The Harley Davidson electric bike is here but only a limited edition of 650 going on sale
Nearly a year after announcing plans to spin out its Harley Davidson electric bike company called Serial 1, Harley-Davidson said it will sell a “limited” number of the vintage-inspired, cool models that it originally said was just a “styling exercise.”
The S1 Mosh/Tribute is an homage to “Serial Number One,” the nickname for Harley-Davidson’s oldest known motorcycle built in 1903. The bike’s design, with its white tires, leather saddle and handgrips, and sleek black frame with gold lettering.
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The features including a Gates Carbon Drive belt, Brose mid-drive motor, TRP hydraulic disc brakes, internally routed cables and wires, and integrated lighting. The white-toned Schwalbe Super Moto-X tires are exclusive, and the leather saddle and matching leather grips are hand-made from Brooks England.
Harley Davidson electric bike will only have 650 units available, half of which will be available for purchase in the US, and the other half in Europe. Interested customers can pre-order now on the company’s website, and deliveries are expected in the fourth quarter of this year.
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