Harley-Davidson Launches E-bike

The prototype was based on its oldest known motorcycle.

Harley-Davidson’s Serial 1 announced the production launch of the limited-edition S1 MOSH/TRIBUTE e-bike, New Atlas reported

It comes nearly a year after the motorcycle manufacturer started the spinoff company and built a prototype based on its oldest known motorcycle. 

The S1 MOSH/TRIBUTE features a removable 529-Wh Li-ion battery integrated into the frame with a range of 35-105 miles. 

The motor can provide 90 Nm of torque and produce powered help up to 20 mph. 

The S1 MOSH/TRIBUTE emulates S1’s Number One prototype’s piano-black gloss paint job on the aluminum frame. 

A total of 650 models will be made and split between the U.S. and Europe. 

It will cost $5,999 and shipping is scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter.

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