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Harley-Davidson Sportster S motorcycle revealed packing 121-horsepower

Harley-Davidson Sportster S motorcycle revealed packing 121-horsepower

One of the most iconic motorcycle brands in the entire world is Harley-Davidson. The motorcycle manufacturer has revealed a new version of its iconic Sportster called the Sportster S. Harley says the motorcycle is designed to deliver a thrilling riding experience and to bring a new era of performance to the Sportster name.

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Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire ONE electric motorcycle is a cheaper e-hog

Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire ONE electric motorcycle is a cheaper e-hog

Harley-Davidson's LiveWire brand of electric motorcycles is gaining a new, more affordable model, with the LiveWire ONE hoping to bring some new riders onboard. Iterating off the original LiveWire, though significantly trimming its price tag, the LiveWire ONE will be star of the show at the newly-standalone electric bike dealerships.

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Harley-Davidson sparks LiveWire as a standalone electric motorcycle brand

Harley-Davidson sparks LiveWire as a standalone electric motorcycle brand

Harley-Davidson will spin out its LiveWire electric motorcycle into a standalone brand, with a whole range of EVs planned. Announced in production form back in 2018 - though dating all the way back to a 2014 concept - the original Harley-Davidson LiveWire bypassed the clutch and the familiar rumble in favor of a battery and zero emissions, though when preorders opened the following year it was with an eye-watering price tag.

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Harley-Davidson’s Serial 1 Cycle reveals its first four e-bikes

Harley-Davidson’s Serial 1 Cycle reveals its first four e-bikes

Harley-Davidson's e-bike brand Serial 1 Cycle has revealed its first models, confirming pricing, power, and range for the eagerly-anticipated powered bicycles. Spun out of the motorcycle legend in October, Serial 1 Cycle says it aims to bring its first four e-bikes to market from the spring of 2021, with options kicking off from $3,399.

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Android Auto is finally coming to Harley-Davidson bikes

Android Auto is finally coming to Harley-Davidson bikes

As it says in its name, Android Auto was primarily designed for automobiles, a.k.a. cars. Those, however, aren't the only vehicles on wheels that warrants a safe way to interact with mobile apps and Internet services. While some might argue you shouldn't do that on a motorcycle anyway, the next best thing would be to have Apple CarPlay or Android Auto on a bike dashboard that few bikes even have. Fortunately, Harley-Davidson's 2021 bikes do and you can "upgrade" them to Android Auto soon.

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The Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle just got a price

The Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle just got a price

An electric Harley-Davidson might sound like blasphemy, but the iconic motorcycle-maker is embracing the EV future with the new LiveWire. Now opening up for preorders as of CES 2019 today, the electric motorbike has finally had a price tag attached, though the size of it might make you wince.

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Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle has no clutch and no Harley rumble

Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle has no clutch and no Harley rumble

Harley-Davidson (HD) has been talking up the motorcycle that it hopes will reach out to generations of younger riders and save the brand from a downward spiral as traditional riders hang up their helmets. That motorcycle is an electric offering called the LiveWire that is derived from Project LiveWire unveiled years ago. The bike made its official European debut recently at the EICMA show in Milan, and at that debut came more details on LiveWire.

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Harley-Davidson US production a casualty in Trump tariff war

Harley-Davidson US production a casualty in Trump tariff war

Harley-Davidson plans to move a sizable portion of the motorcycles it produces outside of the US, blaming the escalating tariff war for spiraling costs in one of its biggest markets. The legendary bike-maker says the production decision comes after it was caught between the new steel and aluminum duties imposed by President Trump, and retaliatory tariffs implemented by the European Union.

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Harley-Davidson to woo Millennials with an electric hog

Harley-Davidson to woo Millennials with an electric hog

Depending on who you ask, Millennials might be ruining everything. One of the things they are not buying in droves are motorcycles. Harley-Davidson is one of the brands feeling the pinch as older riders leave the sport and new riders aren't replacing them. Harley has announced that it will be producing an all-electric motorcycle.

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Check out these Marvel & Harley-Davidson official collaboration motorcycles

Check out these Marvel & Harley-Davidson official collaboration motorcycles

Captain America marks his 75th anniversary this year, so to help him celebrate Marvel and Harley-Davidson teamed up to design a custom Street Glide Special motorcycle outfitted with the superhero's motifs and icons. Then the two companies realized this was too cool of an idea to limit to just Cap, and took it further with a project called Super Hero Customs, designing over 25 bikes inspired by heroes and villains from Marvel's universe.

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Harley-Davidson pledges all-electric motorcycle within next 5 years

Harley-Davidson pledges all-electric motorcycle within next 5 years

In the year 2021, motorcycles will be much quieter vehicles — well, those from Harley-Davidson that is. The iconic American manufacturer has stated that within the next five years it will release a consumer model all-electric motorcycle. Back in 2014, Harley revealed a working prototype of an electric bike, dubbed the LiveWire (seen here), but it never become a production model. While we don't know if it will look the same, there's a good chance the upcoming vehicle will be based on the concept's tech.

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Harley-Davidson returns to flat-track racing bikes with the XG750R

Harley-Davidson returns to flat-track racing bikes with the XG750R

Harley-Davidson fans and motorcycle enthusiasts in general will be excited to hear that the company has revealed its first flat-track racing bike in over 40 years. The new XG750R replaces the XR750, an iconic model that debuted in the early 1970s, and features modern touches like a liquid-cooled engine and a more aggressive design borrowed from Harley's 750 Street road bike.

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