Harley-Davidson’s eBike brand Serial 1, teamed with Google for its second generation. The /CTY and BASH/MTN eBikes bring together connectivity and two-wheeled capabilities. The RUSH/CTY Speed trim can reach 28 mph, while the BASH/MTN off-road version can reach 20 mph owing to an engine that generates 66 lb-ft of torque.
It will be restricted to only 1,050 instances in mountain biking form, with 525 going to the United States and the rest 525 going to Europe. The bicycle is equipped with large Michelin E-Wild tires and an SR Suntour NCX suspension seat.
In addition, it features powerful four-piston TRP hydraulic disc brakes and graffiti-inspired Yucca Tan color. Conversely, the ordinary bike receives more street-oriented functions. Pinpoint Mode makes it easy for owners to locate their bikes. With Google Maps' turn-by-turn instructions, figuring out where you want to go is a breeze.
As a result of real-time data obtained by Google, you can also have a post-ride report. Moreover, an integrated USB-C charger allows you to charge your phone while you're on the go with this Harley-Davidson bike.
The detachable battery in the BASH/MTN, RUSH/CTY Step-thru, and MOSH/CTY grades is 529 Wh. Likewise, the RUSH/CTY Speed gets a 706 Wh battery. The MOSH/CTY starts at $3,799 and goes up to $5,599 for the premium RUSH/CTY Speed. The RUSH/CTY Step-Thru will set you back $4,999, while the BASH/MTN will cost you $3,999.