KillaCycle ships to New Zealand

The KillaCycle is now on it’s way to New Zealand. Whew! It was a lot of work getting it race-ready, building spare motors, and just figuring out what bare essential support equiment we needed to race it.

Eva did a LOT of the packing and organizing while I went through the bike and built spare motors.
Eva and Clark

We are really looking forward to racing head-to-head agianst the top drag bike teams in New Zealand. We are very excited to having Ian Wilkins on his fast and spectacular-looking drag bike in the other lane against the Killacycle.

We will be racing Ian Wilkins at Meremere drag strip on January 31st. The day before, we will be displaying the KillaCycle at the “Show and Shine” associated with that event.

Take a few moments to visit the “New Zealand 2010″ gallery in our photo album to see Ian’s drop dead gorgeous bike (and Eva loading the huge crates on the freight truck.)

You can also see our full schedule here: (This will be updated as the times and dates for appearances and race events become finalized.)
Green Stage, New Zealand

5 thoughts on “KillaCycle ships to New Zealand

  1. I can’t wait to see the bike up close! I’ve been a fan of the bike for a couple of years now and am looking towards the future to turn my caterham style kit car into an 168v/1000a electric drag/hill climb car!

  2. Wish all the best to Killacycle in New Zealand.

    Wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy new year.

  3. Wow, really looking forward to you guys coming to Te Papa and giving a talk aswell. I will be there for sure. I am telling everyone I know about it!

  4. Hi, what you guys have achieved and unleashed is absolutely awesome. You’ve made something really cool, exciting, and for many unbelievable. And to top it all off, I’ve just read that you guys are willing to share info to get more people into it. An open source electric drag bike. Far more exciting than the Apple iPad! :) Well done and I wish you much success with your project!

  5. Thanks guys for bringing Killacycle to little old Nelson! It certainly was a real eye-opener to those of us used to the sounds and smells of high octane race engines! Keep up the good work and we look forward to seeing the photos.

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