Harley-Davidson® Electric Bikes In Maryland. Harley electric bicycle

Harley-Davidson Electric Bikes In Maryland

Cars, trucks, and SUVs alike are going electric, so it’s no surprise that Harley-Davidson motorcycles would follow close behind the trend. From an exciting Harley-Davidson motorcycle to all-electric bikes, we have clean alternatives for your riding needs without sacrificing the thrill of riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Find your Harley-Davidson electric bike in Maryland at Rommel Harley-Davidson Salisbury, where we’ll happily get you acquainted with our Harley-Davidson Serial 1 eBicycles, or we can introduce you to the limited 2020 Harley-Davidson LiveWire Discover a new way to ride and go electric by visiting Rommel Harley-Davidson Salisbury to purchase your Harley-Davidson electric bike in Maryland!

Serial 1

A line of Harley-Davidson electrified bicycles, the Serial 1 models were made to create eBicycles that are ready for any adventure. Take a look at our selection, and you’ll find the perfect Harley-Davidson electric bike in Maryland for you. The MOSH/CTY Serial 1 is a single-speed cruiser and is the eBicycle at its most basic. The RUSH/CTY STEP-THRU adds capability, and the RUSH/CITY SPEED provides electric assistance so you can reach speeds up to 28 MPH. Finally, the SWITCH/MTN and the BASH/MTN were created for adventurers that want to go off the beaten path. Whatever kind of Harley-Davidson electric bike in Maryland you are looking for, the Serial 1 eBicycles can enhance your riding experience. To learn more about the Serial 1 eBicycles, including the drivetrain, battery system, and components, contact our dealership today!

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Electrify your riding experience with a Harley-Davidson LiveWire With up to 146 miles of range through its high-voltage battery and multiple ride modes for an elevated riding experience, you’ll love the way this Harley-Davidson electric bike in Maryland takes you wherever you want to go. Instant acceleration adds to the thrill of riding, and it comes standard with a Reflex Defensive Rider System, so you always stay in control. Though some riders may be hesitant to take on an electrified motorcycle, the LiveWire offers an aggressive riding position and quick charging capabilities that will change the way you ride.

Make The Switch

Interested in purchasing a Harley-Davidson electric bike in Maryland? Visit Rommel Harley-Davidson Salisbury today to take one for a test ride.

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HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES FOR KIDS: IRONe /h2>

The IRONe12 /b> is the perfect choice for little rippers in Canada with little or no experience on a balance bike.

Your child should have an inseam of 14” or more to adequately touch the ground with a slight bend in the knees for optimum sizing. Your child can learn to push, balance, and coast in the Non-powered mode.

Graduate them to the powered mode (the holy grail of fun) as they show proficient use and understanding of the brake and the ability to coast and brake while standing. Start them with a speed similar to what they can push the non-powered version at, and they learn the use of the twist throttle. Coasting eventually leads to constant use of throttle and giggles.

As they continue to develop skills, the medium speed of the IRONe12 /b> allows for an exceptional amount of fun outdoors, getting thousands of hours of hand-eye coordination, balance, and outdoor exercise in British Columbia and Alberta. Click here to Buy Now Click here to Buy Now Read

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The IRONe16 /b> is the perfect choice for little rippers in Canada with some experience on a balance bike, are a little taller and/or more familiar with riding a balance bike, and need a larger platform.

Your child should have an inseam of 18” or more to adequately touch the ground with a slight bend in the knees for optimum sizing. Your child can learn to push, balance, and coast in the Non-powered mode.

Graduate them to the powered mode (the holy grail of fun) as they show proficient use and understanding of the brake and the ability to coast and brake while standing. Start them with a speed similar to what they can push the non-powered version at, and they learn the use of the twist throttle. Coasting eventually leads to constant use of throttle and giggles.

