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We are very happy to share some big news today with all of our loyal customers, supporters, and fans!

Today we are psyched to announce that we have completely finished with our redesign of vipcycle.com, from the ground up, with features aimed at enhancing usability and user experience.  Improvements include, a hot new look, featuring a lighter white washed design and background which makes it a lot easier to view product details better, putting a lot less strain on everyone’s eyes.  We have vastly upgraded the security of vipcycle from all angles, including adding a high level security grade SSL certificate which features stronger encryption, so your personal info and payment details will always be 100% safe and secure.  We have also added a cool tool which helps zoom in easier than before, on seeing any particular details of a product image that you might want to get a closer look at.  We’ve also added larger images and a live chat feature, to help you effortlessly contact us any time of the day with questions or concerns you may have about an order, a certain motorcycle part or a particular motorcycle accessory.  One of the best changes we’ve made however, has been in how we process and handle returns.  We’ve made it a lot easier to submit a return claim and we have also extended our return policy to 30 days.  Last but not least, we now back all of our purchases with a 30 day money back guarantee!  and offer free shipping on every order shipped within the USA-amazing or what?!

Whether your a new customer, old customer, one of our many fans, or a motorcycle enthusiast, we invite you to come check out the new and improved vipcycle.com, as we have many great items like mirrors, grips, and turn signals in stock for a variety of brands including Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha.  As an added bonus, use the coupon code: newvip, and we’ll take off 25% off your order! Hurry though, as this sale won’t last.

        Have you heard about Zero motorcycles?  Zero motorcycles, is a fairly new company based in the US, that manufactures electric motorcycles.  I’m not talking about those little scooters that are made in China, that you usually see restaurant delivery boys whizzing around traffic with-especially in different parts of NYC.  Looking at the company website, the bikes that they manufacture look pretty bad ass.  They have 5 models right now, which include a “Streetfighter,” a motocross bike, an “Urban Crosser”, and a dual sport bike.  Prices range from roughly $9,000 and up.

       The all new 2013 Zero S, is a big step up from its predecessor.  It features 54 horsepower and 68 lb-ft of torque.  The motor and battery are an all new design. The brush-less electric motor is maintenance-free and air cooled which means it does not require liquid cooling, so that means less plumbing, and as an added plus, it shaves some weight off the motorcycle as well.  There is also no clutch and no gears, making it simple to use for novice riders.  The Zero S weighs 355 pounds-similar to the weight of a 250cc-class sport bike.  Once running, you can select one of two options- Sport or Eco mode.  What the bike lacks though is in its braking system, as it does not come with ABS, however, it will be available in the 2016 model.

Looks are important, and in that category, it ranks pretty high.  It has a sleek frame design which blends nicely with its black mirrors and clear turn signals.

Performance wise, it can reach a top speed on 95mph, however at that speed and for a significant amount of time, the battery does tend to drain quicker than normal.  The Zero S has a range of 64 miles combined highway/city on a full charge.  Charging ranges from 6hrs to 3hrs based on whether you have the quick-charge accessory or not.  The typical cost to recharge the bike comes to an amazing 90 cents.  A full charge is equivalent to 463mpg city and 236mpg highway. With gas prices going up the way they’ve been, it makes sense from an economic perspective.

Finally, it comes in at a starting price of $13,995.  A little high for its class, but it pretty much pays for itself from all the money you save from not having to fill up at the gas station.  Plus, all you eco nuts get to feel proud that your not polluting the environment.

Overall, its got a lot of pros and a few things they still need to work on, but it definitely is an impressive piece of machinery.

Wow, my first blog, where do I begin?  I’d like to first welcome everyone to my blog, vipcycle, and thank you all for stopping by!

This blog’s purpose is to entertain, educate, and maybe even inspire, while being a forum for different ideas, trends, the latest news, tips, and thoughts on everything that has to do with motorcycles and the cool people that ride them.  So, once again, nice to meet you all and if have a moment, stop by and check out www.vipcycle.com, to see all the great motorcycle parts and motorcycle accessories we have to offer!

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