• Power: 110 horsepower at 5,000 rpm; 140 ft.-lbs of torque 
  • Range: Between 82 miles and 161 miles, depending on how you ride it; 200 mile range with Power Tank add-on 
  • Charge time: at standard speed: 4.5 hours for the Standard version; 2.5 hours for the Premium. If the 6kW rapid charge option is installed, it’s a claimed 1.8 hours for the Standard and 1.5 hours for the Premium. 
  • Price: $19,495 for the Standard; $21,495 for the Premium 

If you love a naked bike that doesn’t hide behind a bunch of plastic, the SR/F just might be the electric bike for you. Clearly, this is all down to personal preference, but I personally think the SR/F is the better looking of the two Zeros on this list. Obviously, your taste may be completely different, and that’s one of the beautiful things about motorcycling.  

It’s slightly less expensive, presumably because the two bikes are otherwise just about the same in terms of specs, only this one has less plastic. Curb weight for the SR/F is also 485 pounds for the Standard or 498 pounds for the Premium, while the SR/S is 505 pounds for the Standard and 516 pounds for the Premium.  

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