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Harley-Davidson Launches Serial 1 Off-shoot Electric Bicycle Available in MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY Models

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Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has released an off-shoot electric bike in MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models sometime in August 2021. The Serial 1 both feature a 529Wh lithium-ion battery system and a mid-mounted Brose electric motor. It comes in the form of a BASH/MTB electric mountain bike built on a new basis. that comes as an alternative for customers who are looking for a new electric bicycle from the camp       The BASH/MTB version of the Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has Michelin E-Wild knob tires and uses the SR Suntour NCX main saddle, but the e-bike doesn't have front and rear suspension. It shares the same solid frame as the Serial 1's off-road MOSH/CTY, the BASH/MTB version comes with the Serial 1's 529Wh battery and can range from 30 to 95 miles on a single charge. In just 2.5 hours, as a Serial 1 e-bike, the BASH/MTB model reaches speeds up to 20 mph on the Brose electric motor with a power limiting system. Hydraulic disc brakes, four pistons and a 203 mm rotor.       by Harley-Davidson It plans to produce 1,050 BASH/MTB units, of which 525 will be shipped to US customers, and the MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models are priced at $3,999.

Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has released an off-shoot electric bike in MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models sometime in August 2021. The Serial 1 both feature a 529Wh lithium-ion battery system and a mid-mounted Brose electric motor. It comes in the form of a BASH/MTB electric mountain bike built on a new basis. that comes as an alternative for customers who are looking for a new electric bicycle from the camp.

Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has released an off-shoot electric bike in MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models sometime in August 2021. The Serial 1 both feature a 529Wh lithium-ion battery system and a mid-mounted Brose electric motor. It comes in the form of a BASH/MTB electric mountain bike built on a new basis. that comes as an alternative for customers who are looking for a new electric bicycle from the camp       The BASH/MTB version of the Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has Michelin E-Wild knob tires and uses the SR Suntour NCX main saddle, but the e-bike doesn't have front and rear suspension. It shares the same solid frame as the Serial 1's off-road MOSH/CTY, the BASH/MTB version comes with the Serial 1's 529Wh battery and can range from 30 to 95 miles on a single charge. In just 2.5 hours, as a Serial 1 e-bike, the BASH/MTB model reaches speeds up to 20 mph on the Brose electric motor with a power limiting system. Hydraulic disc brakes, four pistons and a 203 mm rotor.       by Harley-Davidson It plans to produce 1,050 BASH/MTB units, of which 525 will be shipped to US customers, and the MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models are priced at $3,999.

The BASH/MTB version of the Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has Michelin E-Wild knob tires and uses the SR Suntour NCX main saddle, but the e-bike doesn’t have front and rear suspension. It shares the same solid frame as the Serial 1’s off-road MOSH/CTY, the BASH/MTB version comes with the Serial 1’s 529Wh battery and can range from 30 to 95 miles on a single charge.

Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has released an off-shoot electric bike in MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models sometime in August 2021. The Serial 1 both feature a 529Wh lithium-ion battery system and a mid-mounted Brose electric motor. It comes in the form of a BASH/MTB electric mountain bike built on a new basis. that comes as an alternative for customers who are looking for a new electric bicycle from the camp       The BASH/MTB version of the Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has Michelin E-Wild knob tires and uses the SR Suntour NCX main saddle, but the e-bike doesn't have front and rear suspension. It shares the same solid frame as the Serial 1's off-road MOSH/CTY, the BASH/MTB version comes with the Serial 1's 529Wh battery and can range from 30 to 95 miles on a single charge. In just 2.5 hours, as a Serial 1 e-bike, the BASH/MTB model reaches speeds up to 20 mph on the Brose electric motor with a power limiting system. Hydraulic disc brakes, four pistons and a 203 mm rotor.       by Harley-Davidson It plans to produce 1,050 BASH/MTB units, of which 525 will be shipped to US customers, and the MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models are priced at $3,999.

In just 2.5 hours, as a Serial 1 e-bike, the BASH/MTB model reaches speeds up to 20 mph on the Brose electric motor with a power limiting system. Hydraulic disc brakes, four pistons and a 203 mm rotor.

Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has released an off-shoot electric bike in MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models sometime in August 2021. The Serial 1 both feature a 529Wh lithium-ion battery system and a mid-mounted Brose electric motor. It comes in the form of a BASH/MTB electric mountain bike built on a new basis. that comes as an alternative for customers who are looking for a new electric bicycle from the camp       The BASH/MTB version of the Harley-Davidson Serial 1 has Michelin E-Wild knob tires and uses the SR Suntour NCX main saddle, but the e-bike doesn't have front and rear suspension. It shares the same solid frame as the Serial 1's off-road MOSH/CTY, the BASH/MTB version comes with the Serial 1's 529Wh battery and can range from 30 to 95 miles on a single charge. In just 2.5 hours, as a Serial 1 e-bike, the BASH/MTB model reaches speeds up to 20 mph on the Brose electric motor with a power limiting system. Hydraulic disc brakes, four pistons and a 203 mm rotor.       by Harley-Davidson It plans to produce 1,050 BASH/MTB units, of which 525 will be shipped to US customers, and the MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models are priced at $3,999.

By Harley-Davidson It plans to produce 1,050 BASH/MTB units, of which 525 will be shipped to US customers, and the MOSH/CTY and RUSH/CTY models are priced at $3,999.

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