Droog Morphs A Zero Electric Moto Into A Post-Apocalyptic City Scrambler

In 2016, husband and wife team Max and Erica Droog burst onto the custom motorcycle scene with a weathered-looking, minimalistic yet aggressive one-off build. After said bike took first place at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Phoenix, the duo decided to establish Droog Moto Concepts and has been churning out Neo-futuristic scrambler builds ever since. The latest two-wheeler to receive Droog’s signature post-apocalyptic treatment is the “E-Fighter,” an electric city scrambler built around a Zero powertrain and chassis.

Making 46hp and 78ft-lbs of torque, the E-Fighter sports the now-Washington-based outfit’s hallmark boxy, angular tank cover, stubby scrambler-style saddle suspended on a one-off subframe, and beaked front fender and number board combo with an integrated LED headlight peeking through diagonal slits. The scrambled Zero boasts adjustable suspenders front and aft, including an inverted front-end with custom fork-guards and anodized preload adjusters. Resting in a set of custom Droog risers is the shop’s DM fat bars, which are outfitted with Motogadget bar-end indicators, CNC Racing bar-end mirrors, and a Rizoma Wave reservoir. The bike now rides on a set of spoked tubeless Excel Takasago MX rims shod in knobby Pirelli Scorpion Rally ribber, too. Like previous Droog projects, the E-Fighter is available for purchase and can be built to a customer’s desired specs, starting at $32,500.

Purchase: $32,500