Zero Motorcycles is at the forefront of electric motorcycles and is the first company to market four production E-bikes for both the dirt and street. Find out more in our 2010 Zero Motorcycles First Ride report.
- Zero Motorcycles introduced its four-bike lineup in Daytona Beach during Bike Week. (L-toR) The 2010 Zero DS, 2010 Zero S, 2010 Zero MX and the 2010 Zero X.
- Kicking up some dirt on the 2010 Zero DS dual sport motorcycle. Wish this was me, but we only got to sample the DS on a short impromptu road course.
- The 2010 Zero DS offers a motorcycle that is home on both the dirt and street.
- The coil rear shock of the 2010 Zero DS is adjustable for preload and damping.
- The Zero DS features a 4KW battery that's good for about 40 miles of riding and recharges in approximately four hours.
- Zero's street bikes feature both an analog and digital speedo.
- Introducing the 2010 Zero DS.
- The Zero DS has a 35-inch seat height but has an optional custom seat available from Corbin that will drop it a tad.
- The Zero DS is equipped with what the company calls its Z-Force Air Induction Syatem that pumps air directly through its brushed magnetic electric motor.
- The 2010 Zero MX bike comes in both a Sport and Extreme version. The Extreme version has a higher performance motor and stiffer suspension for guys like this.
- The 2010 Zero MX
- The rigid double diamond swingarm on Zero Motorcycles is made of aircraft-grade aluminum.
- The 2010 Zero S features a brushed permanent magnet electric motor.
- Somebody forgot to tell this guy you can't have fun on an electric motorcycle.
- The 2010 Zero X is set up more for trail riding than its sibling, the more moto-minded MX.
- The 2010 Zero X has custom valved suspension and produces a claimed 50 lb-ft of torque.
- The Zero X has an MSRP of $7,495 and comes with a wwo-year limited warranty.