Zero XU Tracker By Colt Wrangler Motorcycles

May 2, 2018

Category: Rides

Zero Motorcycles makes some seriously killer electric bikes – really, we’re big fans. But that doesn’t mean they can’t be improved upon. In fact, Colt Wrangler Motorcycles has done just that with their Zero XU electric street tracker.

As there are no engine parts to show off on an electric bike, customizing one to look this good is especially hard. Still, without going off the rails, Colt Wrangler has managed beautifully. This bike’s bodywork is made from hand-formed aluminum with a digital gauge laid into the false tank. Other upgrades include a new rear wheel, a shortened tail end, LED lighting (we love that front-end offset shield-headlight), and some cleaned up wiring. This handsome eco-friendly bike is another brilliant piece of proof that, sometimes, less is more. [H/T: BIKE EXIF]

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