Electric Motorcycles Zero Motorcycles to enter Asian market

Zero Motorcycles to enter Asian market

Zero Motorcycles announced today its partnership with AMPLE World to expand the Zero Motorcycles brand throughout Asia. Following the popularity and sales success of Zero Motorcycles in North America and Europe, Zero Motorcycles will now be sold in Singapore and greater Asia with the addition of AMPLE as the official distributor for consumer and fleet sales.

"Zero Motorcycles and AMPLE share a common goal of expanding the electric vehicle movement globally," says John Lloyd, VP of World Wide Sales of Zero Motorcycles. "With AMPLE’s marketing and distribution efforts, consumers in Asia will now have the opportunity to test ride and buy the high-performance Zero Motorcycles product line locally."

Zero Motorcycles is powering into the world of electric vehicles with their fleet of fully electric, zero emissions motorcycles. Each motorcycle runs off of a Z-Force technology power pack consisting of high performance, light weight lithium ion cells. Zero Motorcycles is the leading manufacturer of all-electric motorcycles and is paving the way for energy independence in the personal transportation market.

AMPLE is a global marketing and distribution leader in providing a full suite of products and services geared towards the electric vehicle market. It is the only international company whose mission is to bring together the world’s best electric technology partners, institutions and governmental bodies with the goal of ensuring a global reduction in emissions. AMPLE accomplishes this by leveraging its industry knowledge of electric vehicles by partnering with companies that are firmly committed to developing a sustainable, electric vehicle market segment.


Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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