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As they continue to develop skills, the medium speed of the IRONe16 /b> allows for an exceptional amount of fun outdoors, getting thousands of hours of hand-eye coordination, balance, and outdoor exercise in British Columbia and Alberta. Click here to Buy Now Click here to Buy Now Read

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MSRP: 999.99

PERFECT FOR 3-5YR OLD RIPPERS UNDER 75LBS, WITH 14-20” INSEAM 12” Composite Wheels with Pneumatic tires Seat Height: 13” Weight: 17lbs with battery Frame: Aluminum TIG Welded Fork: Steel, bmx style PROPRIETARY DRIVE SYSTEM Power selection modes: Low/Training mode ~ 5mph Med/Transitional mode ~ 7mph High/Advanced mode ~ 9mph Thermal protection for motor and controller BMX chain and freewheel INDUSTRIAL GRADE, LITHIUM-ION BATTERY AND CHARGER Quick disconnect/connect battery 20Vmax Voltage (18Vnom) 2Ah 30-60 min run-time 30-60 min charge time Click here to Buy Now Click here to Buy Now

IRONe16 /h2>

MSRP: 1,153.99

PERFECT FOR 5-7YR OLD RIPPERS UNDER 75LBS, WITH 18-24” INSEAM 16” Composite Wheels with Pneumatic tires Seat Height: 17” Weight: 19lbs with battery Frame: Aluminum TIG Welded and Heat Treatment Fork: Steel, bmx style PROPRIETARY DRIVE SYSTEM Power selection modes: Low/Training mode ~ 5mph Med/Transitional mode ~ 7.5mph High/Advanced mode ~ 11mph Thermal protection for motor and controller BMX chain and freewheel INDUSTRIAL GRADE, LITHIUM-ION BATTERY AND CHARGER Quick disconnect/connect battery 20Vmax Voltage (18Vnom) 4Ah 30-60 min run-time 45-60 min charge time

(Pre-order) SPLACH CROSS: Harley-Like Hi-Tech Ebike

2 eras cross combine: retro x modern100km 100km exceptional rangeBuilt-in motorcycle engine sound simulator750W Bafang motor drives 1,000W at peakTruss structure on Mg alloy integrated swingarm for extra strength

Pre-order now. The delivery of the first batch from our factory in Asia to all over the world is estimated to fall in September if there’s no force majeure such as a shortage of containers, port congestion, or natural disasters.

SPLACH CROSS is capable to transport the rider to as far as 125 miles thanks to the great capacity of the dual batteries.

CROSS has it all!

Powered by electricity and high torque, you can plan your itinerary for a long-distance exploration or the daily cruise over various terrains in style.

A 750-watt Bafang motor peaking at 1,000 watts boosts to hit a max. constant speed of 28mph in 6-8 seconds.

Smart App

Smartphone APP provides a user-friendly interface for direct control over the CROSS, going beyond merely the status display.

Dual Batteries

2 batteries of 40 amp hours in total let you go the distance, fulfilling your craving for a day’s adventure.

Truss Design for the Rear Swing-Arm Suspension

Exquisite truss structure on the magnesium alloy integrated rear swing-arm provides extra strength for the rear suspension as well as the overall payload.

Turn Signals

Aesthetically designed turn signals alert other drivers of where you plan on turning to ensure the safety of all road users.

Up to Date NFC System

This device enables the rider to activate the bike by swiping the key card exclusive to each unit.

All About The Details

20 inch×4.0 Pneumatic Fat Tires

Maximum contact in any road conditions adds even more comfort and increases friction force to riding with steadiness

F/R 180mm Disc Brakes with the E-ABS

The optimum braking is provided at the push of a button to give you in-time stopping safely and confidently when needed

Shimano 7 Speed Transmission

7 gears adapt to rough conditions and accommodate inclines, bumps and other difficulties, ensuring a comfortable and controlled ride

Hydraulic Front Suspension

Hydraulic front suspension is more responsive to absorb energy when descending efficiently flatten out bumps along the way

The rear spring shock adequately overcomes irregularities on the road you roll and provides more smooth and supple feel for the riding experience

A large retro motorcycle headlight is switchable to a high or low beam, brightly illuminating the road ahead

A hidden compartment to accommodate an Apple Airtag keeps the CROSS secure with the location trackable at all times

The soft, comfort-enhancing pleather saddle is long enough to have two sitting on it to enjoy the cruise in sync

A space in the middle allows for a wide range of accessories such as a carrying case for your personal belongings

A sleek and streamlined frame design along with the sweptback handlebar brings out the soul of the vintage Café Racer

