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Zero Motorcycles has increased the range and added anti-lock (ABS) braking, tire and suspension upgrades to its 2015 lineup of electric motorcycles. Several law enforcement agencies in northern California have purchased Zero cycles.

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Calif. Agencies Beefing Up Electric Motorcycle Use

Eckhaus Fleet has supplied 30 to 40 Zero Motorcycles products to local police departments throughout Central California. Another 70 motorcycles have been ordered. The Ceres Police Department has taken delivery of three Zero cycles.

Electric Motorcycles on Patrol

While it's unlikely that all-electric cars will replace their gasoline-powered counterparts for law enforcement patrol duty, smaller electric vehicles have made inroads into police fleets.

Calif. College Purchases Electric Motorcycles

A northern California community college has added two electric motorcycles to help the agency's patrol fleet meet sustainability goals. Foothill–De Anza Community College in Los Altos Hills purchased two 2013 Zero DS Police Motorcycles.

LAPD Testing Electric Motorcycles

The Los Angeles Police Department has begun testing two electric motorcycles to increase efficiency, decrease its carbon footprint, and cut costs, reports the Associated Press.

Sebastopol Police Uses Electric Motorcycle for Patrol

Equipped with lights and sirens, an electric motorcycle designed by Sgt. Mike Nielsen is used to patrol trails, parks, and schools and respond to emergency calls for service or backup across Sebastopol, Calif.