Battery-Powered motorcycles hit Denver streets

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All electric motorcycles have hit the streets of Denver, so expect to see one zooming by you on the highway soon. Zero Motorcycles are battery-powered bikes. They can go up to 70 miles an hour. They plug right into your home outlet, and take about 4 hours to charge. One charge will get you 25- 50 miles, depending on the model and the size of the rider. Paula took one for a ride, and thought it was easy to operate. To take your own test drive visit  GrandPrixMotorSports.com