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Its all about the range! We wanted to build the world’s longest range electric bike with full fairing weather protection for our commuter customer base. “ZEV’s LRC15 remains the e-scoot distance and speed champion” (NEWATLAS Jan, 2017)

The LRC stands alone as the world’s only production touring class electric motor scooter. Designed for long daily commuting up to 185 miles on a charge, the LRC is equipped with full fairing for inclement weather conditions, comfortable “all day” two-person seating, and large under-seat and in dash compartments all hurled down the road with 11 kw, 12.2, or 15 kw motors.

Below are the ZEV LRC Models :

    40.2 hp / 30 Kw super scooter.  While designed primarily for long range in econ or highway mode, the hard lunging acceleration in performance mode has to be experienced.  It astounds everyone who rides the bike.
  • LRC 15 – STANDARD CONFIGURATION –MAXIMUM POWER OPTION – 15 kw output for mountainous terrain and higher acceleration. 36 MOSFET count controller  Same range as the 11 kw motor if driven at the same speeds (but its hard to resist twisting the throttle to feel that torque roll on).
  • LRC 11 Kw – EEC LEGAL LIMIT OPTION –  For Europe -This option allows the ZEV to fit within the EEC 11 kw class limit for lower rated riders. LRC 6 –  COST SAVER OPTION –  For the customer who wants a large touring style scooter, but who does not need the range of the 10 Kwh pack.  This is the same motor package as the 11 kw bike, but with a smaller 6 Kwh lithium battery package instead of the larger 10 Kwh pack.  The range drops to 80 m at 55 mph and 50 m at 70 mph.
  • LRC 6 – COST SAVER OPTION – For the customer who wants a large touring style scooter, but who does not need the range of the 10 Kwh pack. This is the same motor package as the 11 kw bike, but with a smaller 6 Kwh lithium battery package instead of the larger 10 Kwh pack. The range drops to 80 m at 55 mph and 50 m at 70 mph.

The ZEV is in a class by its own. No other electric bike compares to the value of the ZEV.



NEWATLAS magazine said “–consider BMW’s C-Evolution, more or less the only “mainstream” e-scoot since the death of Vectrix – but only claims 100 miles’ worth of max range. The ZEV smashes it. ”

  • The ZEV has 1.8 times the range of the BMW.
  • The ZEV has more than 3 times more storage space than the BMW.
  • The ZEV costs less than the BMW.
  • The ZEV is faster than the advertised speed of the BMW by 21 kmh / 13 mph.
  • The ZEV does not have the belt and sprocket drive wear and maintenance points of the BMW.
  • The ZEV has 150% faster charging rate than the BMW.
  • The seat height of the ZEV is only 28 inches / 711 mm compared to the 30 inches/ 780 mm of the BMW.
  • The ZEV has a much larger, more weather protection windscreen and front fairing protection.
  • The BMW is an incredibly heavy bike at 265 kg /  583 lbs.  Over 45 kg/100 lbs more heavy than the ZEV.

In short -The ZEV is lighter, faster, longer range, more storage, more weather proof, lower seat, less maintenance points, and twice the range of the BMW at a lower cost.


  • ZERO estimates its range from dyno test runs.  ZEV determines its range from actual on the highway driving on USA east coast highway driving.
  • The ZEV LRC-X has 68% more highway range over the ZERO DSR with the power tank at  the same speed 55 mph.
  • The ZEV motor has 2.5 X the torque of the ZERO motor.
  • The ZEV has a bigger battery charger in kw by 38% for a faster charge.
  • The ZERO lacks the vast storage space of the ZEV and he hauling ability.
  • The ZEV has a 3 inch lower seat height than the ZERO.
  • The ZEV seat is a big roomy seat with room for two people to ride comfortably.
  • The ZERO lacks the full fairing weatherproofing of the ZEV.
  • Documented by owner/rider in Russia, the ZEV with 25% less battery capacity than a 12 kw ZERO, ran 35% more distance.
  • In the 2016 Vetter Challenge, the ZEV LRC ran less watts per mile power consumption than either of the two ZERO based streamliners in the competition and completed the 130 mile run as did the streamliners which each had larger battery packages.

