Mugen plans two bikes for 2014 TT ZERO, with McGuinness and Anstey riding

We’d love for MotoCzysz to be at TT ZERO 2014, and we completely understand why they won’t.  It means that Mugen, which took a very close 2nd place in 2013, will possibly be a shoe-in to win.  Except there are plenty of teams saying they’re planning to win a podium spot in 2014.  In the case of Mugen, they’re bringing two bikes to TT ZERO 2014 and have two top riders who’ve won the TT several times apiece.

John McGuinness has twenty TT wins under his belt, and New Zealand racer Bruce Anstey has nine.  Mugen has assembled a formidable rider lineup.

The 2014 bikes, named Shinden San, are described as more power and the team anticipates breaking more records.

A team spokesman said: “We are extremely excited to have secured the services of two such experienced, proven winners around the TT mountain course, and the team will be pulling out all the stops to provide them with the machinery to go for the first TT Zero victory for Team Mugen.”

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No further details are available for Shinden San at this time, and the bike will be revealed later in the spring.

About David Herron

David Herron is a writer and software engineer living in Silicon Valley. He primarily writes about electric vehicles, clean energy systems, climate change, peak oil and related issues. When not writing he indulges in software projects and is sometimes employed as a software engineer. David has written for sites like PlugInCars and TorqueNews, and worked for companies like Sun Microsystems and Yahoo.

About David Herron

David Herron is a writer and software engineer living in Silicon Valley. He primarily writes about electric vehicles, clean energy systems, climate change, peak oil and related issues. When not writing he indulges in software projects and is sometimes employed as a software engineer. David has written for sites like PlugInCars and TorqueNews, and worked for companies like Sun Microsystems and Yahoo.

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