Tag: Zero SR

Nov 5, 2021 - 01:36 pm

Zero presents new model year with improved batteries

The electric motorbike manufacturer Zero Motorcycles presents new battery technology, software updates to increase performance and the new Zero SR for the new 2022 model year. The electric motorbikes of the 2022 model series are available to order now and are to be delivered successively to all Zero dealers.

Oct 14, 2020 - 02:27 pm

Zero presents 2021 electric motorcycle lineup

The electric motorcycle manufacturer Zero Motorcycles has introduced its 2021 model year, which this time includes almost only optical updates. The 2021 Zero models will be shipped immediately from the company’s headquarters in California to dealers in North America and Europe.

Sep 9, 2016 - 08:30 am

Fully Charged, Zero SR, events.

Video tip I: In the latest episode of Fully Charged, Robert Llewellyn get on e-bike, a form of electric mobility, he normally doesn’t cover. He is joined by Ben Jaconelli, director of e-bike company FullyCharged.com. The two ride along London roads and have a lot more to talk about that just their common company names.
youtube.com via cleantechnica.com

Video tip II: Using neon wires, Zero SR driver Tony Kalniev has given his electric motorcycle a unique look that looks like something straight out of the movie Tron. He came up with the idea because he felt the Zero SR was not visible enough during his nightly excursion.
youtube.com via electrek.co

Events for the upcoming week: Automechanika (Sep 13-17; Frankfurt, Germany) ++ Cenex-LCV (Sep 14-15; Millbrook, UK) ++ Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo (Sep 13-15; Novi, USA) ++ You can find a complete list of upcoming industry events at electrive.com/calendar


Jun 8, 2016 - 07:55 am

Zero SR, Donald Trump.

Reading tip I: Travelling to the four corners of the USA on a Zero SR electric motorcycle is this summer’s holiday for Ben Rich. Seattle, Los Angeles, Florida, and Maine, are you ready?!

Reading tip II: What would Donald Trump do to electric vehicles if he becomes president? It would be the end of tax incentives, a return to the era of unregulated emissions, and a feast for oil companies.

Found on electrive.com
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