isle, the team had time to take the Brammo Enertia TTR out for a shake down test on the roads around its Oregon HQ. Craig Bramscher, the company’s CEO has said, “Our goal is to be the best handling bike and the one that goes through the curves the fastest so we’ve got the highest average speed.” The TTR has a 90mph top speed, likely a fair bit lower than the Mission One or the MotoCzysz E1pc. It’s a shame then, that this video doesn’t really capture any extreme feats of handling prowess and instead exaggerates speed with low cameras and wide lenses. We’ll get a better idea of the performance during TTXGP testing next week.
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  • http://www.e-bkr.com Martin

    I think it would be better to compare the Electric Motorsport modded GPR-S to the Brammo. E-Motorsport has said an average of 76mph would like to be achieved by their rider and team over the lap of IOM. Which is not far off of Brammo’s 90mph top speed..

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  • http://matthewabate.wordpress.com Matthew

    This video totally makes me want one, which I think is the bigger goal.