After a whole new wave and hype for the café racers took the world by storm, a San Francisco custom bike manufacturer by the name of Untitled Motorcycles was established in 2010. Their most recent project is a Zero XP motorcycle, commissioned by the Zero Motorcycles USA, which they have upgraded for the future.

And not just any kind of future, but the best kind, a brighter and more electric future. Thanks to their new experimental Zero XP, they made a bike which can reach an amazing 124 miles per hour. This, of course, is not everything this motorcycle has to offer.

The Zero XP is equipped with a machined aerospace level aluminum powertrain, inside of which we can find the batteries, the motor, and the charger. These batteries are 14.4 kW and can generate an unreal 140 pound feet of torque, allowing it to make it to the aforementioned 124 mph. This kind of acceleration cannot be felt on many other motorcycles.

In order to get to these breathtaking performances, the experts working at Untitled Motorcycles looked for inspiration in the fast paced world of drag racing bikes. They came up with a great idea on how to implement the raw and untamed power into their Zero XP custom bike. And what a machine they managed to assemble.

Furthermore, this bike features a completely modified frame that houses Showa suspension, a mini LED display by Motogadget Motoscope, and a keyless RFID ignition. The name of the cool grey paint you can see in these beautiful pictures is called Ghost Grey, and it is an aircraft grade paint. It really gives the bike a timeless look, and makes it feel both modern and retro, something that is not that easy to achieve.