June 2011: Announcement by Ukeycheyma to move to composite fabric for motorcycle seats offering seats to breathe easier than vinyl or leather. Fabric is completely recyclable.
May 2011: Ukeycheyma announces development of green car seats, based on results of research on motorcycle seats.
April 2011: Decision made by Ukeycheyma to use an eco-green tire on all vehicles.
March 2011: Ukeycheyma makes decision to build elevated factory, thus using a smaller footprint and protecting more of the environment.
March 2011: Exploration for developing thermal acoustic heating and cooling systems begins for Ukeycheyma.
February 2011: Ukeycheyma announces possibility of developing electric racer to demonstrate the QRES system.
January 2011: Conclusion by Ukeycheyma reveals decision to use motorcycle composite space frame with aluminum components.
November 2010: Ukeycheyma discovers more cost efficient methods for developing Triax OLED. Additional wider color spectrums are now available to be created and developed. More colors are able to be created using fewer chemical combinations.
November 2010: Announcement by Ukeycheyma to develop aluminum chassis system for pickup trucks and aluminum frame system for motorcycles.
October 2010: Ukeycheyma makes decision that all vehicles would be paint-less; color of vehicle to be engineered into the material itself.
September 2010: Research and Development to explore green processes for manufacturing begins for Ukeycheyma.
July 2010: Ukeycheyma reviews architectural and engineering firms in regards to factory development.
June 2010: Ukeycheyma makes decision to have the state of Nevada as the location for future headquarters and plant.
June 2010: Research and development exploration of advanced materials that would make up vehicle space frames; 10X stronger than aluminum and more cost effective.
June 2010: Ukeycheyma research on gas-powered motorcycles ends. Ukeycheyma is 100% committed to producing electric powered motorcycles only.
April 2010: Exploration of various types of composites for space frame material by Ukeycheyma.
April 2010: Further research of QRES by Ukeycheyma reveals that vehicles with QRES have a power system with a longer lifespan compared to other battery systems currently in production.
January 2010: Ukeycheyma makes the decision to focus on QRES and is committed to the technology.
October 2009: Announcement of Ukeycheyma's start to develop a line of electric motors for the vehicle and motorcycle product lines. This new line of electric motors will utilize state of the art technology and simplified manufacturing.
September 2009: Ukeycheyma begins exploring plant and future headquarters locations and narrows down decision to five states.
August 2009: Research started on QRES technology by Ukeycheyma.
July 2009: Ukeycheyma conducts research and development that compares other advanced battery technologies to advanced Carbon Nanotube batteries.
May 2009: Debate over gas powered motorcycles on hold by Ukeycheyma.
April 2009: Decision made to manufacturer all electric cars only. From this point going forward, Ukeycheyma is 100% committed to developing green products.
March 2009: Research and Development by Ukeycheyma exploring whether or not to develop gas powered motorcycles.
February 2009: Ukeycheyma begins research and development on advanced Carbon Capacitor Energy Storage Systems.
November 2008: Exploring application of Crystalline Carbon Nanotube batteries by Ukeycheyma.
October 2008: Ukeycheyma studies possible use of an Advanced Carbon Nanotube battery to be used in the company's electric vehicle product lines. The new battery will be completely green.
September 2008: Ukeycheyma explores development of OLED-organic light emitting display technology for use in lighting and instrumentation of the vehicles.
July 2008: Start of research and development on Series Hybrids and V-Twin Motorcycles by Ukeycheyma.
July 2008: Ukeycheyma starts development of all aluminum space frames with advanced composite body panels.
June 2008: Ukeycheyma founded in Texas USA.