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Zero is throwing out hints at a totally new electric motorcycle on 2-25-2019, the SR-F

 

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From Zero 

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“More than a new model, the Zero SR/F is an entirely new platform. Zero SR/F combines cutting-edge technology with the most powerful drivetrain Zero has ever produced. The result is the most integrated, premium, and high performance electric motorcycle the company has ever created. The Zero SR/F provides an effortlessly powerful experience in the naked street bike category. Further details of the Zero SR/F will be unveiled worldwide on February 25, 2019.”

Front teaser pic 

Zero-SR F-headlight.jpg

 

At first glances, the SR-F appears to have a new four segment LED headlight, a larger than normal faux fuel tank for Zero, which could hold extra battery space or a controller or even a charger. I also see a larger than normal coil over shock. 

 

Zero has to be getting ready for whatever Harley Davidson's Livewire turns out to be , and it's good to see them still innovating instead of resting on the SR platform. 

 

I look forward to seeing more on 2-25-19. 

 

 

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mjh937

I bet you could buy two Zeros for the price of the Harley.  I sat on a Zero at a motorcycle show a couple of years ago and was surprised how heavy it was.  I would love to ride one though.   

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Beemer

They're just too damned noisy! 😉

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rider
7 hours ago, Beemer said:

They're just too damned noisy! <img src=">

Simple fix.  Just get an aftermarket exhaust system.

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bornagainbiker
2 hours ago, rider said:

Simple fix.  Just get an aftermarket exhaust system.

And don't forget to pick up a quickshifter while you're at it.

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Beemer
On ‎2‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 8:44 PM, bornagainbiker said:

And don't forget to pick up a quickshifter while you're at it.

I heard they tend to stay in one gear without one. 😉

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bornagainbiker
7 hours ago, Beemer said:

I heard they tend to stay in one gear without one. 😉

The quickshifter is much like the aftermarket exhaust:  not applicable. 

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Beemer
3 hours ago, bornagainbiker said:

The quickshifter is much like the aftermarket exhaust:  not applicable. 

But it looks cool, man!

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e30kawi
On 2/10/2019 at 4:55 PM, rider said:

Simple fix.  Just get an aftermarket exhaust system.

Would that new exhaust be new headphones or a Bluetooth speaker mounted on the handle bars?

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robbo10
3 hours ago, e30kawi said:

Would that new exhaust be new headphones or a Bluetooth speaker mounted on the handle bars?

Having speakers inside helmets would do it (choose your bike!). No need to trouble the public. Mind you, we would not pass by in total silence - there is still wind and tyre noise, and a delicious whine presumably. 

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rider
13 hours ago, e30kawi said:

Would that new exhaust be new headphones or a Bluetooth speaker mounted on the handle bars?

Pinto beans, pickled eggs and beer.  Then wait ...

If you're going to ride, replace the beer with vegetable or fruit juice. 

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yamahazaki

God, I really should get a Zero for my next bike.  I moved recently and it turns out where I moved to isn't as fun as my old neighborhood for riding.  I went from back-country farm and industrial roads with no cars to middle class suburbs (did it for the high rated school district for the kids) with busy ass main streets which is a huge bummer, so I'm thinking of selling all 3 motorcycles and just having a zero for whenever I feel like getting on 2 wheels.

 

Its been 7 months since I moved and I must've only put a total of 50 miles across all 3 bikes.  So sad.

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