Harley-Davidson Reveals Their First Electric Motorcycle #ProjectLiveWire [Photos + Video]

Remember when we said that Harley-Davidson is about to make a big announcement? Well the time is here.

Throughout it’s 111 year history Harley-Davidson, an American company with a proven history of innovation, has been on the cutting edge of product development. And with that in mind is set to release their first electric motorcycle, a bike that offers a visceral riding experience with tire-shredding acceleration and an unmistakable new sound.

This is a historic day for the biking community and did we mention is looks badass too? Just check out the photos.

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Specs have yet to be released but starting next week Harley-Davidson fans across America will be able to ride and provide feedback on the bike, helping to shape the future of Harley-Davidson’s first-ever electric motorcycle. A 2014 U.S. tour – kicking off with a journey down Route 66 – will visit more than 30 Harley-Davidson dealerships now through the end of the year so head over to Project LiveWire

As I said before, we at RSVLTS are huge fans of Harley-Davidson and because of this they sponsored this post but all opinions are my own. This bike has the look and feel of a traditional Harley-Davidson but it also looks to the future which all innovative companies should be aiming to do. Photos via Harley-Davidson.

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