The Zero X is a silent, all-electric dirt bike that runs on lithium-ion batteries instead of gas. The the California-based Zero Motorcycles has started selling these bikes for $6900. Google co-founder Larry Page bought one. The company also has a street-legal commuter bike in the works, which should be released in the coming months. This bike will be slightly larger and more powerful than the Zero X. The commuter version will be a competitor to Brammo Motorsports' commuter bike, the Enertia which sells for $11,995. (See our...

Originally from TreeHugger on August 2, 2007, 9:23am

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