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2014 Zero SR – First Ride Teaser

2014 Zero SR – First Ride Teaser

As fans of electric motorcycles, we were excited when late last year Zero announced a new model, the SR. A high performance version of the company's flagship streetbike, the Zero S, the SR answered the call to those wanting more. More what, you ask? Try more power and significantly more torque....

Published on February 21 2014, 17:19
Source: www.motorcycle.com
 

To say that the 2013 Yamaha YZ250F was badly in need of an update would be an understatement. This motorcycle was not obsolete, but its competitors were leaving it in the dust with regard to innovations. The last bike in its class to retain a carburetor, the 2013 YZ-F had not been updated in... 

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... 

Few other motorcycle companies have made bigger strides in a shorter time than Zero. When we rode first-generation bikes back in 2007, they were crude and needed lots of improvements before they could be taken seriously. And improve they did—dramatically. We were impressed with the 2013 S model... 

The electric revolution continues. The new R version of the Zero S offers riders 56 percent higher torque and 24 percent more power—106 pound-feet and 67 horses—and means the Zero SR can hit 60 mph in 3.3 seconds and 102 mph, according to Zero. Which is impressive enough on paper, but even more... 

A new Zero SR/F electric streetfighter motorcycle has been officially unveiled by the United States based electric bike brand. This new motorcycle has been positioned as an offering with the finest combination of control and power in the industry. The Zero SR/F will reportedly produce 110 HP of... 

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... 

According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the motor's rotor may come in contact with the stator at sustained maximum rpms. Should the spinning rotor come contact the stationary stator, the motor may seize, potentially causing the rear wheel to lock up...