A portion of sales of a limited-edition DSR benefits the National Forest Foundation in honor of Earth Day and projects that improve, restore, and make ecologically sustainable trail systems, while a partnership with EagleRider promotes electrification with rentals as ‘extended demo rides.’
On Earth Day (April 22nd) 2021, Zero Motorcycles launched a limited-edition DSR in celebration of its 15th anniversary. And in commemoration of Earth Day, it also announced that $500 from each special motorcycle sold will be given directly to the National Forest Foundation.
The company says that the campaign is designed around its continued effort to help to preserve Earth’s natural treasures and encourage customers to spend more time outside. It bills the special DSR — available in five nature-inspired colors — as the perfect vehicle for riders to experience the world around them and the pinnacle electric motorcycle build for dual-sport adventures, lack of noise, and exhaust position.
The 15th-anniversary models are powered by the Z-Force 75–7 motor capable of 116 lb·ft (157 N·m), 70 hp (52 kW), a top speed of 102 mph (164 km/h), up to 163 mi (262 km) of range per charge, and sell for $15,495.
“Zero was founded with a passion for off-road motorcycles that could be ridden in the Santa Cruz Mountains,” said Sam Paschel, Zero Motorcycles’ CEO. “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. Our bikes are an incredible
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