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Zero Motorcycles Demonstrates Electric Motorcycle Technology to U.S. Secretary of Transportation

Zero Motorcycles, a leader in electric motorcycle manufacturing, announced that U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood received a personal demonstration of Zero’s 2011 electric motorcycle product line. The program was held in conjunction with the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation 2011 (APEC) Senior Officials Meeting being held this week in San Francisco.

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Zero Motorcycles, a leader in electric motorcycle manufacturing, announced that U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood received a personal demonstration of Zero’s 2011 electric motorcycle product line. The program was held in conjunction with the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation 2011 (APEC) Senior Officials Meeting being held this week in San Francisco.

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Zero participated in the Innovative Technologies in Sustainable Transportation program hosted across the bay at FedEx Oakland Airport. Zero highlighted its electric motorcycle technology amid a wide variety of alternative fuel transportation solutions, including the Nissan Leaf, Honda Clarity, Chevy Volt, BMW Mini-E and Ford Focus EV.

“We are honored to be here and to see the interest from Secretary LaHood. Not only did he see the potential for these electric motorcycles, he was very encouraged by the green transportation jobs Zero Motorcycles is creating here in America,” said Jay Friedland, vice president of strategy and sustainability for Zero Motorcycles. “Our motorcycles are truly game-changing, and once you ride one, you immediately realize that electric motorcycles are here to stay. Our motorcycles are high-performance, fun to ride and the best part is, you can buy one today.”

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Zero says LaHood showed particular interest in efforts to extend Federal Tax credits for electric motorcycles. In a brief discussion with Zero staff, LaHood expressed support for seeing that these incentives remain available to consumers and help create more American jobs.

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