Source: press release | The US-based global market leader in full sized electric motorcycles, has introduced a range of leisurewear aimed at Zero riders and fans of the brand alike.

The apparel range consists of three new core T-shirt designs, two caps and a sweatshirt, while Zero has also worked with fellow Californians Roland Sands Design to create a Zero branded version of their fashionable ‘Walker’ riding jacket.

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The new ‘Logo,’ ‘100% Electric’ and ‘Adventure’ tees come in three colour options: Navy Heather, Light Grey and Black Heather, and are priced at £31.20 (inclusive of VAT). They are joined by two new caps, priced at £34.80, and join the existing Z-Force T-shirts (in long and short sleeve options) and Zero-branded sweatshirt. The RSD developed Walker jacket, priced at £386.40, is constructed from charcoal coloured top grain buffalo leather and is cut to provide maximum comfort while seated on the bike, while remaining stylish and comfortable off it.

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Commenting on the new clothing range, Zero Motorcycles UK Country Manager Dale Robinson said: “We’re delighted to offer this new clothing range through our expanding network of 14 dealerships in the UK and Ireland. Our customers are very passionate about the brand and the range gives them an opportunity to show off that passion with some cool designs that really embody our brand and its values.”

Zero Motorcycles’ range of 100% electric motorcycles starts at £8990 (after government rebate for plug in electric vehicles) for the light and agile FX and FXS models, and includes the critically acclaimed new, SR/F, which delivers class leading performance and an unprecedented combination of industry-leading power, control and connection from £16,490.

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