Harley-Davidson Launches Electric Bike Brand

Linking the marque’s famed lineage to a handsome new line up.

By Terry Christodoulou 28/10/2020

Some 117 years after Harley Davidson crafted its first motorised bicycle, the famous marque has unveiled a stunning new electric bike to inform its new ebike sub-brand Serial 1 Cycle.

Made in the image of the Serial Number One Harley-Davidson – the oldest known Harley – the first Serial 1 Cycle sees white-wall tyres, a leather saddle and handgrips attached to a sleek a black frame that pays homage to that original design, and H-D’s rich history.

Of course, this time around there is no combustion engine, instead, we’re set to get a mid-drive motor and belt system powered by an electric engine that, while no power figures are available yet, Harley Davidson says the powertrain will be “worthy of the Harley-Davidson name.”

Elsewhere a frame integrated battery, headlight and taillights form the sleek design that is adorned by further leather accents.

The new electric bike will go on sale March 2021 and will form the first model in a range of with no word on local pricing available at the time of writing.

Harley-davidson.com

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