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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Detail of Harley-Davidson e-bike

Harley-Davidson has been very proud of the V-Twin engine configuration, it should be up to date. It has been recently introduced LiveWire, one of the models that were created specifically for alternative-energy vehicles trend updates without leaving the characteristic motorcycle manufacturer based in Milwaukee. (See related article).
Rows of Harley-Davidson Livewire before the test in New York, United States. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1o0Hr7D)
Not long ago their newest e-bike officially introduced to the public, and the famous American motorcycle manufacturer was directly demonstrated, by getting various groups to feel the future of the Harley-Davidson e-bike.

As quoted from the Motorcycle's test article, this bike is impressive even before the ride. Looks a little borrowing from older models of Harley-Davidson that is usually used on the off-road bike. Of course, as usual its engine cross-section decorated two engine blocks that form the letter "V" is now replaced with "block" that contains a battery and electric devices.
Harley-Davidson Livewire is being tested in New York, United States. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1o0Hr7D)
Fairly sophisticated equipment, including a special key to turn on the electric motor. All indicators exist on the full-color TFT screen that can display a lot of information, including the battery's capacity, engine temperature, and course speed pointer.

In terms of ergonomics can be said to be very good. From the photographs presented, looked very comfortable sitting position for long-distance driving. The handlebars are easy to reach, combined with the position of the foot that is not too far behind. Rearview mirror stuck under the bar.
Harley-Davidson LiveWire entourage crossed the New York's twilight. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1o0Hr7D)
Despite the initial impression is quite good, but still, Harley-Davidson did not want to be careless. That's why they conducted various activities tests, during the two-year major project called Project LiveWire Experience.

Not only in the United States, it will also make a trip to Canada and Europe in 2015. From here, they will get an e-bike evaluation as to what the community desired. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORCYCLE]
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