One aspect of this bike that really hit me: There is no maintenance. Sure, you can plan to replace the fork oil, brake fluid, brake pads, belt drive, and battery, but there are no oil changes, valve adjustments, spark-plug swaps, coolant dumps, air-filter changes…zero. If you’re like me and worry about those little valves buzzing around in used oil, can’t sleep at night due to stress about tight valves, and fret about how to get rid of used antifreeze, this maintenance-free aspect is quite relaxing. The Zero’s battery has a five-year warranty while the rest of the bike has a two-year policy. I like that confidence from a manufacturer.