Zero Motorcyles is a California-based manufacturer of electric motorcycles. Though the first Zero prototypes were produced in 2006, Zero is already one of the leaders of the electric motorcycle segment. Zero got its start in the off-road world with the Zero X dirt bike and has quickly expanded its lineup to include a variety of dual purpose electric motorcycles like the Zero DS and Zero XU.
For 2016, Zero dug into its own parts bin to offer the FX in supermoto trim direct from the factory.
When we tested the Zero SR, we wondered when its hot-rod motor and controller would appear on the DS.
DSR and FXS headline 2016 Zero Motorcycles lineup.
We’ve tested plenty of electric motorcycles over the years here at MO. In the process, we’ve been able to witness firsthand how rapidly e-bikes
Harlan Flagg, Brandon Nozaki-Miller and Jeff Clark are pioneering the way for hot rodding electric motorcycles.
Preston Petty embraces his own motorcycling heritage while also being a cutting-edge thinker.
Showa, Pirelli and Bosch highlight new features on 2015 Zeros
Zero made a splash last year with the introduction of the Zero
Monumental! That’s what this is. MO’s first electric vs. gas, head-to-head supermoto comparison.
In a stoplight-to-stoplight drag race, the Zero SR has a real shot at embarrassing behemoths like the Hayabusa.
What better place is there to test the electric Zero FX’s off-road chops than in the backyard of AMA Hall-of-Famer Scot Harden?
Zero was kind enough to grant Motorcycle.com the very first SR press bike, and while we’re still putting it through its paces.