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Energica Ego – Billy’s Bikes

Energica Ego – Billy’s Bikes

Thank you, Billy!

“During the MotoGP calendar there’s also the FIM MotoE series, obviously for electric bikes only, well Energica ones to be more precise. They’ve been involved since 2019 with the electric bike new class, which is gaining momentum at an unrivaled pace. Indeed they’ll continue as the single manufacturer until 2022. All good to watch and be impressed by you say, but what if I wanted to own one for the road and visits to my local pub, seeing as ‘race’ bikes are for track use only?”

“Well I have the answer and this is it; the stunning Energica Ego that is basically their race bike for road use. Over 150hp and 200Nm +/- is what you get and every ride is as exciting as finding your first porn mag under your dad’s bed. An obscene amount of thrust is delivered in such a civilised fashion that I had no interest in anything with a petrol engine for the week the Ego was in my garage. I wouldn’t say it’s the best bike I’ve ever ridden, because that debate can be argued for many hours and is dependant on what you’ve been drinking, but the Ego is, without doubt, one of the most impressive.”

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MotoGP – The electric era is GO! | Facebook

MotoGP – The electric era is GO! | Facebook

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After The First MotoE Race, It’s Not The Present Of MotoE That Really Matters – It’s The Future

Sunday’s historic electric first MotoE race at a grand prix event was only the very beginning of EV motorcycle racingMotoGP’s first MotoE weekend was certainly historic. I’m 100 per cent certain that during the entire history of motorcycle grand prix racing there’s never been so many painful puns broadcast by commentators: the charge to the first corner was awesome, the racing was electrifying and there were plenty of shock overtakes. I could go on, but I’ll save you.

German Moto e 2019 Niki Tuuli leads
Seriously though, what to make of grand prix racing’s first-ever electric race? Well, it was a motorcycle race and if you had watched the shortened five-lap dash with the sound down you’d most likely never have guessed that the bikes were powered by electricity and not by gasoline. Riders crashed, tyres were smoked and there was plenty of bumping and barging. What’s not to like?Paddock opinion is split three ways about this new way of racing motorcycles around in circles: some people love change; others hate it and others don’t really care either way.

Source: www.rallystar.net