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Zero Motorcycles partners with Peter Stevens Motorcycles in Australian comeback. Will we see their electric dirtbike return?

Zero Motorcycles, a provider of electric motorcycles and powertrains, based in Santa Cruz, California is on a “Countdown to Zero,” in anticipation of its return to Australia this summer, bigger and better than ever. Zero Motorcycles in Australia has partnered with motorcycle industry giant, Peter Stevens Motorcycles, to distribute and retail its complete range of electric motorcycles, parts, accessories, and apparel.

“Australia’s electric vehicle demand is ramping up as the nation’s charging infrastructure rapidly expands, as does availability of exciting new products like Zero’s,” said Zero Motorcycles Director of International Expansion, Adrian O’Donoughue. “The powerful partnership between Zero Motorcycles and Peter Stevens will enable enthusiasts to access an established and reputable network of authorised dealers from coast to coast.”

Operating for over 50 years, Peter Stevens Motorcycles is a trusted and iconic retail name. Their market-leading team will seamlessly integrate Zero Motorcycles into its portfolio of other category-leading motorcycle brands. Peter Stevens stores will sell Zero’s products in NSW, VIC, SA, and WA. Additional dealers spanning all states will be appointed and announced in the coming months.

Peter Stevens Motorcycles CEO, Darren Munro stated “Zero Motorcycles is a great fit for our business model and brand expansion. Our leadership strongly believes electric motorcycles are an inevitable development in the long term future of Australian motorcycling and we are passionate about being a leader in the way of the future. Zero is a pioneer and the clear leader in the EV space, boasting the most advanced technology and diverse model range available in the world makes us highly enthusiastic to be their Australian partner.”

Zero Motorcycles Australian range will include dual-sport (on/off-road) models: DSR/X, DSR, DS, FX; and street models: SR/S, SR/F, SR, S, FXE. Pricing will be released closer to when bikes are available to customers this summer.