Harley-Davidson has been talking lots about its battery bike future, with company bigwigs recently confirming their promise to deliver an electric motorcycle in 2019. Now we know what that bike is going to look like.
Right now, Harley-Davidson is having a 115th-anniversary party in Milwaukee, and company officials rolled this machine out for the public to see. Supposedly, this is what the production machine will look like next year (or so we’ve been told—we haven’t seen an official Harley-Davidson press release yet).
Front brakes are proper Brembo monoblocs, suspension is fully-adjustable Showa components front and rear, and of course, the machine has an auto gearbox—there’s no shifting, just like most other electric bikes. It will charge from a standard wall outlet.
The bike is said to be coming in yellow, black and orange next year. More details as they come!