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Saddle up as we go for a ride aboard Harley-Davidson’s all-electric LiveWire motorcycle.
Saddle up as we go for a ride aboard Harley-Davidson’s all-electric LiveWire motorcycle. (Adam Waheed/)The Harley-Davidson LiveWire employs high-end componentry that helps it achieve a high level of road performance, regardless of powertrain design.
The Harley-Davidson LiveWire employs high-end componentry that helps it achieve a high level of road performance, regardless of powertrain design. (Adam Waheed/)The 2020 LiveWire is exceptionally slim. Note the wasp-style tail and competition-derived Showa BFRC-lite shock.
The 2020 LiveWire is exceptionally slim. Note the wasp-style tail and competition-derived Showa BFRC-lite shock. (Adam Waheed/)The LiveWire transfers power to the 17-inch rear wheel by a clean and low-maintenance belt final drive.
The LiveWire transfers power to the 17-inch rear wheel by a clean and low-maintenance belt final drive. (Adam Waheed/)The LiveWire exudes a muscular stance. Bright LED lighting helps you stand out on the road.
The LiveWire exudes a muscular stance. Bright LED lighting helps you stand out on the road. (Adam Waheed/)Despite its 553-pound curb weight, the LiveWire looks and feels compact with a wheelbase comparable to a Sportster 1200. It’s ideal for someone seeking a maneuverable city bike.
Despite its 553-pound curb weight, the LiveWire looks and feels compact with a wheelbase comparable to a Sportster 1200. It’s ideal for someone seeking a maneuverable city bike. (Adam Waheed/)The LiveWire uses a huge Samsung-sourced 15.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack. During our 13-mile spirited ride (Sport mode) we used 20 percent battery capacity.
The LiveWire uses a huge Samsung-sourced 15.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack. During our 13-mile spirited ride (Sport mode) we used 20 percent battery capacity. (Adam Waheed/)Despite employing a slim, wasp-style tail, there’s room for both rider and passenger.
Despite employing a slim, wasp-style tail, there’s room for both rider and passenger. (Adam Waheed/)The Showa BFRC-lite shock mounts directly between frame and swingarm, sans linkage. The shock isolates damping circuits from piston movement for more accurate damping response.
The Showa BFRC-lite shock mounts directly between frame and swingarm, sans linkage. The shock isolates damping circuits from piston movement for more accurate damping response. (Adam Waheed/)The LiveWire’s cockpit is slim and well proportioned. We’re fans of its sporty stance highlighted by a wide handlebar and sportbike-like foot controls.
The LiveWire’s cockpit is slim and well proportioned. We’re fans of its sporty stance highlighted by a wide handlebar and sportbike-like foot controls. (Adam Waheed/)A faux hinged fuel cap hides the LiveWire’s J1772-compatible charging port. The LiveWire is compatible with Level 1 and Level 3 charging systems. Level 2 charging equipment can be used, however it only charges at Level 1 throughput.
A faux hinged fuel cap hides the LiveWire’s J1772-compatible charging port. The LiveWire is compatible with Level 1 and Level 3 charging systems. Level 2 charging equipment can be used, however it only charges at Level 1 throughput. (Adam Waheed/)The standard household three-prong Level 1 charging cable is stored beneath the seat.
The standard household three-prong Level 1 charging cable is stored beneath the seat. (Adam Waheed/)

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