Can electric motorcycles really serve as practical transportation, even on cross-country trips? Terry Hershner thinks so. He’s put over 20,000 miles on his Zero S, including riding it from Florida to California and back.
We’ve been meaning to profile our buddy Brandon Miller for a while now, but Zero just went ahead and saved us the trouble. Having never ridden a bike before, Brandon took the plunge on a Zero S, then started getting … Continued
Our show is part of the DRIVE channel, a mainstream lifestyle outlet targeting young people that are into cars. Having a bike show on a car channel gives us a unique opportunity to sell motorcycling to non-riders. I think we’ve … Continued
When I first rode the Zero X two years ago at Glen Helen, I was basically riding a weirdo chassis stuffed with a giant battery box, then fitted with bicycle parts and an electric motor. When we tried out the … Continued
This morning we showed you the new 2011 model year Zero motorcycles. They’ve been upgraded with a smidge more battery capacity here, a lower recharge time there and even silent, maintenance-free belt drive on the two larger bikes, the Zero … Continued
For 2011, the Zero S and DS have been given refined looks, belt drive and an optional charging system that can slash recharge times from four hours to two. The smaller Zero X and MX stick with chain drive, but … Continued
This is the Zero S race bike Zero engineer Kenyon Kluge will be campaigning at the TTXGP this weekend. To create it he dropped the frame onto a GSX-R1000 front end, ditched the on-board charger and added a little more…