Six-Time Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Champion, Greg Tracy, will race the electric Amarok P1A in this year’s event. Designed by HFL contributor Michael Uhlarik, the P1A adds lightness to the electric motorcycle formula.
Making 80bhp and weighing less than 330lbs, the Halifax-made Amarok P1 takes a totally different approach to to other electric racers. Designed by HFL contributor and general clever person Michael Uhlarik, the P1 is all about handling. Here’s a look … Continued
On November 5, Mr. Frederick Seidel, respected poet and writer asked the question “Is the iPhone Replacing the Motorcycle?” and expressed his view about the decline of the motorcycle as an object of desire among the youth of today’s America. … Continued
Over 150 people entered the contest to design Amarok-Agni racing a new triple clamp. So many good entries, in fact, that Michael Uhlarik and the Amarok crew had a hard time picking a winner. As such, they’ve prepared a list … Continued
This week, Harry Mallin asked, “what’s wrong with electric motorcycle racing?” in response to the inconsistent grid numbers, indifferent public and wildly misplaced expectations of enthusiasts. His well written and researched editorial postulates reasons for this disappointment and suggests possible … Continued
Michael Uhlarik’s 325lbs Amarok P1 is one seriously sexy electric motorcycle, with one exception: the current tripleclamp is re-purposed from a late-model Kawasaki. If you’re an engineer or a CAD technician, you can help fix that and win an iPad … Continued
Two weeks ago, HFL contributor and motorcycle designer Michael Uhlarik showed you the first images of his new motorcycle, the Amarok P1 TTXGP competitor. Unlike most other electric racers, it’s pursuing a radically reduced weight over high power output and … Continued