Zero Motorcycles launched a special, limited-edition DSR in celebration of its 15th anniversary. In commemoration of Earth Day, $500 from each special, limited-edition motorcycle sold will be given directly to the National Forest Foundation. The campaign is designed around Zero Motorcycle’s continued effort to help to preserve Earth’s natural treasures, and to encourage customers to spend more time outside.
As the pinnacle electric motorcycle build for dual-sport adventures, lack of noise and exhaust position the DSR as the perfect vehicle for riders to experience the world around them. The limited-edition DSR is available in five, nature-inspired colors.
“Zero was founded with a passion for off-road motorcycles that could be ridden in the Santa Cruz Mountains. It has been our mission to transform the riding experience with pure electric vehicles, and a passion for conservation is deeply rooted in our DNA,” said Sam Paschel, Zero Motorcycles CEO. “Our bikes are an incredible way to experience off-road riding, including in America’s National Forests, and we stand with the National Forest Foundation in their mission to guarantee access to those lands for future generations.”
The proceeds of the donations from these limited edition DSR units will be divided between National Forest Foundation projects that improve, restore, and make ecologically sustainable trail systems for powersports enthusiasts across the country. These projects are aligned with Zero’s vision for increased access to America’s public lands for riders everywhere.
“We are excited and grateful to partner with Zero Motorcycles on projects to improve outdoor experiences and restore our National Forests. Our public lands are amazing places to explore and recreate and we appreciate a commitment to help us steward them from an innovative company like Zero,” said Dayle Wallien, conservation partnerships director for the National Forest Foundation.
The special edition DSR lineup will be available for order in limited quantities starting today, while supplies last, through all US Zero Motorcycle dealers. These 15th Anniversary models are powered by the heralded Z-Force 75-7 motor capable of 116 ft.-lb. of torque, 70 hp, a top speed of 102 mph, and up to 163 miles of range per charge and sell for $15,495.
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