Mission Motors Gets Jazzy Cool as They Slide Around Infineon Raceway

12/29/2009 @ 2:45 pm, by Jensen Beeler10 COMMENTS

Want to see what the fastest production electric motorcycle looks like as it power-wheelies and slides the back-end around Infineon Raceway? The folks at Mission Motors thought you might, and put together a promotional video that showcases the (Editor’s Note: Mission Motors President Edward West has commented below that this is a fan video) Mission One doing its thing to an urban beatnik vibe. Grab a cup of your favorite fair trade coffee, put on your hipster skinny jeans, and get ready to see motorcycling through the eyes of the Mission District à la San Francisco in the video after the jump.

Source: Electric Motorcycle Forum

  • andrew

    Too right it’s a ‘bike for the few’ … most people have little use for a bike that will run out of juice after 20 minutes of real road use.

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  • http://www.powerwheelie.de Ben

    these things fckn rock! I´ll get one if they become affordable in 3 years.

  • http://www.ridemission.com Edward West,

    Glad you like the music! ;)

    To clarify– this is a fan-made video release.

    Edward West
    President, Mission Motors

  • Ray

    When can I buy the naked version?

  • http://www.asphaltandrubber.com Jenny Gun

    thanks for the clarification Edward.

  • http://www.ridemission.com Edward West,

    Thanks for noting in the article— keep up the good work, and happy new year!

  • Matthew

    I want one… that costs under $20 and can make it at least to Pennsylvania from NYC on a charge. I can wait.

  • Brad

    “Too right it’s a ‘bike for the few’ … most people have little use for a bike that will run out of juice after 20 minutes of real road use.”

    Ah, but it’s emerging technology for an non-existent market (currently)… give the market, technology and manufacturers time.