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Getting Dirty With The 2014 Zero FX

Getting Dirty With The 2014 Zero FX

I've done plenty of miles aboard the Zero FX. I first rode one when I competed at Pikes Peak last year, then rode one again a few months later during a 24-hour endurance race. All this time, however, I've never ridden one straight as it comes off the showroom floor. Nor have I ridden one in the...

Published on February 15 2014, 20:23
Source: blog.motorcycle.com
 

Monumental! That's what this is. MO's first electric vs. gas, head-to-head supermoto comparison. A bare-knuckle brawl between the embedded establishment and the harbinger of an electrified future. Yep, this shootout is unique, but it's also the proverbial tip of the iceberg. With the exponential... 

BMW's F800GS has been a tidier-sized adventure-touring rig since its introduction in 2008, offering most of what its iconic big brother, the R1200GS, has in a smaller, lighter and cheaper package. But for hardcore adventure riders, the 800GS fell a mite short in terms of its battle-readiness... 

Zero Motorcycles today announced that its 2014 model line is now available at authorized dealers across Europe and North America. In response to increased demand for its electric motorcycles, Zero dealerships will be offering test rides in time for the spring riding season. Demo's can be... 

Editor Score:83.5% Engine 19/20 Suspension/Handling 13/15 Transmission/Clutch 10/10 Brakes 8.5/10 Instruments/Controls 4/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 9/10 Appearance/Quality 8.5/10 Desirability 7.5/10 Value 4/10 Overall Score 83.5/100 For 2014, Zero streamlined its product offerings to focus on its core... 

In 2013, Zero introduced the platforms from which it would build upon for the future. Consisting of what, Zero claims, are the most energy-dense batteries on the market today, its propulsion systems remain quite advanced in the industry. However, off-the-shelf brakes, suspension and tires meant... 

Eight years ago we were the first to get a ride on a Zero electric motorcycle, the 2008 Zero X. Back then Zero was a very different company than it is today – Neal Saiki is gone, the machines are immensely more evolved, and they now look like motorcycles rather than converted mountain bikes –... 

It's 4am. My eyes are heavy and the pillow beside me is calling my name. Instead, cold and sleep-deprived, I cinch the straps on my Bell, throw a leg over Jeff Clark's Zero FX, and head out on the Willow Springs kart track for another stint. The bike had already been racing nonstop for 14 hours....