Harley-Davidson’s electric prototype, Project Livewire, is visiting their dealers.
Amarok electric bike creator, Michael Uhlarik gives his two cents on Harley-Davidson’s new Livewire electric bike.
Bike would cost $50k if brought to market now, says MoCo bigwig.
En sus des informations typiques de vitesse, direction, et navigation, le système intègre les contrôles de vidéo qui sera apprécié lors des journées de piste (affichage de chronos de tours de piste), ou pour une simple utilisation en route (vidéo blogues, voyages et etc).
HUD unit offers new take on heads-up display.
Here are a few more details on H-D’s battery bike project.
Deal between Motor Company and electric bike manufacturer will see two models developed, sold under Harley-Davidson badge.
The MoCo is still promising us an electric motorcycle by 2020, and this gives us a clue as to the new bike’s branding.
Production will move to plant in York, Pennsylvania, says CEO/President Matt Levatich in press release.
Christmas Day is almost upon us. Here’s what Zac would like to see in 2018. He’s got some pretty wild demands, but a man can dream, right?