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webfi- Zero CTO on the future of two-wheeled EVs



TechCrunch caught up with Zero Motorcycles’ CTO Abe Askenazi to learn what new designs and tech breakthroughs are on the horizon for electric motorcycles.

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11 Comments

  • Ink Tonic on March 23, 2017

    How much?!

  • Dani Timnev on March 23, 2017

    the most "California" product ever

  • godfatherNYC on March 23, 2017

    Pretty sweet pricing, really. And it will continue to get a little better. Very cool!

  • alukardFE on March 23, 2017

    Great price

  • KEEPMOVN on March 24, 2017

    eight tha.. to fifteen th… ill get a real bike instead thank you

  • Underlordtico on March 24, 2017

    If they've been using the same battery chemistry for the last few years when they finally do update to a new one the change should be substantial. Can't wait, in the next 3 years the EV market seems to positioned to make a huge splash, lots of advancements.

  • dwc1964 on April 8, 2017

    The DSR with the windscreen and bags are the closest thing I've seen to what I'm looking for. If the topcase were big enough to fit two full-face helmets (or helmet + jacket, or grocery bags), and the side bags were big enough to carry a weekend's worth of clothes and sundries and possibly rain gear, and … well the windscreen looks alright, but I'm spoiled by my BMW's electrically-adjustable screen, but compromises … and fully loaded could take me for a weekend in Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa or Sacramento, and mostly loaded could take me round-trip around the Skyline-coast-return loop – then I'm all in. Fixing to sell my latest (2007 model) BMW RT and rent for my 2-3 long road trips, but still want a moto in the garage for local needs – and electric is definitely the tool for the job in San Francisco.

  • FDK on July 5, 2017

    The problem really is the combination of short range and slow recharge. If the battery recharged in 5 minutes then 100 miles of range would be perfectly OK. If the range was 400 miles then a 2 hour "fast" charge would be OK as you would rarely need it. But 100 miles range AND 2 hours of charge, that hurts.

  • johnny mars on May 28, 2018

    Cool bike but costs too much and goes too little. And what about RF radiation from that huge battery and motor between your legs? Will it fry your gonads?

  • bikebudha01 on October 15, 2018

    Hey Zero, make a fucking cruiser already.  Some of us have legs that are too long to 'tuck under' while we ride…  (Don't hate the tall people)

  • BigRich on March 28, 2019

    To bad it's so expensive

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