To celebrate its 15th anniversary and in honor of Earth Day 2021, Zero Motorcycles is launching a new limited edition DSR model. The special limited-edition DSRs come in five “nature-inspired colors.” The new colors are:
- Mojave (brown/grey),
- Snow (white); and
- Volcano (black).
Less than 100 specially painted machines will be produced. Each special limited edition model gets its power from Zero’s Z-Force 75-7 electric motor, which is capable of 116 ft-lb of torque, 70 HP, a top speed of 102 MPH, and up to 163 miles of range per charge.
Limited edition DSR and the National Forest Foundation
Even better is the fact that Zero will donate $500 from the sale of each of the limited edition DSRs to the National Forest Foundation. The National Forest Foundation will use the donated funds to improve, restore, and make ecologically sustainable trail systems for powersports enthusiasts across the country. Zero says that these types of projects align with its vision. One that calls for increasing rider’s access to America’s public lands.
According to Zero, the DSR assists the rider to better experience the world around them. The electric Zero DSR has no exhaust emissions. And it has a much smaller noise footprint than its internal combustion-engined counterparts. Zero believes that it’s this combination that makes a Zero DSR ideal for riding in and enjoying nature.
Zero Motorcycle and National Forest Foundation comments
Commenting on the new Zero limited edition DSR motorcycles, Zero Motorcycle CEO Sam Paschel said:
“Zero was founded with a passion for off-road motorcycles that could be ridden inthe Santa Cruz Mountains. 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 way to experience off-road riding, including in America’s National Forests, and we stand with the National Forest Foundation in their mission to guarantee access to those lands for future generations.”
The National Forest Foundation’s Conservation Partnerships Director, Dayle Wallien, is excited by the partnership:
“We are excited and grateful to partner with Zero Motorcycles on projects to improve outdoor experiences and restore our National Forests. Our public lands are amazing places to explore and recreate and we appreciate a commitment to help us steward them from an innovative company like Zero.”
The special limited edition DSR lineup is available for order in limited quantities through all Zero Motorcycle dealers starting today. Pricing for the limited edition DSRs starts at $15,495.
All photo credit: Zero Motorcycles