Harley-Davidson to sell a limited edition of its retro-inspired electric bike later this year


Harley-Davidson’s first electric bicycle is about to be released. Serial 1, an e-bike company spun off from Harley-Davidson’s original e-bike program, will now sell a limited number of S1 Mosh / Tribute e-bikes. Series 1 launched in October last year and unveiled an original electric bike prototype with a vintage look. The S1 Mosh / Tribute closely resembles the characteristics of the prototype. A report said that Serial 1 will produce 650 individual units of S1 Mosh / Tribute electric bikes.

The 650 units will be distributed evenly between the American and European markets. Deliveries could start in the last quarter of this year. There is no word on the price yet. According to the Electek report, Aaron Frank, Brand Director of Serial 1, said: “We are now delighted to offer a limited edition that so faithfully captures the iconic look and feel of this first prototype, and to use this moment as a springboard to launch our S1 series which will see even more exclusive and coveted 1 Series e-bike models in the future.

The first Series 1 electric bike that was publicly displayed was inspired by Harley-Davidson’s first motorcycle over 100 years ago. According to Frank, this bike was behind the launch of the Serial 1 electric bike brand. The 2020 Tribute E-Bike or Prototype or Electric Bike gave a unique touch to the saddle and leather grips. White tires, copper accents, glossy paints and a brown drive belt gave the look an aesthetic touch.

The production of Series 1 e-bikes after the prototype display used a similar frame and electronics. But they weren’t as stylish as the prototype. With its limited edition S1 Mosh / Tribute this year, Serial 1 brings the charm of vintage motorcycles back to life.

However, S1 Mosh / Tribute doesn’t look exactly like the prototype. Nevertheless, the similarities pay it a fair tribute. The limited edition bike is based on the Mosh / Cty electric bike models. It has the same hydraulic disc brakes, same mid-drive motor, carbon belt drive and the bike’s signature built-in lighting technology. There is also an additional headlight designed in-house by company engineers.

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