Harley-Davidson’s e-bicycle model Serial 1 has launched a restricted version design impressed by the look of a classic bike.

The Mosh/Tribute design relies on Harley-Davidson’s first ebike prototype, which kick-started its Serial 1 model. Serial 1 goals to create “unique and highly-desirable” ebike fashions.

Model director Aaron Frank mentioned the restricted version Mosh/Tribute “captures the enduring appear and feel of that first prototype”. 

Harley-Davidson S1 Sequence Mosh/Tribute electrical bicycle

Solely 650 of the Mosh/Tribute ebikes shall be made for the US and European markets. 

Though priced at US $5,999 (round $8,300 Australian {dollars}), following its launch on September 18, pre-orders of the massive Mosh/Tribute have already bought out, with few remaining of the medium.  

The electrical bicycle has a gloss black aluminium body, white Schwalbe Tremendous Moto-X tires and honey colored leather-based seat and handlebars. It weighs just below 22 kilograms.

 The bicycle’s built-in 529Wh lithium-ion battery has a spread of 56 – 169 kilometres relying on the terrain and rider enter and a light-weight, mid-mounted Brose S MAG motor can attain most speeds of 20mph (round 32 kilometres per hour).

The Mosh/Tribute is the primary of the S1 Sequence which can contain small runs of limited-production, special-edition eBikes.