Specifications

SPLACH-Ebike CROSS
Lithium Battery LG Li-lon 48V DC, 20Ah Swappable Battery
Max Range (Single Battery) 30-43.4 Miles ( 48-70 KM ) of Range Twist Throttle 42-62.5 Miles ( 67-100 KM ) of Range Pedal Assist
Max Range (Dual Batteries) 60-87.5 miles ( 96-140 km ) of Range Twist Throttle 84-125 miles ( 134-200 km ) of Range Pedal Assist
Motor Bafang / Rear Hub Motor
Max Speed Around 28 mph ( 45 km/h )
Top Speed(Throttle Only) 28 mph
Top Speed(Pedal Assist Only) 20 mph
Rated Power 750 Watts
Peak Power 1,000 Watts
Max Incline Around 30%
Throttle Twist Throttle
Pedal Assist Speed Sensor
Pedal Assist Level Four Levels ( 0-3 )
Software Application Smart APP Connection to the Bike
Frame Material 6061-T6 Aluminum alloy
Rear Swingarm Magnesium Alloy Truss Structure
Brake Front and Rear 180mm Disk Brakes EABS
Display Color LCD
Activation Mode NFC Device to Unlock/Lock
Lights LED Security Lighting
Ambient Light Sequential Indicators on the Side work with the Turn Signals
Front Light 5W LED Adjustable to a High or Low Beam
Brake Light LED Rear Light of Constant High Brightness
Turn Signal Airplane Wing Shape LED Lights
Motorcycle Engine Sound Simulator 4 Types of Engine Sounds Selectable
Tire Type 20 × 4.0 inch Pneumatic Fat Tires
Wheels Magnesium Alloy One-Piece Wheel
Front Suspension Hydraulic Front Suspension
Rear Suspension Rear Spring Shock
Saddle Comfort-Enhancing Pleather Saddle
Transmission Shimano 7-Speed Derailleur
Bell Electronic Horn
Color Black
Drive System Chain Drive
Wires Waterproof Wires for the Full Set
Intelligent Temperature Control System Temperature Monitoring System
Smart Cruise Control Cruise Control Function
IP rating ≥IP54
Torque 85NM
Charge Time 8-9 Hours ( for 20Ah )
Net Weight Around 73 lbs ( 33.5 kg )
Load Limit Around 350 lbs ( 160 kg )
Seat Height 2.66 ft ( 810 mm )
Product Dimensions 5.9L x 2.3W x 3.7H ft ( 1800L x 700W x 1130H mm )
Package Dimensions 5.15L x 1W x 3H ft ( 1570L x 290W x 920H mm )

Disclaimer: Product images shown may represent a range of products or be for illustration purposes only. That is, the final mass-produced products may not match the demonstration model in the pics/videos here as there could be some minor differences with regard to the color, shape, and part type, etc. due to optimization or other considerations. Products are subject to change without notice. The simulation statistics above are for reference only. Different riders weight, speed mode, weather, air resistance, road conditions, incline grades are the variables and therefore there’ll be no specific values for these different conditions. We reserve the right to make changes to the product information contained on this site at any time without notice, including with respect to equipment, price, specifications, models, colors, and materials.

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Serial 1 Is a Callback to Harley Davidson’s Origin Story

Harley Davidson was born 121 years ago when four guys stuck a motor in a bicycle frame. Serial 1 is the modern realization of that idea.

By Matt Phillips Published: Jun 24, 2022

The Takeaway: Clean looks and a great motor combine for an impressive mountain bike from Serial 1.

  • Brose motor with 90Nm of torque.
  • Integrated head and tail lights, with light-up head badge.
  • Custom battery pack sits very low in the frame.
  • 430Wh battery standard. Optional 706Wh battery.

Price: 4,500Weight: 53.0 lbs. (Large, claimed)

Serial 1 Serial 1 Switch/MTN

If you’re shopping for an e-bike today you have options. Lots of options. And while there are plenty of e-bikes to choose from, there are also a lot of unproven players and some downright sketchy actors. Serial 1 is a new e-bike brand, but after riding its latest Switch/MTN model, we’re prepared to say this brand is legit and offers a high-quality product. Perhaps that’s because, though Serial 1 is a new name, its origins go back to a 121-year-old attempt at building a motor bicycle.

