Harley Davidson, which succeeded in delighting motor enthusiasts all over the world with its motorcycles, officially announced the new electric bike Serial 1.
Harley Davidson, one of the most famous motorcycle brands in the world, officially announced its new electric bike Serial 1, almost a year after heralding its future. The company also stated that its electric bicycle division will continue its operations as a separate company called Serial 1 Cycle.
Watch: Introducing Serial 1 eBicycles, Powered By Harley-Davidson
Taking its name from “Serial Number One,” the nickname for Harley-Davidson’s first motorcycle, Serial 1 Cycle Company combines Harley-Davidson’s world-class product development capability and leadership in two-wheel electric propulsion with the agility and innovation of a start-up brand dedicated exclusively to the eBicycle product and customer.
first of all; Note that Harley Davidson didn’t just name Serial 1. This name is a reference to the “Serial Number One” of the company’s oldest motorcycle manufactured in 1903. However, with its white tires, leather seat and handlebar in addition to its black design, it is indisputable that the Serial 1 is much more ‘modern’ than the Serial Number One.
As Harley Davidson does not share the technical details of the electric bike in question, we currently do not have any exact information. However, by looking at the photos, it is not difficult to guess that the electric motor of the bike is located in the middle of the body, the headlights and stops are integrated into the body and the battery is located under the handlebar.
Watch: Serial 1 E-Bicycle Powered by Harley Davidson
Harley Davidson is creating a new line for Serial 1. Going back to their roots. THE FREEDOM OF A BICYCLE. THE EFFORTLESS JOY OF ELECTRIC POWER.
Harley Davidson showed three new electric bike prototypes at the EICMA Motorcycle Show in Milan last year, and the Serial 1 was not one of them. Aaron Frank, brand manager for Serial 1, commented that the new electric bike is one of the steps taken to make bikes as simple and intuitive as possible.
The COVID-19 pandemic has also mobilized the electric bicycle industry, like the automobile industry, because people who want to stay away from public transport but cannot buy or buy cars find the solution in electric bicycles. For this reason, automotive giants such as BMW, Audi, Jeep and Ford have recently started to pay more attention to and focus on electric bicycles. In the meantime, let’s say that Harley Davidson has announced that it will launch the Series 1 by March 2021.