By make and model
Zero Motorcycles offers six all-electric motos, with a maximum range of 202 miles.
The Zero SR puts out an astonishing 116 pound-feet of torque, all of it available from the first touch of the throttle.
The Zero S takes the performance down a notch from the SR, making it a great little commuter bike.
My choice would be the Zero DS, or dual sport.
With 81 pound-feet of torque and tires that can work on the dirt and the pavement, the Zero DS is a jack of all trades kind of bike.
All 2017 models are improved with upgraded power packs with a new five-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.
On an electric bike you can evade the cops like a boss!
Taking the dual sport to the next level, the Zero DSR has got more torque for more fun.
Just passing on my the gas station. NBD.
Zero Motorcycles start at $8,500 and max out just under $16,000.
The Zero FXS is the supermoto of the model lineup, with great front brakes... obviously.
Depending on your model and charging accessories, a Zero motorcycle can fill to 95 percent capacity in just one hour.