They started off with their first motorcycle codenamed TX 01, which is their prototype, this took them to winning the iconic Isle Of Man TT. This electric motorcycles touched a top speed of 156 km/h powered by 30Nm of torque and peaking at 40bhp. They used a 7.2KW battery pack to power the race machine.
I seriously doubt they won at the TT, they came last
in the open
event in 2009, when it was the TT-XGP, and never placed in any of the TT-Zero events.
TT-XGP (2009) Open class
1 England Chris Heath ElectricMotorsport.com / Native Cycles 66.022 mph (106.252 km/h) 34' 17.30
2 England Chris Petty Barefoot Motors 62.219 mph (100.132 km/h) 36' 23.063 Isle of Man John Crellin TORK 60.475 mph (97.325 km/h) 37' 26.01
List of IOM TT-Zero Winners
Mark Miller - MotoCzysz E1pc / MotoCzysz - (2010)
Michael Rutter MotoCzysz (2011)
Michael Rutter MotoCzysz (2012)
Michael Rutter MotoCzysz (2013)
John McGuinness Shinden San / Team Mugen (2014)
John McGuinness Shinden San / Team Mugen (2015)
Bruce Anstey Shinden Go / Team Mugen (2016)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TTXGPhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TT_Zero
These days a race fitted Energica Ego would struggle to place at the TT-Zero.