It’s not an exaggeration to say that millions of people around the world will take part in making Colorado Springs the epicenter of the motorsports world on Sunday during the running of the 91st Pikes Peak International Hill Climb when it roars up the fully-paved, 12.42 mile course with 156 turns at 8 a.m. (Mountain Time). […]
Schwarzenegger Rides a Zero
California Governor tests out Zero's 2010 product line
The Governor’s demonstration of Zero Motorcycles comes one week after the California State Government approved an all-new statewide rebate program that provides consumers with a greater incentive to purchase an electric motorcycle. The rebate gives consumers $1500 off the purchase of either a Zero S or DS motorcycle. When consumers combine this with the Federal Tax Credit the total cost savings is $2500.
“Zero electric motorcycles are very important technology and this is great for California because this is an ideal place to ride motorcycles,” says Governor Schwarzenegger. “I love the financial side of these motorcycles because they cost less then one cent per mile to operate and you get a 10% federal tax credit plus a California rebate of $1,500. That equates to a 25 percent price reduction making these electric motorcycles affordable for anybody, and Zero Motorcycles has developed the type of technology that will save us all by reducing greenhouse gasses while utilizing renewable energy.”