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Zero’s 2012 Model Lineup Exceeds 100 Mile Range

Zero Motorcycles recently announced its 2012 model line that includes a new powertrain, with models capable of exceeding 100 miles range, a power pack designed to last the life of the motorcycle and top reach speeds of up to 88 mph. Every model has been transformed to be faster, go further and, in the spirit of all two wheeled enthusiasts, to be more fun than ever before, according to the company.

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Zero Motorcycles recently announced its 2012 model line that includes a new powertrain, with models capable of exceeding 100 miles range, a power pack designed to last the life of the motorcycle and top reach speeds of up to 88 mph. Every model has been transformed to be faster, go further and, in the spirit of all two wheeled enthusiasts, to be more fun than ever before, according to the company.

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Zero Motorcycles plans to begin delivery of its complete 2012 model line in February 2012. This will mark the first time that a mass production electric motorcycle capable of exceeding 100 miles range will be available for consumers to own.

Zero’s new Z-Forcetm power pack uses a completely new battery cell chemistry and configuration that is up to 95% more energy dense and is rated to 3,000 complete charge cycles before hitting 80% capacity. This means that a Zero S could travel as much as 308,000 miles on its original power pack. All Zero’s on and off-road motorcycles leverage the new technology meaning that the power pack is designed to exceed the longevity expected of any conventional motorcycle. The result is a complete electric motorcycle line that offers owners exhilarating rides while saving on gas and virtually all routine powertrain maintenance.

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“The 2012 model line is truly game changing. It marks the first time in history that riders can actually own an electric motorcycle that is capable of exceeding 100 miles of range on a single charge,” said Scot Harden, VP of global marketing of Zero Motorcycles. “Every model in the lineup goes faster, further and is more fun than ever before. These are not concepts. In less than three months, riders can see and purchase 2012 models at authorized Zero Motorcycles dealers.”

For more information about Zero’s 2012 lineup, visit www.zeromotorcycles.com.

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