Unititled Motorcycles (UMC) are custom bike builders and have recently produced a custom version of electric bike Zero SR/F…and what a beauty it is!
UMC-063 Zero XP specs
- CNC’d polymer panels with frosted polycarbonate edges
- Custom seat, finished in suede
- CNC’d aluminum seat shell, nose and bellypan
- CNC’d aluminum fork brackets
- Aerospace-spec ‘Ghost Grey’ experimental aircraft paint
Frame & Suspension
- Modified Zero SR/F frame
- Showa SFF-BP 43mm self-balancing forks, fully-adjustable
- Twin 320mm NG floating front discs with dual J.Juan 4-pot calipers
- Showa GK01 monoshock with piggyback reservoir
- 240mm rear disc with J.Juan single-pot floating caliper
- Pirelli Diablo Superbike race tires (180/60 x 17 rear, 120/70 x 17 front)
- CNC’d top bracket with integrated speedo and dot matrix display
- Custom clip-on bars, with internal electronic throttle
- Motogadget Motoscope mini LED display, integrated into a one-off top bracket
- Custom-moulded grips
- Ruffy 5-way thumb joystick with custom-moulded rubber cover
- ISR brake master with integrated switches, internally wired
- Goodridge Sniper 2 braided stainless steel brake lines
- CNC’d aluminium footrest brackets with ABS heel guards
- Zero Cypher III display within the tank
- Modified Zero firmware
- Customised and relocated battery charger
- Keyless ignition
- Anodised aluminium RFID key fob
- Custom LED tail light array with integrated indicators
- Custom LED panel edges
- 4XLED twin headlights, mounted on winglets
Their creation is labelled as the UMC-063 Zero XP, which was taken from Zero SR/F based model of nearly £18K producing 110bhp and 140ftlb TQ out of its ZF75-10 electric motor powered by ZF14.4 Lithium-ion Battery.
Bike builders Hugo Eccles was given early access to the production bike prior to its release so that he could design and create this one of a kind electric power house.
It was recently shown at the Goodwood Festival of Speed with many changes made from the stock bike which include bodywork and frame, wiring, switchgear…in fact it looks totally different…and that’s how a custom bike should be.
Other changes are clip-ons bars with an internal electronic throttle, braided lines and Pirelli Diablo Superbike slicks tyres. Stark bodywork shows off the electric motor in all of its glory.
“This isn’t about novelty for novelty’s sake, or some nostalgic idea of the future,” Eccles said in a statement. “The goal is to celebrate this unique riding experience through an entirely new function-led aesthetic. If the Zero XP looks futuristic, it’s because electric motorcycles like the SR/F are the future.
“From the outset I knew that I didn’t want to hide the powertrain behind a fairing. I wanted to unapologetically celebrate the character of this motorcycle.”
Zero’s Brian Wismann, said: “We appreciate how [Hugo] works with a select group of brands on a few carefully-chosen projects. We’d been looking for the right opportunity to work together for a while and felt the SR/F was the perfect fit.
“Hugo is one of the most interesting designer-builders out there and it shows with the Zero XP. You can really see his industrial design perspective in every detail. He’s created something truly exceptional.”
Photos by Untitled Motorcycle