Where Electric Motorcycles Are Today & Why They’re the Future

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By Wade Thiel

As you’ve probably noticed, we’ve covered a lot of news about electric motorcycles lately. These bikes used to be a rarity in motorcycle news, but today they’re everywhere. It seems there’s always a new teaser up, an interesting concept, or some new developments to report on.

With all the electric motorcycle noise out there, it can be tough to keep everything straight. You might feel lost in all of the upcoming news, so I thought it best to discuss in more detail where electric motorcycle technology is currently at, where it’s going, and to a certain extent talk about what you can expect.

One thing is for certain, electric motorcycles are the future. With the way current emissions standards are and the performance capabilities of an electric motor, I don’t see how anyone could think electric motorcycles won’t be the future of the industry.

That doesn’t mean internal combustion motorcycles will disappear altogether anytime soon. The internal combustion engine will soldier on for many more decades. People are comfortable with them, they’re affordable, and they make really beautiful noises and provide sensations electric motorcycles can’t.

With that said, there will come a time when the majority of motorcycles sold have a battery and a motor instead of a gas tank and an engine.

We’re not there yet, though, so let’s look at where electric motorcycles are at today.

What’s Up With Electric Motorcycles Today?

The world of electric motorcycles is getting extremely interesting. There’s a lot going on in terms of technology and who’s building what. Here’s where things currently stand.

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As of right now, traditional motorcycle companies and new upstarts are trying to gain footing with electric bikes.

In Japan, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha teamed up to work on swappable battery …read more

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