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Zero SR electric motorcycle offers more comfort than your average bike

Amazing torque and solid looks are let down by disappointing range. Check out our full review.
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2017 Zero Motorcycles Zero SR

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The Zero SR has more torque than you could ever need and handling that'll put a smile on your face, but short range may leave you frowning.

MSRP: $15,995.00

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