Colombian Police Go Electric with Zero Bikes

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Law enforcement agencies using electric motorcycles is definitely more than a simple fad, and we're glad to see more and more Police forces around the world gradually expanding their EV fleets. It's now time for the Police in Colombian capital Bogota to receive their lot of special Zero DS-based motorcycles.
According to Dealernews, this is the largest "authority" sale for Zero Motorcycles to date. These 100 bikes will be used for patrols, traffic enforcement and all daily policing actions.

The bikes delivered to the Bogota Police Department are derived from the Zero DS model. They come with a range up to 112 miles and a top speed around 80 mph, have received special Police paint, and force-specific accessories, such as sirens and LED lights.

This deal greatly surpasses the 59-bike sale Zero made to the Hong Kong PD earlier.
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