Harley-Davidson To Launch Electric Motorcycle Next Week

Harley-Davidson To Launch Electric Motorcycle Next Week
(Milwaukee, WI) -- It doesn't sound like a Harley, but Harley-Davidson is set to launch an electric motorcycle next week for testing.
Harley-Davidson's President and COO Matt Levatich says they're waiting to hear from bikers before they put the new motorcycle out on the market. The prototype bike will top out at 92 miles an hour for testing, and company officials suggest charging the batteries after no more than 53 miles. The new bike will be shown off at "Bike Night" on June 26th at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The electric motorcycle can go from zero to 60 in just four seconds.
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Harley-Davidson's President and COO Matt Levatich says the new electric motorcycle sounds different than their other bikes.
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