Amateur Day for Brammo fans

Empulse – game changer.

Finally, Brammo’s getting the recognition it deserves.  The recognition I give it day-in, day-out.  So, instead of writing my own rapturous review of the Empulse, (which will be coming, soon),  I’m going avoid further diluting the Empulse pool and will just keep tally of the sites that are currently falling all over themselves, covering the new bike(s).  Oh, and I’m sharing my picture album “Empulse”, which I’ll also be updating with new pics of the bike.

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Updated, beginning with July 16, 2010 (Empulse Day +1) : (and why is it that so many people have a problem spelling Empulse?

July 19 (Empulse Day +4)

July 20 (Empulse Day +5) (Thanks, Nikki!)

By the way — Just ordered mine from – GO FOR IT!



  1. #1 by Jon on July 15, 2010 - 10:10 am


  2. #2 by motoelettriche on July 15, 2010 - 10:26 am

    hi, I published the news in my italian electric motorcycles blog !!!

    • #3 by brammofan on July 15, 2010 - 10:39 am

      Grazie, Motoelettriche. I added your blog post to the list. Buona giornata!

  3. #4 by motoelettriche on July 15, 2010 - 10:42 am

    Buona giornata anche a lei , grazie!

  4. #5 by Russ on July 15, 2010 - 11:18 am

    WOW! That bike is hot!

  5. #6 by James Schipper on July 15, 2010 - 11:30 am

    That is gorgeous too.

  6. #7 by eric on July 16, 2010 - 2:20 pm


    Seriously, this is the bike I’ve been waiting for; good to great range, real highway usability, seriously cool styling. I’m going to start saving for this one… It really is a direct replacement for my aging Yamaha Seca II, except that it’ll probably accelerate faster, and definitely look cooler.

    Serious kudos to Brian Wisman on the styling; it’s nice to see someone figure out how to make electrics look cool, without having to hide the ‘guts’. I grew out of plastic-covered sportbikes long ago. Fairings are expensive to fix, even when the bike tips over in a parking lot.

    A question I’ve been thinking about since reading the press release; I wonder if someone could buy the 6.0, and later upgrade the battery pack, say in a couple of years? Figuring out an exchange/credit program for batteries, and upgradeable range, etc. would make the machine even more like the ‘consumer electronics’ Mr. Bramscher has mentioned in interviews.

    Seriously, this machine is a real game-changer. Bravo, Team Brammo!

  7. #9 by Lynne d Johnson on July 16, 2010 - 5:45 pm

    You missed the Fast Company link:

    Not really a review, but a preview. I like your slideshow.

    • #10 by brammofan on July 16, 2010 - 6:00 pm

      Yikes! It’s fixed now. Thanks for catching that. Yours was one of the first ones that came out, and the only one that mentioned “ethonomical.” Gotta love that.

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