The big win for Zero here, though, is range. In “normal” use, half surface streets and half freeway cruising in the 70-mph range, the Zero made 60 miles with 15 percent charge remaining. As energy reserves got down to 25 percent, top speed began to be limited, and by that 15 percent, the Zero would only go 40 mph. The Brammo, meanwhile, never seemed to cut power even when showing just 3 percent charge remaining, but its range tended to be more like 40–45 miles in the same mixed riding. Perhaps the best information we can give you regarding range is this: On an identical 34-mile ride, the Zero’s gauge showed 37 percent of its charge left versus the Brammo’s 18 percent.