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2013 Zero S Motorcycle Review Photo Gallery

Check out photos of MotoUSA's review of the new Zero S in the 2013 Zero S Motorcycle Review photo gallery.

As an urban errand-runner, the 2013 Zero S is hard to beat. Not clutch, no gears and the slim, light profile make it easy to maneuver in tight spaces.
Ready to ride, the 2013 Zero S weighs in at 355 pounds for the 8.5 kWh pack, and 387 for the 11.4 kWh pack.
Designer Matt Bentley gave the 2013 Zero S a big space behind the steering head (where there used to be a tank) for a removable soft storage bag.
Simple Nissan two-piston calipers handle braking out front on the 2013 Zero S.
This electric bike has some bite, with 54 horsepower and 68 lb-ft of torque.
With a stiffer swingarm, the motor acting as a stressed member and a 19.5-pound aluminum frame, the 2013 Zero S shares little with previous iterations.
The standard instrument panel has a tachometer, charge meter and speedometer.
The 2013 Zero S pairs via Bluetooth with a smart phone and through the Zero app includes the ability to adjust top speed and regenerative braking. Display customization allows for even more data, including distance to empty, battery temperature, current draw, torque and a clock.
The 2013 Zero S has plenty of power and acceleration to keep ahead of freeway drivers.
Acceleration is more than ample to drag from light to light during the commute from home to work.
The 2013 Zero S doesn't come with ABS, but since the bike is fairly light a good four-finger squeeze on the front binder will prove more than enough while braking.
On a winding road, the 2013 Zero S performs like a dream.