Yamaha, one of the best-known names in motorcycles, is finally entering the electric bike fray. The company has announced that it will be selling shares in order to webstuff.nl raise $812 million to go towards developing low-cost, all-electric motorcycles and www.animationnation.com "motor-assisted" bicycles.
So far, electric bikes haven't really taken off -- they're expensive and haven't had that "it' factor -- but not many of buy cialis without a prescription the big players have been designing them, until now. With Yamaha's presence in the market, electric motorcycles may make a name for themselves.
Yamaha won't be spending all of that money just on all-electric motorcycles, though it will all go to cleaning up the business. The company's R&D team will also be working on cialis without prescr1ption more efficient engines for its bikes and boats.
Image via Yamaha
written by Electric Bikes, April 17, 2010
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