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The Zero SR/F... like you’ve never seen before

Zero Motorcycles gave a new SR/F to custom bike builder Hugo Eccles at UMC, and the final result is stunning.

The Zero SR/F is one of the most legitimate-looking and performing electric motorcycles on the market today, but UMC custom shop has just revealed a sleeker, stealthier, and more attractive machine at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2019. 

This unique machine is called the UMC-063 ZERO XP | EXPERIMENTAL 2020 Zero SR/F.

According to UMC: ‘The ZERO XP is an experimental electric bike that explores the future of motorcycle design. The XP’s core is a machined aerospace-grade aluminum powertrain that contains the batteries, charger, and motor. The 14.4kW motor produces 140ftlb/190Nm of torque (almost 40% more than a Ducati Panigale), capable of accelerating the XP to 124mph/200kph with a single twist of the wrist’

Full Specification

Length: 80” / 204cm

Width: 27” / 68cm

Height: 39” / 98cm

Seat: 30” / 76cm

Weight: 481lbs / 218kg

Range: 80-160mi / 130-260km

Speed: 124mph / 200kmh

Bodywork

• Custom-designed, CNC’d polymer panels with frosted polycarbonate edges

• Custom seat, upholstered in ultrasuede, UMC tag

• Custom CNC’d 6061 aerospace aluminum seat shell, nose and bellypan

• Custom CNC’d 6061 aerospace aluminum fork brackets

• Aerospace Material Specification ‘Ghost Grey’ experimental aircraft paint

Frame & Suspension

• Zero SR/F frame, modified

• Showa SFF-BP 43mm self-balancing forks, adjustable preload, compression, rebound, modified

• Twin 320mm NG floating front discs with dual J.Juan 4-pot calipers

• Zero SR/F 3.50 x 17” cast alloy front wheel

• Showa GK01 monoshock with piggyback reservoir

• 240mm rear disc with J.Juan single-pot floating caliper

• Zero SR/F 5.50 x 17” cast alloy rear wheel, Gates Carbon Drive belt

• Pirelli Diablo Superbike race tires (180/60-17 rear, 120/70-17 front)

Drivetrain

• Zero ‘ZF75-10’ 102v, 900A electric motor with clutchless direct drive

• Zero ‘ZF14.4 Power Pack’ containing 112 Li-ion NMC cells, 102v nominal (116v peak), 14.4 kW/h

• Relocated & customized Zero 3.0 kW charger unit

Controls

• Custom CNC’d top bracket with integrated speedometer and dot matrix display

• Custom clip-on bars, with internal electronic throttle

• Motogadget Motoscope Mini LED display, integrated into custom top bracket

• Dot matrix ‘D/N’ display, integrated into custom top bracket

• Custom-molded grips

• Ruffy 5-way thumb joystick with custom-molded rubber cover

• ISR brake master with integrated switches, internally wired

• Goodridge Sniper 2 braided stainless steel brake lines

• Custom CNC’d 6061 aluminum footrest brackets with ABS heel guards

About Untitled Motorcycles

UMC was founded in 2010 - at the beginning of the new cafe racer scene. 

Since then, founders Adam and Hugo have built over 100 custom bikes for clients around the world from their workshops in London and in San Francisco - including commissions for brands like Ducati, Triumph, Moto Guzzi and Yamaha. 

How would you rate this custom machine? 

Let us know in the comments below.

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