ZERO Engineering’s Type 6 may employ an old-school exterior, but its heart remains young, thanks to its modern composition. Unlike Type 5, this machine operates a 6-speed transmission brought to live by both electricity and kickstarting. Type 6 runs on a multitude of engines (though not at the same time): the S & S Shovelhead, Panhead, and Knucklehead. And with its dual-shot exhaust, the bike roars like no other, making it a distinctive piece all on its own.
ZERO’s twin pipes deliver maximum horsepower without compromising exhaust flow. An integral part of the Type 6 blueprint, the pipes keep things efficient.
The larger tank that Type 6 comes equipped with ensures smooth bends and cruises. Made to carry enough for 100 miles, the tank carries you off into the distance.
The forward controls of the bike are easy to use and allows for crisp brakes and shifts. Simplicity at its best.
Manifested in a clean design, the bike’s rear lights represents ZERO’s ethos of doing more with less. No bells, no whistles—just a job well done.
ZERO’s design philosophy: to keep things sleek, compact and minimal. The headlight, brass instrument panel and speedometer of Type 6 prove exactly this.
Less is definitely more. Type 6’s gauge is as straightforward as it goes and extremely easy to handle. The minimal design of its controls ensures a sleek and stylish finesse.