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Who The Hell Is Serial 1?

Although it seems like it sprung from nowhere—like many recent e-bike brands—Serial 1 has strong roots in two wheels. Serial 1 is an offshoot of Harley Davidson; the brand name is a reference to the oldest H-D motorcycle which resides in the company’s museum in Milwaulkee and is nicknamed “Serial Number One.”

Like a lot of the early motorcycle brands, Harley Davidson’s origins have a bicycle connection. In H-D’s case, it was when William Harley designed a motor intended to be fitted into a bicycle frame (which he eventually did with the help of the Davidson brothers). The result was, to use the parlance of the time, a “motor-bicycle” that was ultimately deemed unsuccessful. But it was the beginning of the Harley Davidson we know today.

Serial 1 began in 2018 as a “skunkworks” project at Harley Davidson and has some personnel ties to H-D’s LiveWire electric motorcycle. In 2020, the brand launched with city and commuter models but continues to expand its line. The most recent model is the Switch/MTN you see here.

Closing the loop on the brand’s origin, Ser1 started off as an e-bike business unit within Harley Davidson but was recently spun off as a separate entity (although Harley remains Serial 1’s parent). And in a pretty neat way, Serial 1 is a return to Harley’s origin.

Serial 1 Switch/MTN Motor and Battery

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Though Harley Davidson is often called The Motor Company, Serial 1 did not design its own e-bike drive unit. Company representatives hinted that an in-house motor project might happen someday, but for now, they’re turning to established players in the space.

Serial 1 uses Brose drive units: The Switch/MTN gets the Brose Drive S Mag with a healthy 90Nm of peak torque. If the name Brose rings a bell deep in your cranium, it is because Specialized’s Turbo e-bikes run customized Brose motors. The motors are well regarded for their smooth and quiet operation. However, there have been some notable reliability gremlins that everyone (of course) swears are handled. We hope so because it is one of the very best e-bike motors we’ve sampled.

Serial 1 uses Brose’s compact Display Remote for information and control. Colored LEDs provide basic battery and assist status; if you want greater detail and more features, you need to use Serial 1’s smartphone app (for iOS and Android). It offers a more detailed dashboard, as well as navigation developed in partnership with Google (Google is a “strategic technology investor” in Serial 1). The app also lets the rider take advantage of the bike’s built-in security features. These include a lock, assist deactivation, and pinpoint location (the bike has its own cellular chip which remains powered even when the battery pack is out of the frame). Serial 1 partnered with Quad Lock for on-bike mounting of a smartphone, and there’s a USB-C cable so you can keep your phone battery topped up from the bike’s battery.

Serial 1’s bikes use a custom-shaped battery pack that sits as low as possible, lowering the bike’s center of mass. Instead of a long battery housed in the down tube, Serial 1’s battery is somewhat nestled into the belly of the frame, both on top and in front of the motor. It can be easily removed from the frame for security, or to swap in a different battery (all Serial 1 bikes use the same battery packs). The Switch/MTN’s stock battery is 529Wh, but the company’s larger 710Wh battery drops in for more range.

Serial 1 Switch/MTN Frame Details

The Switch/MTN’s hydroformed aluminum frame shares styling with the other models in the Serial 1 line. It has a massive downtube and elevated chainstays with the motor mounted underneath, while the straight and uninterrupted seat tube allows the use of longer dropper posts. Hoses, housing, and wiring are as internally routed as possible for a clean profile. There are integrated tail lights in each dropout with accelerometer-activated brake light, an integrated headlight, and a light-up head badge for extra flair. There are also rack and fender mounts for riders who want to add some utility to the bike.

The Switch/MTN rolls on 27.5 wheels, chosen to give the bikes a snappier feel than they would have with larger, heavier, 29-inch wheels. Serial 1 offers four frame sizes—small through extra-large—but the company does not publish a detailed geometry chart. Instead, they offer very basic sizing information—reach, stack, stand over, bar width, and wheelbase—and encourage riders to use the size calculator on the Serial 1 website. It offers a frame size suggestion based on a rider’s inseam, arm length, and height. experienced cyclists will likely find the lack of geometry information frustrating, but Serial 1’s representatives insist this is an easier and less-overwhelming sizing story for the general population the brand is targeting.

