“sealed liquid-cooled DC brushless dual axial gap motor, wireless throttle, Cantilevered Independent Dynamic Linkless Indispension (CDLI) …”
and what looks to be a decal instead of an actual headlight (hey, brammofan, give them some slack. It’s a prototype), packaged up as a dirt bike that will be street legal and freestyle-ready. The video teaser does indeed show a few tricks – wheelies and stoppies. One wonders what a real stunt driver like Susan Purkiser might do if she got her hands on one of these. Significant damage to the bike or to surrounding property, no doubt. (Note: Susan may soon have an opportunity to test drive the Enertia, according to twitter conversations. Brammo CEO Craig Bramscher may want to look at this, first).
The Shocker is not a commuter-friendly bike, however. In the first moments of the video (0:38), the rider almost has to go on tip-toes to hike his leg over the seat. The Enertia is much lower, much friendlier to people of shorter stature. But the suspension . . . errrr . . . the “indispension” of the bike is interesting to observe nevertheless, and we hope to see more out of this Nevada-based company.