Zero Motorcycles made its first appearance at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nev., displaying its TTXGP electric race bike.

The SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show is the world’s largest automotive aftermarket and tuner trade shows,  with all the flash and bang befitting its setting in Vegas.

Zero used the stage to showcase its racebike. Developed by  Zero and K-Squared racing,the Zero bike competed in the TTXGP North American series’ TTX75 restricted-power class. K-Squared manager and rider, as well as Zero engineer Kenyon Kluge was on hand at SEMA to address visitors and answer questions.

“SEMA is the gateway to innovation in the auto industry and we couldn’t pass up theopportunity to showcase our electric race motorcycle in the International Rectifier Booth,” says Kluge. “Zero’s vast product line continues to innovate in the motorcycle industry and by showcasing our technology at SEMA it opens us up to a new audience as well.”

Our sister site is in Las Vegas right now covering the SEMA show and they passed along these live photographs of the Zero race bike. For more coverage of the SEMA show, visit

[Source: Zero, Photos by Joe Magro]