Team Bath Zero is the fastest student team at the Isle of Man TT Zero, based at the University of Bath. Here you will be able to find information about the team, the motorcycles, the races and our sponsors.
Bath Zero was founded in 2014 to compete in the MotoE Championship and Isle of Man TT Zero class for all-electric superbikes. We built our reputation at the TT, seeing increasing success, rising from 8th in 2017 to 4th in 2019, against rapidly improving competition.
|1||Shinden Roku / Team Mugen||117.710 mph||19′ 13.924|
|2||Shinden Roku / Team Mugen||113.632 mph||19′ 55.331|
|3||University of Nottingham||109.209 mph||20′ 43.748|
|4||Sarolea||108.064 mph||20′ 56.924|
|5||University of Nottingham||91.197 mph||24′ 49.385|
|6||Brunel University||90.963 mph||24′ 53.229|
|7||Moto Corsa||78.848 mph||28′ 42.662|
|8||University of Bath||77.415 mph||29′ 14.549|
|1||Bathams Mugen||121.91 mph||18′ 34.172|
|2||Bathams Mugen||120.98 mph||18′ 42.738|
|3||Team Mirai||102.69 mph||22′ 02.697|
|4||Team Bath Zero||94.85 mph||23′ 52.100|
|5||Brunel University||91.48 mph||24′ 44.815|
|6||Duffy Motorsport||83.29 mph||27′ 10.800|
|7||Duffy Motorsport||72.03 mph||31′ 25.831|
In October 2019, the TT placed a moratorium on the TT Zero until 2022.
Accordingly, Team Bath Zero have refocussed our efforts, to the sunnier shores of Bermuda. The Bermudan governmment has announced the inaugural Bermuda Charge Zero-Emission Superbike event, a two-lap, 10km event focussed on acceleration and manoevurability. This poses a whole new set of challenges for the team, and is a driving force behind the 2020/21 redesign.
Beyond Bermuda, Team Bath Zero is also a founding member of ERRA, the Electric Road Racing Association, and works with other University Zero-class bike teams to develop new electric road races.
A huge thanks to our sponsors, past and present, for making this project possible