Zero Motorcycles Launches All-New FXE Street Bike With U.S. National Demo Tour

Press Release | July 14, 2021

Zero Motorcycles is releasing the FXE in conjunction with a 20-stop nationwide demo tour in partnership with the Progressive International Motorcycle Show Outdoors.

This is a press release from Zero Motorcycles…

Santa Cruz, CA (July 13, 2021) – Zero Motorcycles, the worldwide leader in electric motorcycles and powertrains, today launched several new model year 2022 motorcycles headlined by the all-new FXE.

The futuristic FXE is available as part of a nationwide demo tour as well as for sale in any one of hundreds of licensed Zero Motorcycles dealerships worldwide.

Design and technology are at the forefront of the new model. Constantly pushing the boundaries in the motorcycle space, Zero chose to look outside the traditional powersports aesthetic and collaborated with the award-winning San Francisco-based design firm, HUGE Design, on what was initially a concept vehicle. Taking cues from consumer electronics industrial design, the FXE

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All-new Triumph Tiger 850 Sport to be launched in India tomorrow: Expected price, specs

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A couple of months ago, we were privy to the press conference wherein Triumph unveiled the Tiger 850 Sport globally. The officials did confirm that this Triumph is on its way to the Indian market real soon. Now that this is out of the way, Triumph India has revealed the date – February 9. The motorcycle will replace the 900. At least the base trims will be culled, making way for the more affordable 800. There is no change in the engine capacity, however, the tuning is lightly different – the 850 approaches a much more accessible performance bracket. This 3-cylinder engine makes 85hp of power and 82Nm – lower than the 900 by 10hp/5Nm. The gearbox is a slip and assist 6-speed unit. A quickshifter will be part of the accessories bin though. Speaking of which, there are more than 100 genuine accessories

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UK’s Isle of Wight to host all-new road race festival

On an island known for its remarkable coastline and just two hours from central London door to door, the Diamond Races is set to take place on a 12.4 mile-long course in the south of the Isle of Wight. Shining a spotlight on the island’s natural beauty and on roads already acclaimed as being some of the best and most enjoyable in the world, the road-race boasts a course through the picturesque villages of Chale, Kingston, Shorwell and Brighstone as well as a fast 5-mile coastal stretch along the military road.

The new race meeting will be run under the strict event regulations stipulated by the sports’ governing body, the ACU (Auto Cycle Union), through which all UK motorcycle sport is administered. With road safety at the heart of the Diamond Races, the organizers will strive to highlight the paramount importance of safe road use, with meticulous attention paid to

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