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As all of you know last week Harley Davidson revealed the most controversial concept yet, Project LIVEWIRE the first electric motorcycle from Harley-Davidson. Being the first of its kind in Harley’s Line up we are interested to hear your thoughts on this bike.
If you didn’t follow the buzz last week let me clue you in. The name LIVEWIRE was trademark filed by Harley Last March. The huge discussion began when a photo was taken on set of the movie The Avengers was leaked on to all the social media feeds. Then just last Week Harley broke the news and revealed to the world that they have a new project bike and it’s electric.
From what we digest, here is what we know in regards to the specs at the moment. The Livewire will be packing a 74-horsepower electric motor that generates 52 foot pounds... [Read More]
In a bombshell that would seem to be an April Fools joke, we believe Harley-Davidson will be building a production motorcycle powered by electric power, named “Livewire.” Harley filed a trademark application for the name on Nov. 1, 2012 with the USPTO, then also filed for a trademark in the EU on Nov. 2, 2012 which was approved March 13, 2013. This is potentially game-changing news, and if this indeed turns out to be true, it will give a whole new meaning to “The Motor Company.”
Motorcycle.com has acquired images of this new motorcycle, which was first published by British tabloid the Daily Mail from the set of the next Avengers movie, currently filming in Seoul, South Korea. While this initially appears to be a far cry from anything... [Read More]
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