Electric Motorcycle Brands

Every Electric Motorcycle Brand, Manufacturer, & Aftermarket Tuner We Could Find

Electric motorcycles are here. More and more companies are jumping on board the electric bike wave, and it’s not hard to see why. Immediate torque, comfortable riding, and more than enough in-city range.

We consider this list “complete for now”, but it will never be finished. If you are or know of an Electric motorcycle brand – whether that’s manufacturer or significant tuner – please get in touch so we can add you to this list.

Please let us know if we have missed anything or if any information is incorrect – we want our motorcycle brand section to be a rich resource of information for enthusiasts everywhere!

Most Popular Electric Bikes / Last Updated July, 2020

Popular Electric Motorcycle Brands

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Harley Davidson

Harley produces some of the biggest, most interesting, and chromed-out bikes you can buy – and everyone knows it! Since 1903, Harley Davidson has been the standard-bearer cruiser and badass touring bike, but bikes like the Livewire prove that Harley continues to innovate today.

Energica Motor Company

Energica Motor Company is an Italian manufacturer of electric motorcycles. The Energica project was started in 2010 in Modena, Italy, by CRP Group, an international company involved in computer numerical control machining, additive manufacturing with advanced selective laser sintering materials windform. Energica Motor Company was officially founded in 2014 with the aim of creating high-performance sustainable motorcycles like the Energica Ego which they unveiled at the Top Marques, Monte Carlo in April of the same year.

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Zero Motorcycles

Zero Motorcycles Inc. is an American manufacturer of electric motorcycles. Formerly called Electricross, it was started in 2006 by Neal Saiki, a former NASA engineer, in Santa Cruz, California. Zero makes a line of 100% electric motorcycles including the Zero S (street), SR (street racing), and FXS (supermoto), and the Zero DS (dual-sport) DSR (dual-sport racing), FX (motocross), and the new for 2020 SR/F.

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Adly Moto

Adly Moto is a Taiwanese scooter and ATV manufacturer. It is owned by the Her Chee Industrial Company Ltd. Adly was founded in 1978 and initially produced motorcycles. It now also produces scooters (petrol and electric) and quad-bikes. Her Chee Industrial Ltd has an exclusive manufacturing agreement for high quality LandFighter all-terrain vehicles.

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Aeon

Aeon motor co., Ltd. is a Taiwanese manufacturer of scooters, ATVs, UTVs, motorcycles, and electric vehicles.The company was founded in 1970 and operated under the name Kuan Mei Plastic Co. initially. At the time, the firm manufactured plastic parts for motorcycles and scooters. In 1998, it was renamed to Aeon motor co. and the product range was extended into scooters and motorcycles, engines, spare parts, and accessories.

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Bultaco

Bultaco was a Spanish manufacturer of two-stroke motorcycles from 1958 to 1983. In May 2014, a new Bultaco was announced, and the company will be selling electric-powered street motorcycles from 2015. The R&D department will be based in Madrid while the factory will be located in Barcelona.

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Brammo Inc.

Brammo, Inc. was an American producer of electric traction motors and traction batteries based in Talent, Oregon, United States. Brammo also developed and sold a range of electric motorcycles via the company’s website and motorcycle dealers throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. On January 15, 2015, Polaris Industries announced that it had purchased the entire electric motorcycle business from Brammo. Production of an electric motorcycle, the rebadged Victory Empulse, commenced at Polaris’ factory in Spirit Lake, IA during the second half of 2015.

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Confederate Motors

Confederate Motors is an American manufacturer of exotic street motorcycles in Birmingham, Alabama. It was founded in 1991 by trial lawyer H. Matthew Chambers, as an initiative seeking “enlightened design through true American inspiration.” In 2017 the company announced plans to rename itself to Curtiss Motorcycles and switch to all-electric motorcycles with a partnership with Zero Motorcycles. The Warhawk will be the final and only gasoline motorcycle under the Curtiss brand. It is based on their P51 Fighter, with a limited run of 35 bikes.

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Evoke Motorcycles

Evoke Motorcycles is a Beijing-based manufacturer of smart electric motorcycles. Founded in 2014 by Nathan Siy and Chris Riether, the company has been developing electric motorcycles since 2012. The first ever Evoke motorcycle mass produced by the company is the Urban S, an Italian-inspired naked electric street bike.

