The 2020 Zero Motorcycles Line is Electric

Zero Motorcycles, the leading electronic motorcycle in dual-sport, is launching a new brand this year, refreshing their color options, and launching a Nex Gen app to complement their Cypher II & III systems. 

Zero Motorcycles is the global leader in electric motorcycles and powertrains. Designed and crafted by hand in California, Zero combines Silicon Valley technology with a traditional motorcycle soul to elevate the motorcycling experience for intelligent, innovative riders around the world.

Going Global

2020 Zero Motorcycles Black Forest DSR will be launching in the global market this year.

2020 Black Forest DSR

2020 Zero Motorcycles DSR Front
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2020 Zero Motorcycles DSR Back
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2020 Zero Motorcycles DSR Profile
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“With the year-over-year growth of fast-charge stations around the United States, riding has become more accessible than ever,” said Sam Paschel, CEO. “The 2020 line ensures riders can experience their adventures and push for new places with the effortless experience of taking their motorcycle wherever they would like to go.”

The base model of the 2020 DSR Black Forest Edition will have a 157 mi range, weight of 489 lbs, Top speed coming in at 102 mph, and come with a 5-year warranty. Charge time is looking like 9.3 hrs to 95%, but with a charge tank that drops to 2 hrs, and with acceleration. Charger, looking at 5.2 hrs. 


According to the Zero, “Complementing the powerful Cypher operating systems, every 2020 Zero Motorcycle will possess an updated Next Gen App that provides an effortless connection to a motorcycle’s custom ride modes, charging status, updates and diagnostics.”  Zero is based out of Santa Cruz, CA, and with Silicon Valley tech in their bikes, we can expect a more connected ride, and a continuous focus on how to make the ride more enjoyable.

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