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2011 Zero Motorcycles Models Photo Gallery

See photos of the 2011 Zero Motorcycles lineup, including the all-new XU and updated DS and S models, in the 2011 Zero Motorcycles photo gallery.

The Zero Dual Sport model is one of the most versatile motorcycles and is eligible for a 10% Federal tax credit.
Interchangeable with the Zero X and Zero MX dirt bikes, the Z-Force lithium-ion battery pack on the Zero XU assists riders living in dense urban areas without easy access to street-level plugs or garages.
The Zero MX bike is designed with the track in mind and a newly developed suspension system allows for softer landings.
The Zero S model is designed to tackle urban environments and features an industry leading power-to-weight ratio.
For trail riders the Zero X motorcycle is designed for quick handling and maneuverability.
The removable battery of the XU presents some intriguing new options for an electric mount.
2011 Zero XU . The Santa Cruz-based company pitches its new rides as “the ultimate urban-crosser.”
It's no surprise that the Bay Area features prominently in Zero press photos, its a short treck up the coast from Santa Cruz, and SF figures to be the ideal habitat for the new XU.
Unlike the street-legal version of the X, the Zero XU makes more substantial changes from the X base in its rolling chassis, with alterations to suspension, tires and steering geometry.
The limiting factor of the Zero XU remains the constant Achilles heel(s) of electric units: low range (30 miles) and low top speed (51 mph).
2011 Zero DS
2011 Zero DS