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2017 - 2018 Zero Motorcycles FX / FXS

2017 - 2018 Zero Motorcycles FX / FXS
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  • Zero Motorcycles FX / FXS
  • Year:
    2017- 2018
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  • Engine:
    Z-Force®
  • Top Speed:
    85 mph
  • Price:
    8495
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Faster Recharging And New Batteries for 2018

The EV sector is booming, and as it’s grown it has expanded into more and more genres. Zero Motorcycles is all about the electrics, and has pushed beyond the straight-up street and adventure categories into dual-sport and supermoto territory. The off-road capable FX enters the 2018 MY off an update last year alongside its urban-jungle sibling, the FXS, for a dynamic duo of EV fun with more torque and more horsepower than previous model years, plus other upgrades to the drivetrain to include a wider final-drive belt and improvements to the power packs.

Continue reading for my review of the Zero FX and FXS.

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2017 - 2018 Zero Motorcycles FX / FXS

2017 - 2018 Zero Motorcycles FX / FXS

Faster Recharging And New Batteries for 2018

The EV sector is booming, and as it’s grown it has expanded into more and more genres. Zero Motorcycles is all about the electrics, and has pushed beyond the straight-up street and adventure categories into dual-sport and supermoto territory. The off-road capable FX enters the 2018 MY off an update last year alongside its urban-jungle sibling, the FXS, for a dynamic duo of EV fun with more torque and more horsepower than previous model years, plus other upgrades to the drivetrain to include a wider final-drive belt and improvements to the power packs.

Continue reading for my review of the Zero FX and FXS.

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2018 ZERO Motorcycles pack 223 miles in just over 2 hours of charge!

2018 ZERO Motorcycles pack 223 miles in just over 2 hours of charge!

With a faster and more powerful battery motor combo, get on you bike faster and ride further than ever before.

With just a decade of experience in the industry, ZERO Motorcycles has been at the epitome of electrically powered machines on two wheels. Showing the world how to do it right all this while, the folks have upped their game for 2018.

Offering higher performances, the four models for 2018 will come in a set of modern colors and have battery packs that will provide for a ten percent extended range and six times faster-charging capabilities.

With this, the California Republic-based company is addressing the major issues faced by motorcycles running on ’non-liquified dinosaurs’.

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2016 Zero FX / FXS

2016 Zero FX / FXS

This year, Zero Motorcycles showed that it isn’t resting on its laurels with the addition of two new models, both of which are submodels of existing bikes. Today, I would like to focus on the FX line, and its new-for-2016 member, the FXS Supermoto.

While the base model FX Stealthfighter did get a new powerpack and better ergonomics in the rider triangle, the real story is with the FXS and its attempt to bring supermoto-style street, dirt and flat-track performance to the electric bike sector. I’ve never made a secret of my love for this company and its products, or how much I support green transportation, so I’m stoked about Zero expanding its footprint. Join me while I look at these two multi-surface funbikes.

Continue reading for my review of the Zero FX and FXS.

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2015 Zero FX

2015 Zero FX

Zero is one of the most famous manufacturers that built electric motorcycles. Its products have been constantly upgraded during the latest years and the Zero Fx makes no exception. Built to withstand the tough conditions of off road riding, the Zero FX can attack any terrain with poise.

It weighs only 289 lbs and it is propelled by a Z-Force 75-5 passively air-cooled, high efficiency, radial flux permanent magnet, brushless motor which delivers a maximum torque of 70 Ft-Lb (95 Nm) and 27 Hp (20 KW) at 3,700 rpm. The engine can propel you to a maximum speed of 85 mph with a sustained speed of 70 mph. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the motorcycle can hit the 100 km/h mark in only 4.3 seconds.

The Zero FX can be yours for no less than $9,845.

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2014 Zero FX

2014 Zero FX

In the latest years the electric bikes have started to become more popular than ever and there is no wonder why as they are efficient, reliable and pretty strong.

Zero is one of the most important manufacturers of electric motorcycles and with every year that passes its products become more advanced. Its 2014 lineup has been entirely revised and the FX model makes no exception.

In terms of style, the 2014 model year comes with a revised front end, new passenger pegs, a fresh dashboard and a reshaped seat.

The stopping power is now handled by larger 240 mm rotors and new calipers. Other changes were made to the swingarm and the battery packs.

The bike sports a Z-Force 75-5 passively air-cooled, radial flux permanent magnet, brushless motor which puts out a maximum torque of 70 Ft-Lb (95 Nm) and 44 Hp (33 KW) at 3,700 RPM. The electric motor delivers a maximum speed of 85 Mph (137 Km/H) and can reach 60 mph in 4.3 seconds.

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2013 Zero FX ZF2.8 / Zero FX ZF5.7

2013 Zero FX ZF2.8 / Zero FX ZF5.7

With every year that passes the segment of the electric motorcycles becomes stronger and these bikes are starting to be considered a viable option for those who put efficiency on the first place.

The Zero company is considered by many the best in the business when it comes to electric bikes and its FX model is one of the toughest models out there. It is a rugged, agile and efficient bike designed to deal effortless with a wide range of terrains.

The 2013 Zero FX weighs only 106 kg and is propelled by a 70 ft-lbs, 44 hp motor. The engine is powered by a modular power pack system which is available in two configurations: ZF2.8 (one module), ZF5.7 (two modules).

The 2013 ZF2.8 can be yours for $9,495.00, while the ZF5.7 is priced at $11,990.00.

Hit the jump for more information on the Zero FX ZF2.8 and Zero FX ZF5.7.

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