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Leccy Tech The first, provisional dates for the 2010 TTxGP Championship leccy bike racing series have been released. And two new teams have signed up for 2010 race series.

The first e-bike contest of 2010 will be the inaugural event of the North American Championship and will take place at Infineon Raceway in California on 14 and 16 May. Another three US dates are expected to be announced early in the new year.

UK Championship events will take place at Cadwell Park, Lincolnshire on 3 and 4 July; Snetterton in Norfolk on 17 and 18 July; and at Castle Combe in Wiltshire on 11 September. A fourth date will be announced shortly.

The TTxGP will also return to the Isle of Mann as part of the 2010 TT Races between 7 and 11 June.

Italian manufacturer CRP Racing will be entering a new electric super sports called the eCRP1.0. CRP is expected to launch its bike at the Motorsports Industry Association Cleaner Racing Conference on 13 January at the NEC in Birmingham.

Meanwhile, American e-bike maker Zero Motorcycles has confirmed it will enter a competition-optimised version of its Zero S machine.

Team Agni, which won the 2009 TTxGP, will enter two bikes in the UK Championship. ®

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