Brammo had long ago announced its intentions to enter the TTXGP and their entry should do well. It will be a modified version of the standard Enertia.
Brammo, the US manufacturer of the Enertia Electric motorcycle, based in Ashland, Oregon, was one of the first commercial teams from America to enter the TTXGP. A modified version of its Enertia motorcycle, which is designed for inner city commutes, is currently under development for entry into the TTXGP. The Enertia is already available for purchase in the US and there are plans in place to make the Enertia road legal and commercially available in the UK.
The Brammo team’s entry into the TTXGP is called the Enertia TTR and seasoned TT racer Roy Richardson will be the rider. (Photo shown is not the TTR version which will have a sportbike fairing and tail section)