Electric Motorcycles 2010 Zero X | Electric Dirt Bike

2010 Zero X | Electric Dirt Bike

2010 Dirt Bike Electric

Zero announced today the arrival of its all-electric 2010 Zero X dirt bikes, the Zero X Sport and Zero X Extreme motorcycles. Built from the ground up for aggressive riding on technical terrain, these off road electric motorcycles are equipped with a powerful drivetrain and suspension upgrades to increase maneuverability. Also new for 2010 are color graphics options allowing for personalized styling, resulting in a customized and more visually appealing dirt bike.

“The Zero X is excellent for riding on urban trails, and with the upgraded elements of the powertrain and suspension, now it’s even more fun to ride,” says Gene Banman, CEO, Zero Motorcycles. “With silent acceleration, low weight and enhanced suspension, the 2010 Zero X is the perfect motorcycle for aggressive trail riding. Riders get the combined benefit of a high performance dirt bike with less maintenance, little noise and no pollution.”

With instant acceleration and a total weight of 151 pounds, the Zero X is a high performance electric motorcycle that takes technical trail riding to the next level. Using Zero’s patented Z-Force technology and boasting 50 ft-lbs of torque, this stealthy motorcycle will send you racing up hills, flying over jumps, and cutting through streams. The Zero X is built from the ground up for quick handling and maneuverability. Custom valved suspension, direct drive gearing and weight optimized components allow riders to master demanding terrain. Lightweight, silent and quick, the Zero X opens up trail riding possibilities that would otherwise be out of the question. To extend ride times customers have the option to purchase an extra power pack that can be swapped with a quick pit stop.

The Zero X starts at $7,495 for the X Sport and $9,295 for the X Extreme. Some countries or states may offer incentives. Consumer financing is available in the United States for those who qualify. The motorcycle can be purchased online now and will begin shipping in the United States at the end of March. The Zero X comes with a 2-year limited warranty.

To schedule a demo ride, locate the representative nearest you at zeromotorcycles.com/locator/


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. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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