Motorcycle giant Harley-Davidson has launched a spin-off company dedicated to ebikes, and revealed its first model which is due to go on sale in March next year.Harley-Davidson revealed a pair of electric concept vehicles back in 2019, but both of these shared a lot of DNA with conventional motorbikes. Even the ‘scooter’ concept featured a throttle, and what appeared to be a rather beefy engine and battery pack slung between the wheels.Why your electric bike really needs insuranceElectric bike maintenance: your essential guideEverything you need to know about e-bike conversion kitsThe new company, Serial 1 Cycle, is dedicated specifically to more conventional looking electric bikes, of the type that are legal to ride in many countries without a driver’s licence. Its name is a reference to the oldest-known Harley, the Serial Number One, which was built in 1903.Something old, something new…Although Serial 1 Cycle hasn’t revealed official specs for the bike yet, but it takes plenty of design cues from the Serial Number One. Its leather (or leather-look) saddle has spring suspension, internally routed cables, a glossy black paint job, and an illuminated ‘1’ logo on the head tube.There’s no price tag yet, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it ends… Read full this story
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