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Video - Victory's IMOTT Zero Rider Lee Johnston talks about things electric

Video - Victory's IMOTT Zero Rider Lee Johnston talks about things electric

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​There are a lot of ironies in the fact that an American brand is entering Isle of Man and that too with an Electric entry for the TT Zero Race. Ever since Polaris owned Victory motorcycles bought itself the electric bike maker, Brammo, pretty interesting news has been coming out from the company insides. Recently it was declared that the evolved Brammo Empulse RR electric race bike will be participating at the 2015 TT Zero as a pretty well sorted race machine, which should be capable enough to  fight it hard with Mugen's dominance in the category. Interestingly the two electric entries from Mugen and Victory are going to be piloted my icons like William Dunlop and Lee Johnston who both are certainly some of the top riders around the Manx road course.

The video below shows testing of the Victory at what looks like Thunderhill Raceway, Lee Johnston gives his first thoughts on riding an electric race bike, and what competing in the TT Zero class will be like at the 2015 IMOTT.

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