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Call or Email John Padgett for PRICING or any additional info 832-967-XXXX XXXX@republichd.com The all-new Fat Bob motorcycle. Blacked-out finishes, slash-cut mufflers, one-of-a-kind tank graphics. Surly attitude hits a new high. The 2014 Harley-Davidson Dyna Fat Bob FXDF model

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Tue, 24 May 2011

Zero Motorcycles has promoted Abe Askenazi to the position of chief technology officer. A former Buell engineer, Askenazi joined Zero Motorcycles in 2010 as vice president of engineering where he played a vital role in developing the company’s 2011 line-up, overhauling over 80% of Zero’s existing electric motorcycle line-up while adding the Zero XU and street legal versions of the Zero X and Zero MX in just 10 months on the job. “Abe’s ability to effectively execute on an aggressive product development plan, select the best new technologies and rally his team is remarkable.

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Tue, 04 Mar 2014

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