The best electric motorcycles under $25,000

Like all motorcyclists who are looking for their next ride, we have a certain price category in mind. That’s exactly why I have a series of articles for them. Here is my list of the best electric motorcycles under $25,000.


In this article, we look at the best electric motorcycles for under $25,000 starting at $20,000 and give you a brief overview of what you would be buying. At the end is a spec comparison so you know how the performance of each motorcycle compares to one another.

Also, be sure to check out Electric motorcycles by manufacturer – 2020 Catalog

These are the best motorcycles for under $25,000:

  • Damon Hypersport HS
  • Energica Eva Ribelle
  • Zero SR/F
  • Zero SR/S

Quick reference

Damon Hypersport HSSport$24,955
Energica Eva RibelleNaked$22,160
Zero SR/F PremiumNaked$21,495
Zero SR/S PremiumSport$21,995

Damon Hypersport HS

The Damon Hypersport HS is certainly one of the best looking motorcycles out there and I don’t just mean electric motorcycles. I would go as far as to say that it is on par with the iconic Ducati brand which in my own opinion is the brand that produces the best looking motorcycles on our planet.

This bike is aimed towards the younger generation of riders (25 – 35) who like sporty looks and incredible speeds. The Damon Hypersport HS hosts a lot of interesting and innovative features like CoPilot™ and SHIFT™.

Hypersport HS specs

Top speed200+ mph / 322+ kph
0-60 mph< 3 seconds (claimed)
Range200 mi / 322 km
Wet weight440 lbs / 200 kg
Power215 hp / 160kW
Torque148 ft-lb / 200 Nm

Energica Eva Ribelle

The Energica Eva Rebille has some really badass looks that I would translate as “aggressive”. This would be perfect for those who aren’t really that into futuristic sportbikes. Still, the Eva Rebille has all the futuristic features that you would find on other electric motorcycles.

It’s basically a naked version of the Energica Ego and has the same performance minus some aerodynamics of course. It has 159 ft-lb of torque which is more than what most cages (cars) have today and a very comfy 145 hp along with it.

Eva Rebille specs

Top speed125 mph / 201 kph
0-60 mph< 3 seconds (claimed)
Range250 mi / 402 km
Wet weight585 lbs / 265 kg
Power145 hp / 108 kW
Torque159 ft-lb / 216 Nm

Zero SR/F Premium

Currently one of the only real naked electric bikes in production with performance matching those of gas naked bikes. The Zero SR/F Premium isn’t bad looking at all. This bike is probably the best at being sporty and commuter-friendly at the same time.

It has a decent amount of range if you add the extra power tank to it. The Premium version also comes with a 6kW integrated charger instead o the 3kW charger on the standard model. You can also get an additional 6kW charger that will have the battery at 95% after only 60 minutes.

SR/F Premium specs

Top speed124 mph / 200 kph
0-60 mphN/A
Range200 mi / 322 km*
Wet weight498 lbs / 226 kg
Power110 hp / 85 kW
Torque140 ft-lb / 190 Nm

*with power tank

Zero SR/S Premium

The Zero SR/S Premium and the naked version (SR/F Premium) both hold the fifth position in the category of electric motorcycles with the most torque at 140 ft-lb or 190 Nm. To put that into perspective, the 6-cylinder Honda Goldwing has 123 ft-lb or 167 Nm at its peak.

While you have more than enough torque, the SRS Premium also looks really good in its own way (especially in Cerulean Blue). In my opinion, the style of this bike says “let’s go fast, and let’s go far”. It kind of a blend between sport and tour styling on the first impression.

SR/S Premium specs

Top speed124 mph / 200 kph
0-60 mphN/A
Range200 mi / 322 km*
Wet weight516 lbs / 234 kg
Power110 hp / 85 kW
Torque140 ft-lb / 190 Nm

*with power tank

Spec comparison

Alright, now that you got to look at each motorcycle on its own, we can compare those specs according to category.

Top speed

Damon Hypersport HS200+ mph / 322+ kph
Energica Eva Ribelle125 mph / 201 kph
Zero SR/F Premium124 mph / 200 kph
Zero SR/S Premium124 mph / 200 kph

0-60 mph

Damon Hypersport HS< 3 seconds (claimed)
Energica Eva Ribelle< 3 seconds (claimed)
Zero SR/F PremiumN/A
Zero SR/S PremiumN/A


Damon Hypersport HS200 mi / 322 km
Energica Eva Ribelle250 mi / 402 km
Zero SR/F Premium200 mi / 322 km*
Zero SR/S Premium200 mi / 322 km*

*with power tank

Wet weight

Damon Hypersport HS440 lbs / 200 kg
Energica Eva Ribelle585 lbs / 265 kg
Zero SR/F Premium498 lbs / 226 kg
Zero SR/S Premium516 lbs / 234 kg


Damon Hypersport HS215 hp / 160kW
Energica Eva Ribelle145 hp / 108 kW
Zero SR/F Premium110 hp / 85 kW
Zero SR/S Premium110 hp / 85 kW


Damon Hypersport HS148 ft-lb / 200 Nm
Energica Eva Ribelle159 ft-lb / 216 Nm
Zero SR/F Premium140 ft-lb / 190 Nm
Zero SR/S Premium140 ft-lb / 190 Nm


Damon Hypersport HS$24,955
Energica Eva Ribelle$22,160
Zero SR/F Premium$21,495**
Zero SR/S Premium$21,995**

**excluding power tank (additional $2,895)

Final words

For the daily rider, these four motorcycles are pretty close to one another in range while having similar prices. I guess you just need to decide whether you want a bike that is capable of reaching insane speeds or not.

I can imagine that to most people it won’t really matter but there are some would like the idea of owning one the world’s fastest production motorcycles.

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