Article By Ministry of Bikes
Posted on 22 Nov 2016
Zero Motorcycles 2017 Zero S
Zero Motorcycles are bringing you an exciting new smart street fighter for 2017, which is better known as the Zero S.
One of the main benefits of purchasing one of these bikes is of course because it is electric, which means no more stopping off at petrol stations. Yes! To make things even easier for the rider, zero motorcycles actually provide a lightweight charging cable with the bike which can be plugged into any household socket meaning you can charge from the comfort of your own home, or even at work.
Some of you may also still be unsure about the power produced by the electric motorcycles. However, we can assure you that you certainly don’t need to worry about that anymore! The Zero S provides smooth acceleration and reaches a maximum speed of 153 km/h, delivering unbelievable performance.
In addition, the bike offers around 146 Nm of torque, can reach around 550,000 km throughout its lifetime and offers a city range of 325 km with the power tank accessory which is also available for the motorcycle.
So, although the bike has been designed for urban environments, it can definitely afford to make a few detours through undiscovered territory.
When it comes to features, the bike really is well and truly packed as it comes with an integrated storage section which is situated within the tank unit of the bodywork and is also removable and lockable to keep your personal belongings safe and secure. Moreover, the electric bike features a Showa suspension system, Bosch ABS brakes and a blue backlit LCD dash which provides information on charge, power output and allows the rider to select a preferred riding mode; Eco, Sport or Custom.
Furthermore, the motorcycles frame is made from a special aircraft grade aluminium which is both strong and light and the tires are Pirelli’s Diablo Rosso II which offer excellent traction, control, and sturdiness.
Zero Motorcycles also offers an app for its riders where bike owners can track charge, average watts per km, total charge cycles and much more.
We must say we’re impressed.