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Harley-Davidson e-bikes will retail from $3,399 to $4,999

Published November 16, 2020

MILWAUKEE (BRAIN) — Harley-Davidson's e-bike division released pre-order pricing for its four models, three of which will be available in the spring of 2021.

The Serial 1 Cycle Company offers the Rush/CTY Speed ($4,999), Rush/CTY ($4,499), Rush/CTY Step-Thru ($4,399), and Mosh/CTY ($3,399). All are Class 1 e-bikes — with a maximum pedal assist of 20 mph — except the Rush/CTY Speed, which is a Class 3 with assist up to 28 mph, and will be available in the summer.

Pre-orders are eligible for free shipping in the lower 48 states and Germany. 

All are Gates Belt-driven by a Brose Mag motor, producing 90nm/66 foot-pound torque. The Rush models utilize an auto-shift hub, the Mosh a single-speed hub.

The Rush/Speed and Rush/CTY have 706wh batteries, while the Rush/CTY Step-Thru and Mosh/CTY utilize 529wh batteries. All models have a handlebar mounted headlamp and LED tail and brake lights integrated into the frame dropouts.

The Serial 1 brand is led by a team of Harley-Davidson alumni, including Frank, Jason Huntsman, its president; Ben Lund, the vice president of product development; and Hannah Altenburg, the lead brand marketing specialist. Lund is a former design engineer at SRAM who joined Harley-Davidson in 2018.

Harley-Davidson financial reports describe Serial 1 as a “New venture created for eBicycles with minority equity participation for Harley-Davidson; marketed as Serial 1, Powered by Harley-Davidson.” 

Rush/CTY Speed.
Topics associated with this article: Electric bike

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