With a claimed “combined” city/highway range of just 52 miles, the FXS ZF6.5 is intended for urban shenanigans or hot laps, like the ones we enjoyed up and down the mountain passes near Alice’s, using the supermoto design to its full potential. Thank God for the bite given by the stock 17-inch Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tires, because the roads were still greasy from the torrential downpour the night before. The 16-mile loop up and down the 2,400-foot twisty mountain roads at speed drained the battery enough to warrant a modular battery quick swap (did I mention a top speed of 82 mph?), which allowed us to do another hot lap in reverse, much to the chagrin of the local bicyclists flogging themselves up King’s Mountain, who asked with a smile what we were riding when we stopped for more pictures. This was, after all, Silicon Valley, home to green tech and a squillion Teslas.