Can you ride the Zero FX on an A2 licence?

Yes, you can ride the Zero FX (2019 onwards) on an A2 motorbike licence. There is no restriction required, as the motorcycle is fully A2 licence compliant!

Zero FX (2019 onwards) motorcycle

Zero FX (2019 onwards)

The Zero FX is another electric dual-sport motorcycle made by the famous American manufacturer. Compared to the Zero DSR, which is sort of an adventure bike, the FX model is rather an off-road bike with lights and turn signals.

It is powered by the “Z-force Powertrain” engine and the battery range of the motorcycle is claimed to be around 28 miles (on motorway).

You can choose from two different battery options. The base model with the ZF3.6 Modular battery is cheaper and has a shorter battery range, while the ZF7.2 battery model will give you a longer range, but it will also increase the weight of the bike.

What makes the Zero FX motorcycle a great option for off-road riding is its lightweight construction (131 kg) and single-speed transmission. The fact that you don’t have to shift gears will make your rides much more enjoyable and effective.

Without a doubt, the Zero FX is a great electric dual-sport bike that can compete with some of the most powerful gas-powered bikes in the category. You can either take it to the town, or ride it off the road, it’s up to you. But, you will surely have a lot of fun while riding it.

A2 Licence Compliance

The Zero FX is a 12V / 0cc A2-friendly bike. It has a power output of 33 kW (44 bhp), which is within the 35 kW (47 bhp) limit needed for an A2 licence. No restriction is required, as the bike is fully A2 licence compliant.

Engine typeElectric
Engine strokesBattery-Powered
Engine size12V / 0cc
Power output33 kW
Torque output78 ft-lb
Top speed85 mph
Horsepower44 bhp
Weight131 kg
Seat height881 mm
Front tyre size90/90-21
Rear tyre size120/80-18
Fuel tank size3.6 kWh / 0 litres
Fuel tank range28 miles
Fuel consumption7.5 mpg
Annual road tax£0
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