Electric Motorcycles Zero Motorcycles to Laguna MotoGP

Zero Motorcycles to Laguna MotoGP

Electric Motorcycle Demos

For the third consecutive year, Zero Motorcycles will attend MotoGP at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

During the three-day, 2011 MotoGP racing event, spectators will be invited to Zero’s newly developed tradeshow booth to take a closer look at the Zero Motorcycles 2011 product offerings, which are all available for purchase today.

Always a hit at MotoGP, Zero will also be hosting its demo ride program, giving consumers the opportunity to take a Zero Motorcycle for a quick test ride to see and experience the world’s largest line-up of electric motorcycles.

John Lloyd (VP of Global Sales, Zero Motorcycles) says: "MotoGP is one of the biggest venues in the country that brings together motorcycle enthusiasts from all walks of life. Each year we look forward to showing spectators our newest products and this year is no different. Our 2011 product line is the strongest, fastest and most fun to ride bikes we’ve ever built.

"Our new tradeshow booth will be a big highlight for us this year as it will really give consumers a different kind of Zero Motorcycles experience with new interactive kiosks and improved visuals of our motorcycle line."

Zero Motorcycles’ demo program will kick-off the MotoGP event Friday at 10 a.m., in the Yamaha Marketplace at Laguna Seca, Demos will continue throughout the weekend from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Interested spectators at Laguna MotoGP that desire a test ride will be required to present a valid motorcycle license and sign a waiver.

Due to limited space, interested spectators and media can Pre-Schedule a ride time online to avoid long lines and to ensure a quality riding experience. Zero Motorcycles executive and technical staff will be on-site to answer any consumer product inquiries.

About Zero Motorcycles
Zero Motorcycles is the next step in motorcycle evolution and represents the ultimate electric motorcycle technology. Unencumbered by conventional thinking about how they design, manufacture and sell high performance electric motorcycles, they are on a mission to turn heads and revolutionize their industry by combining the best aspects of a traditional motorcycle with today’s most advanced technology.

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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