Harley Davidson’s dedicated e-bike firm, Serial 1, has unveiled its first four bikes. All feature mid-mounted motors, integrated batteries, a belt drive and integrated LED lighting.
We reported a few weeks back how Harley-Davidson had decided to call its new e-bike brand Serial 1 Cycle Company. At that point we only really had info about prototypes, but the firm’s now taking orders on its first four models.
The Mosh is the most affordable in the range. Described as, “the ultimate urban playbike,” it has a 529Wh battery, a range of 30-90 miles, and a starting price of $3,399 (around £2,550).
The Rush Step-Thru has a self-explanatory frame design. It too has the 529Wh battery and similar range to the Mosh, and is available for $4,399 (about £3,300).
Needless to say, there’s also a Rush with a crossbar. Intended for “the sophisticated commuter,” it boasts a 706Wh battery, a range of 35-115 miles and costs $4,499 (about £3,400).
Those three models will be shipped in the spring. The Rush Speed, a class 3 speed pedelec, will then follow in the summer.
The Rush Speed has a 706Wh battery and 25-115 mile range. The US version will offer assistance up to 28mph, while the EU version will be capped at 25km/h (15.5mph).
It’ll cost $4,999 (about £3,750).
The Mosh uses a single speed, freewheel hub, while the three Rush models feature the Enviolo Automatiq intelligent auto-shifting hub.