MotoCzycz Gets Popular Science Nod

Cycle News Staff | November 29, 2010

The following release is from MotoCzysz….Popular Science magazine has included the race wining MotoCzysz E1pc for the Best of What’s New (BOWN) awards for 2010.Each year, the editors of Popular Science review thousands of products in search of breakthrough products and technologies representing a significant

leap in their respective categories. The Best of What’s New-are awarded inclusion in the much-anticipated December issue of Popular Science, themost magazine’s widely read issue of the year.”Our December issue is more than just an exhaustive guide to the greatest creations of the year. It’s a forecast. For 23 years, the Best of What’s New awards have gone to the 100 innovations that indicate where technology is headed in the future.” Popular science magazine, December 2010The 2010 E1pc represents the future of motorcycle and electric drive technology. In its debut event, the E1pc dominated the 2010 Isle of Mann TT

e-Power race-the most grueling electric powered motorcycle road race in the world- winning by over 2 minutes and setting a new lap record. The E1pc went

on to win the Laguna Seca Red Bull USGP e-Power race, setting the fastest lap of the weekend on the final lap. This technology is now being applied to

the auto market through the recently unveiled D1g1tal Dr1ve- a fully integrated electric drive unit containing motor, controller, oil pump, gear

reduction, and differential targeted at OEM car makers.”Being included in the Popular Science 2010 Best of What’s New awards is a real honor and further confirms that the electric drive technology being

developed at MotoCzysz is leading edge. For MotoCzysz to receive the same award as Porsche, Ferrari, GM and the other automotive giants is remarkable

and very satisfying.” says Michael Czysz.