The Harley-Davidson Electric Bicycle
Harley-Davidson is famous for its iconic motorcycles. Recently, the company has opened a new company to create electric bicycles, targeting a new generation of consumers.
According to reports, Serial 1 Cycle Company, the new firm, will launch its first line of electric bicycles in spring 2021.
Reports also confirmed that the name of the company has been derived from the nickname for Harley-Davidson’s first motorcycle “Serial Number One.”
“When Harley-Davidson first put power to two wheels in 1903, it changed how the world moved, forever,” revealed Aaron Frank, brand director for Serial 1 Cycle Company. “Inspired by the entrepreneurial vision of Harley-Davidson’s founders, we hope to once again change how cyclists and the cycling-curious move around their world with a Serial 1 E-bicycle.”
The Harley-Davidson’s Product Development Center along with motorcycle and bicycle specialists has initiated the E-bicycler project. They’ve worked closely together to conceptualize and develop an e-bike that Harley-Davidson fans would both accept and appreciate.
The teaser video on its press release announcement has shown a black metal, lightweight bike frame with fat tires that looks very similar to the very first Harley-Davidson motorcycle, introduced in 1903.
“The dynamic, fast-growing E-bicycle space is at the forefront of a global mobility revolution,” added Frank. “The formation of Serial 1 allows Harley-Davidson to play a key role in this mobility revolution while allowing Serial 1 to focus exclusively on the E-bicycle customer and deliver an unmatched riding experience rooted in freedom and adventure.”
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