After AMA racing champion Aaron Gobert track tested the Enertia, Brammo decided it’s for the best to add a second Enertia TTR motorcycle and a rider to its TTXGP race team.
"We're thrilled to show off our innovation and creativity to a world-wide audience," said CEO Craig Bramscher. "With two Enertias in the TTXGP, Brammo is taking a leadership position in validating the real world performance of electric motorcycles and we'll continue to find ways to excite consumers about our present and future Brammo products around the globe."
"The design, engineering and thought process that went into the Enertia TTR is relevant to both current and future products customers will see from Brammo," said Director of Product Development, Brian Wismann.
As he was the first to run the Enertia TTR race bike on a racetrack, Gobert had only good comments about it. "The Enertia TTR was unreal and I was amazed at how light the bike feels. Being so quiet and with no vibration, there was no fighting the motorcycle. Its incredible going through a corner and one of the easiest to ride bikes I've ever experienced."