2019 Harley-Davidson LiveWire Electric Motorcycle

Aug 1, 2018

Category: Rides

While Harley-Davidson made waves yesterday with a slew of newly announced bikes for the upcoming years, they also came through with an old familiar face, the long-awaited LiveWire all-electric motorcycle. The thing is, after years of teasing and testing, this bad boy is finally ready to hit the road.

Originally announced back in 2014, we were starting to think Harley had abandoned their electric bike project. However, it seems they’ve just been dotting their Is and crossing their Ts, making sure everything was just right. The final bike features a clutch-free “twist-and-go” throttle, making for an easy ride for all experience levels, as well as a Brembo brake system, a modern suspension, and will even have an “authentic” Harley sound. Pricing has not yet been released, but we imagine the info will be made public soon.

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