Harley deploys serial 1 electric bikes in Europe & North America
Harley-Davidson the world’s leading electric bike company has introduced its first adventure bike, the Pan America. All four Serial 1 variants feature a lithium-ion battery integrated into a hydroformed aluminum frame. Read further to know more about Harley serial 1 electric bikes.
It’s all modes use a Gates carbon drive belt mated to a mid-mounted Brose electric motor and some trims boast more power than others. It has full LED lighting on all Serial 1s and it will have four ride modes (Eco, Tour, Sport, and Boost) and a walk-assist function.
The Serial 1 lineup includes two offers, the Mosh/CTY and Rush/CTY. The MOSH/CTY represents Serial 1’s base offering. The single-speed reaches a top speed of 20 mph with a 250W motor. It is equipped with a 529Wh li-ion battery which provides a range of 35-105 miles. It takes four hours and 45 minutes to recharge. The MOSH/CTY retails for €3,499 and $3,799 in the U.S.
The Rush/CTY comes with premium features such as an odometer display,4-piston brake calipers, and a storage compartment. It is equipped with a 706Wh li-ion battery which achieves a maximum range of 115 miles. It takes 6.6 hours of time to charge.
Serial 1’s Rush/CTY STEP-THRU model also shares the same features as the standard RUSH/CTY but opts for a 529Wh battery unit good for 90 miles and needs to charge for 4.75 hours.
The Rush/CTY costs €4,699 in the E.U. and $4,999 in the States while the RUSH/CTY STEP-THRU drops by €100 in Europe but remains $4,999 in America.
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