DF Capital helps increase Zero Motorcycles visibility in the UK

DF Capital has worked with Zero Motorcycles for the past two years and in that time has helped the business grow its dealer base, increasing its visibility in the UK.

Zero Motorcycles

Zero Motorcycles is a manufacturer of high-performance electric motorcycles, founded in in California in 2006.  Combining the best aspects of a traditional motorcycle with today’s most advanced technology, the vehicles are lightweight and efficient and create a superior, silent riding experience for customers.  Now very well-known internationally for both quality and performance, the company has a factory-run European HQ in the Netherlands, plus a growing presence in the UK where it is supported by a network of almost 20 dealers across the country.

Distribution Finance Capital Holdings plc (LON:DFCH) is UK specialist commercial lending and personal savings bank. From straightforward savings to practical finance solutions, our aim is to help customers manage and grow their business or savings. Founded as a specialist commercial lender in 2016, DF Capital was authorised as a bank in September 2020.

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