Automatic display ambient light compensation. The lights are brighter in the day when glare makes your panel more difficult to read.

On the right is a trip timer which resets at the start of each trip. The odometer is at the bottom right.

High power, high visibility, brilliant LED tail light and turn signals that are visible for 45 degrees off center for enhanced safety at night. These photos are tail light and turn signal on (left photo) , tail light only, right photo — and the brake is not on!

Brilliant LED daylight driving lights for maximum recognition.

Huge under-seat storage. Deeper in the back, the box goes under the seat latch and can handle full face helmets.

Big enough to load for a trip. (Note the small side compartments in this large box) 62 liter capacity. More storage in the front under the handlebars. Two compartments in total in the front, plus under seat storage.

The charging time for the standard LRC 15 is 5 hours on 120 volt home current (home with 20 A breaker) The LRC-X requires 7 hours. All chargers have the ability to switch between 120 and 220 voltage (with a plug adapter) which allows 10% faster charging. All chargers are stand alone, not built into the body chargers.High Amp fast chargers to 27 amps are available, but will not work on any power source except 220 volt. These reduce the charging time to 1/2 standard or 2.5 hours on the LRC15 and 3.5 hours on the LRC-X. The battery pack on the LRC is an industry leading 10 kwh and 12.4 in the LRC-X. This photo of a customer LRC-15 in construction shows the size of the battery pack. 28 battery cells with each cell having 100 ah.

Unique in the world of motor scooters, the LRC uses a double rail chassis of large OD tubing to form the chassis. The rest of the world generally uses a single tube to form the side rails of the chassis, or even just one single backbone tube.

The LRC then further makes the chassis rigid by making the battery box a stressed member of the chassis in effect boxing and gusseting the already very strong tube chassis. This is the secret of the ZEV handling qualities. Many assume a motor scooter cannot get down in the twisties and run with the motorcycles. It can if it is built for that ability like a ZEV.

Designed for easy service and trouble shooting, the LRC has all of its electronics, power cables, power converters, and main connections in one easy to access area at the front of the seat. A gas lift strut keeps the seat up for hands free access.

Reverse / back up control is built into the throttle control body. The round, red button pushes in and locks for reverse to help you handle the bike if needed.

The LRC hub motor is mounted in a very long swing arm with the pivot point right under the rider’s seat plus gas shocks for the smoothest and most controllable ride possible.

The LRC is a big bike with a 69.75 inch wheelbase. This is 6 inches longer than a Harley Davidson Super Glide wheelbase. The goal was a big roomy bike for large people and to make the bike comfortable for that long run. It only has a 28 inch high seat height making it easy to manage for for all size riders. The bike also has a reverse function to aid riders.

Dual 260 mm front brakes with rear brake size single 240 mm. The photo below shows the brakes. This bike also has the optional dark tint front windshield.

Optional charging ports for charging phones, laptops, or running heated riding clothing in the under seat or main front compartment.

94 mph design speed rated tires, 150 mph test speed. (P Type) for maximum safety. Load capacity index of 60, 531 lbs (241 kg) each.

The LRC-X has a different voltage display from the standard LRC given its 120 volts at full charge (charging at 130 volts).

The LRC-X has a little less storage under the seat at 59 liters. Still huge by comparison to any other bikes with only the front few inches occupied by battery and electronics compared to the standard LRC.

The Interstate is where this bike excels. Tested on long mountain down grades to push beyond normal operation, the bike was tested at speeds of +95 mph where it tracks flawlessly. The big full fairing and windshield make the bike track well at high speeds without buffeting.

The LRC is not just fast, it is has strong torque with the ability to climb steep inclines such as in the videos below where the slope ranges to +40 degrees in sections of the hill.



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