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Harley-Davidson Serial 1 eBicycles

Harley-Davidson has launched a new ride, but it is not a motorbike. The Serial 1 line will launch with four distinct models: the Mosh/Cty and the Rush/Cty in three variants called the Regular, Speed, and Step-Thru. All are pedal-assist city bikes with mid-drive motors, integrated batteries, and a design that is unmistakably Harley-Davidson. Each comes with a motor capable of generating 250W of continuous power and hitting top speeds of 20mph (or or 28 mph on the Rush/Cty Speed). The battery takes about 4.8 hours to charge and should provide between 35 and 105 miles. There is also a 1.5-inch LED screen so you can see your ride mode, speed, odometer, battery level and headlight status. watch the video below



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