MAY 6, 2012 - INFINEON RACEWAY
1st thru 3rd goes to Zero Motorcycles
This summer marks the first time that a production electric motorcycle class exists and Zero Motorcycles was the first manufacturer to enter with four 2012 Zero S ZF9s. The class, known as the North America TTXGP eSuperstock, is only open to entrants who are piloting a production electric motorcycle. This means any owner of a stock 2012 Zero S could actually compete (as long as they have a racing license).
Not only did Zeros sweep the eSuperstock class, Zero Motorcycles actually took 1st through 3rd in the open class which included two specialized independent eSuperbike teams and a manufacturer's eSuperbike team. An impressive showing for Zero and, unlike the other competitors in the open class, you can actually own the winning motorcycles today. Sign up for a demo during our National Demo Day if you’re curious about how it would feel to ride one of these machines.
MAY 16, 2010 - INFINEON RACEWAY
Team Zero Agni took home top honors
Team Zero Agni took home top honors at the inaugural TTXGP and goes down in history as the first winner of a fully electric motorcycle championship series road race held in North America. The 11-lap duel took place last Sunday at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif., with accomplished rider Shawn Higbee emerging victorious on his Zero/Agni prepared motorcycle.
Zero Motorcycles supported two teams at the race. For video and pictures from each team’s race click on the links below.Videos, Pictures and More Information: