Zero Motorcycles Offering Discount for Student Riders, Instructors, Military, and First Responders

Aug 19, 2016 View Comments by

2016 Zero DS

Zero Motorcycles is offering up to $500 off the price of a new Zero for student riders, riding school instructors, members of the military, and first responders. Riders can receive $500 off a Zero S, Zero DS, Zero SR or Zero DSR; or $250 off a Zero FX or Zero FXS at the time of purchase.

While Zeros are high-performance motorcycles, they are also all direct drive (meaning no clutch or gears), a perk for some new riders and for instructors who want to impart important safety skills without the added complications of noise, shifting, or clutch work.

First responders in more than 80 police and parks departments across the U.S. are using Zero motorcycles. Thanks to the company’s new Recognition Program, officers can now enjoy all these benefits “outside the office,” at a discount.

“Zero motorcycles offer ease of riding, quietness in urban environments, and almost zero maintenance,” says San Jose State University [CA] police officer Paul Marshall. “They’re environmentally friendly but capable of the same job as fossil fuel motorcycles. All you need to do is make sure your tires are aired up, batteries charged, and off you go!

Additionally, all riders can save 10 percent with the Federal tax credit. Certain states offer additional incentives. To learn more, visit


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