Tag: Zero Motorcycles
Zero Motorcycles recently created a special model of its electric bike specifically for the U.S. military. The machine, the 2013 Zero MMX, was made for U.S. Special Operations Forces and will be used in situations where the silence, long range, minimal heat signature, speed and agility could benefit the group. “The military needed a very specific [...]
Riders and bike manufacturers alike are beginning to embrace the idea of gas-free, electric motorcycles as one possible direction for the future of two-wheeled machines. Zero Motorcycles, a California-based company that exclusively produces electric motorcycles, has opened the door for other brands to enter the electric market. Now, it looks as though Yamaha and Husqvarna are [...]
There has been a boom in interest for electric bikes recently, which has helped propel Zero Motorcycles to new heights. In fact, demand for the environmentally friendly bikes and accessories is so great that Zero had to move into a new, 47,000-square-foot headquarters in Scotts Valley, California, to expand its operations. The space will allow engineering [...]
Zero Motorcycles, one of the leading manufacturers of electric bikes, recently released a smartphone app that allows users to personalize their riding experience. When a bike is parked, users can access lifetime information for the machine, allowing them to keep track of things like wear and tear on tires, battery life and even how much gas money [...]
Zero Motorcycles is known for its electric bikes, but its latest offerings are bringing a new level of safety to the streets. In 2013, the manufacturer will be providing a new lineup of Police and Security machines – both the S and DS will be available for the police. Developed specifically with security workers in mind, [...]
The recent "fiscal cliff" legislation included a special tax break for owners of electric motorcycles, but some manufacturers are adding another level of enticing financial options to attract new riders.
A Floridian man took his 2012 Zero S motorcycle for an extended trip, riding it more than 3,500 miles in six days as part of a durability demonstration.
California-based motorcycle company Zero produces nothing but electric bikes. The company makes street bikes and dirt bikes, as well as a one dual-sport option, which was revamped for 2012.
Italian manufacturer CRP is set to reveal a prototype of its upcoming Energica motorcycle, Motorcycle.com reports.