Charleston, South Carolina electric vehicle company E-V Concepts recently made their electric motorcycle, dubbed the 2011 EVerrari, available for public purchase. The company has been building individual vehicles since 1978, and today provides components and conversion kits for battery powered cars, trucks, boats and more, turning them into zero-emissions vehicles.
The 2011 EVerrari seems to be based, at least in part, on the 2008 Ferrari V4 Superbike Concept, in terms of design. The company has retrofitted a 1970 Ferrari Boxer Berlinetta, as wel as a 2009 Pro Street Bike in the past, and the EVerrari seems to be the culmination of both those projects’ basic structure.
Digital motorcycle switch system allows riders to control all motorcycle switch functions with clean handlebars.
HOLLYWOOD, CA – March 18, 2011 - Celebrity builder Russell Mitchell at Exile Cycles is know for his clean and simple looking, no frills custom bikes without any visible switches, wiring or cables, not even control levers on the handlebars. One of the ways Russell achieves that look is with the GripAce Digital Switch Kit featuring their unique Patented Rubber Switch Pad installed in 4 different styles of Exile 1-inch handlebar grip sets for Harley type handlebars. Exile can supply both their Custom Grip Sets and the Grip Ace System. Exile Grip Sets with GripAce Button Pad cutout in the Left Grip are priced as follows: Black Rubber $49/pr • Brushed Satin Aluminum $149/pr • Polished Aluminum $159/pr • Black Anodized Aluminum $169/pr • plus the Exile Hidden GripAce Digital Switch System, Part No. HSS $399 Retail. Read On: http://motorsportsnewswire.wordpress.com/2011/03/20/exile-cycles-grip-kits-with-grip-ace-digital-switches-0320113/