Zero was designed by a brilliant mountain bike innovator and outperforms enertia. Without road registration, electric bikes are legally analogous to bicycles. It's an inexpensive commute vehicle. Soon many company extension cords will be running to the parking lot.
With no gauge or lights on the Zero, $7400 seems steep.
Just a matter of time before Razor comes out with larger versions of their battery powered minibikes.
Folks with a suspended license could have bought one with their legal fee. The early adopters of nifty technology covers the R&D cost. With a spirited 35MPG on 9r I'm not in a hurry to buy expensive batteries.
It's going to be a loooong wait for razor, since that's not their market. Their top model only goes 14mph with no suspension.