Serial 1 Switch/MTN vs the Competition

At 4,500, this Serial 1 fits into a more-premium price bucket that lands above the cheap e-bikes from Aventon, Rad Power, and the like. At this price, it’s squaring off against premium bikes like the Specialized Turbo Tero 5.0 (5,000), Trek Powerfly 4 (3,850), Scott Aspect (4,000), Norco Charger VLT (3,999), and Rocky Mountain Growler Powerplay (4,199).

Even in the face of this stiff competition, the Serial 1 acquits itself well. The Serial 1 build kit features a 12-speed SRAM Eagle drivetrain; TRP four-piston brakes with 203mm rotors (in heavy-duty 2.3mm thickness for extra heat capacity); a 120mm travel SR Suntour Zeron fork with 35mm stanchions, boost spacing, air spring, and adjustable hydraulic damping; Michelin e-bike rated tubeless tires on tubeless-ready rims; a dropper post; and that powerful and smooth Brose motor. In total, it is a stronger build than its competition.

The knock against the Serial 1 is the somewhat small 529Wh battery. Some of its competitors come with larger batteries: The Turbo Tero’s 710Wh battery is a lot larger. Serial 1 also makes a 706Wh battery that will drop into the Switch/ MTN, but you’ll need to pay for the pleasure. Serial 1 did not provide a price, but large and high-quality e-bike batteries typically cost 750 to 1,000.

Serial 1 Switch/MTN Ride Impressions

I had an opportunity to spend a few hours riding a Switch/MTN on Bentonville’s famous trails. Overall, I came away impressed with this new player.

The attention to detail is up to par, and it is a good-looking and well-finished bike in person. I found the top three-quarters of the bike attractive, though I don’t love the way the motor appears to dangle from the frame.

But though it dangles, it is a superb e-bike motor: Smooth and very quiet, with plenty of punch as it evenly rolls out its power. It is tractable in technical and low traction situations but still slingshots the rider up climbs with authority. I applaud Serial 1 for not going hog-wild with displays and other gadgets. The bike’s slim remote gives you all the control and information necessary. And if you want more data, you can use the Serial 1 app or pair a compatible cycling computer.

Though the geometry wasn’t given, the handling felt well-balanced. If anything, it falls slightly to the stable side of the handling spectrum, but it’s no enduro sled that needs high speeds before it comes alive. It felt natural at lower speeds and doesn’t need a heavy hand to steer. The smaller 27.5 wheels likely help here, though there is a tradeoff on rougher terrain where the stout frame does transmit a fair amount of shock to the rider.

That said, the 120mm SR Suntour fork on the front worked well—far better than the forks I usually experience on e-bikes at this price. The chassis is appropriately stout, and the spring and damper perform well even when pushed in rougher terrain. I was also impressed with the Michelin tires—which are a very rare bit of spec these days. They offer excellent grip and predictable breakaway on a variety of trail surfaces. Even the no-name seat was nice: Supportive, comfortable, and not overly soft.

The world is awash in new e-bike brands popping up to take advantage of burgeoning sales in this newer category. But in this sea of lookalike e-bikes and some downright crap, Serial 1 stands apart with a unique story and highly refined product. Although it’s now detached from Harley Davidson, in a way Serial 1 is (120 or so years later), the realization of Willam Harley’s original “motor-bicycle” idea designed to, in the words of Arthur Davidson, “Take the work out of bicycling.”

A gear editor for his entire career, Matt’s journey to becoming a leading cycling tech journalist started in 1995, and he’s been at it ever since; likely riding more cycling equipment than anyone on the planet along the way. Previous to his time with Bicycling, Matt worked in bike shops as a service manager, mechanic, and sales person. Based in Durango, Colorado, he enjoys riding and testing any and all kinds of bikes, so you’re just as likely to see him on a road bike dressed in Lycra at a Tuesday night worlds ride as you are to find him dressed in a full face helmet and pads riding a bike park on an enduro bike. He doesn’t race often, but he’s game for anything; having entered road races, criteriums, trials competitions, dual slalom, downhill races, enduros, stage races, short track, time trials, and gran fondos. Next up on his to-do list: a multi day bikepacking trip, and an e-bike race.

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