The more we see and hear about the entrants for the upcoming TTXGP race at the Isle of Man, the more excited we are at the prospect of zero emissions electric motorcycles. One of the machines attracting the most attention is the MotoCzysz E1pc, which could potentially become the basis of a new range of electric motorcycles based on a single platform.
Last week, we were treated to a short video of the electric bike undergoing some shake-down runs on the dyno. At the time, the bike's electric motors were being powered by off-board batteries. Not any more. The latest posting at MC's official blog includes a new video clip of the bike on the dyno, and it now features a new proprietary battery pack.
From what we can see, it appears that the E1pc that's headed to the TTXGP will use three electric motors that get their power from 5 banks of batteries mounted on each side of a carbon fiber main frame. We don't have any specifics on power output or battery capacity, but the video clearly shows the E1pc run up to 120 miles per hour on the dyno in under 11 seconds. Oh, and it still sounds amazing.