Energica Motor Company

Energica Motor Company is an Italian manufacturer of electric motorcycles. The Energica project was started in 2010 in Modena, Italy, by CRP Group, an international company involved in computer numerical control machining, additive manufacturing with advanced selective laser sintering materials windform. Energica Motor Company was officially founded in 2014 with the aim of creating high-performance sustainable motorcycles like the Energica Ego which they unveiled at the Top Marques, Monte Carlo in April of the same year.

Electric Moto Corporation

Electric Moto Corporation is a U.S. maker of electric dirt bikes, based in Ashland, Oregon. Their first production motorcycle is called the Blade T-6.

Fantic Motor

Fantic Motor is an Italian manufacturer of motorcycles. The company began in 1968, manufacturing and exporting enduro motorcycles, mini-bikes and go-karts. Today they continue in the same genre, though the names have changed to dual-sport and motard (supermoto), and they have returned to the US market in 2016, as Fantic USA Inc. Fantic launched in 2015 also new models of electric bikes, the Fat Bike, and has now a complete line of eMTB and commuter electric bikes.

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Jinan Qingqi

Jinan Qingqi Motorcycle Co., Ltd  is a Chinese manufacturer of mopeds, quadbikes and other small engined & electric motorcycles that was founded in 1956. The company headquarters is located in Jinan, Shandong Province. Qingqi is probably the best known moped brand in modern China and the company is one of the larger manufacturers of small engine motorcycles in the world, but is almost completely unknown outside its domestic market, it is however a large original equipment manufacturer provider to companies such as Cycle Union, Suzuki and Peugeot.

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Kreidler

Kreidler is a German manufacturer of bicycles (electric and non-electric), mopeds and motorcycles. They are part of the Cycle Union group based in Oldenburg, Germany where bikes are built and distributed to dealers mainly throughout Europe. Kreidler was active in Grand Prix motorcycle with great success in the 1970s and 1980s, scoring eight world champion titles in 50 cc class.

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Lightning Motorcycle

Lightning Motorcycle Corp. is an American manufacturer of electric motorcycles. CEO and Founder Richard Hatfield started the company in 2006 in San Carlos, California. Founder Hatfield looked to convert a motorbike to electric with lithium batteries after participating in an electric Porsche race team. Lightning Motorcycle then converted a former Yamaha R1 race bike to electric in 2006. The bike featured over 60 horsepower, about 70 pounds-feet of torque and a top speed of 100 mph.

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MotoCzysz

MotoCzysz is an American motorcycle company based in Portland, Oregon that intended to compete in MotoGP. The C1 prototype engine was designed with perfect balance not needing a balance shaft. Some of the patented innovations included a slipper clutch with twin clutches, and a unique front suspension. The business also developed a successful electric racing motorcycle, the E1pc.

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Z Electric Vehicle

Z Electric Vehicle Corporation (ZEV) is an American owned and operated electric scooter manufacturer and distributor based in Morgantown, West Virginia, with test facilities in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. Its vehicles are assembled in both the US and China with assembly shops in the US, Australia, and Vietnam. ZEV says its electric scooters are the world’s most powerful, fastest, and have the longest range.

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Zero Motorcycles

Zero Motorcycles Inc. is an American manufacturer of electric motorcycles. Formerly called Electricross, it was started in 2006 by Neal Saiki, a former NASA engineer, in Santa Cruz, California.  Zero makes a line of 100% electric motorcycles including the Zero S (street), SR (street racing), and FXS (supermoto), and the Zero DS (dual-sport) DSR (dual-sport racing), FX (motocross), and the new for 2020 SR/F.

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Znen

Znen was founded by Chen Huaneng in 1986, in Taizhou, Zhejiang. It was not until 1996 that Znen manufactured its first gasoline scooters. After 20 years in the motor vehicle industry, Zhongneng Industry Group develops three main products: gasoline scooters, electric scooters, motorcycles. One of the scooters made by Znen is the Znen C Artemis, which is sold around the world under many different names.

 

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