When it comes to motorcycle cops, at least you can usually hear them coming when they are astride a big Harley-Davidson. Now Zero Motorcycles, a maker of electric motorcycle, is making a police bike that will be the steathiest yet.
It's called the Zero, and it is being dressed up with light, sirens, shotgun mount and the rest to make it just as potent as the Harley. READ ON
Packed with lithium-ion batteries, “The Little Electric Engine That Could” hummed into the 2012 Chicago Bike Show last week along with the rumble of traditional gasoline-powered motorcycles.
Zero Motorcycles based in Santa Cruz, Calif., is the only company that produces and sells 100 percent electric motorcycles. Four of its five models are street legal and can be charged through a standard 110 or 220-volt outlet.
Zero Motorcycles has launched its 2012 model line, a lineup that includes a revolutionary new powertrain, models capable of exceeding 100 miles range, a power pack designed to last the life of the motorcycle and top speeds of up to 88 mph.
SANTA CRUZ, CA -- Zero Motorcycles, the global leader in electric motorcyle technology, today announced its official expansion north with the launch of its new Canadian dealership program. READ ON