ZERO, makers of what they call the "fastest, cleanest, lightest" green motorcycles, have announced a new model, called the ZERO S Supermoto Streetbike, which they plan to release next month.
The S is ZERO's first street-legal bike, with a top speed of 70 MPH and a light-weight aerospace-grade aluminum main frame and swing arm. The S will run up to 60 miles on a single charge, and according to the ZERO website, will cost less than one cent per mile to recharge. That ought to fit just abut anyone's budgie.
ZERO S will sell for $9950.00, plus $300 shipping in the U.S. and $1000 shipping to Europe. That may not fit everyone's budgie.