YouTuber personality killed in electric scooter collision

LONDON, England – UK YouTube personality Emily Hartridge has died after what is believed to be the UK’s first fatal electric scooter crash. “This is a horrible thing to have to say over Instagram but we know many of you were expecting to see Emily today and this is the only way to contact you…

Electric Harleys: Two years’ free ‘fuel’ for American Easy Riders

RESTON, Virginia – Electrify America has signed an agreement with Harley-Davidson to provide owners of its first all-electric motorcycle, The Harley-Davidson® LiveWire™ with the per minute equivalent of 500kW hours of complimentary charging over two years through Electrify America rechargestations nationwide. LiveWire motorcycle customers who buy a bike assembled through August 2019 to end July…

Toyota i-ROAD: Done before – but maybe this one will catch on?

Weatherproof single-seater scoot from Toyota Lack of range and no pillion are going to cost sales Heating and sound system listed as optional extras GIVEN the new road taxes about to be introduced by the South African government and local authorities in South Africa, here’s a very sensible vehicle for the solo commuter – a…

Arc Vector: You’re looking at the future of motorcycling

Ground-breaking haptic ride-wear, connected  helmet Safest, most fulfilling, battery-bike experience yet It also has a ‘human machine interface’ PRETORIA, Gauteng – InMotion Ventures, Jaguar Land Rover’s venture capital fund, has revealed its investment in Arc, which today (Nov 6 2018) unveiled  the Vector – the world’s first fully-electric motorcycle. It also has a ”human machine…

Vespa goes electric: Production to start October 2018 (V)

First orders through online from October 2018 Piaggio sets new parameters for urban mobility First Piaggio Group product with machine-man connect MILAN, Italy – Piaggio will start production of its Vespa Elettrica scooter  in September (2018) at its Pontedera plant near Pisa, Italy, from where the first Vespa (Italian for Wasp) left the lines in…