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Harley Announces Let’s Ride ChallengeDubbed the Let’s Ride Challenge, Harley says the whole deal is meant to showcase the power of riding. It aims to do that through riding-related activities which can earn participants entries (or points) for a chance to win prizes, including a custom 2020 Harley-Davidson Low Rider S motorcycle as well as weekly drawings for additional prizes.
Harley-Davidson’s first foray into the ebike market is the Serial 1, a sleek piece of two-wheeled machinery set to be available in March 2021. The Serial 1 has fat white tires, a relatively thin black frame, brown leather seat, light-up logos, and a flexible brown chain running from the pedals to the back wheel.
The new ebike comes from Serial 1 Cycle Company, a Harley-Davidson brand borne out of an internal R&D program. It’s led by President Jason Huntsman, Vice President Ben Lund, and a handful of other Harley-Davidson veterans.
We learned Harley-Davidson was working on some kind of ebike initiative after executivesat the company’s Annual Dealer’s Meeting in August 2019.
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There’s no word on how much the Serial 1 will cost, but it’s likely to be in the few-thousand-dollars range. Harley-Davidson expects the ebike market to grow significantly over the coming years; it was already worth more than $15 billion in 2019, according to today’s.
There’s a countdown on thethat runs out on November 16th, and that’s likely when pre-orders and pricing information will go live.
Harley-Davidson details and prices for Serial 1 electric bicycles .
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