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Harley-Davidson: #ProjectLiveWire

Harley-Davidson sets its sites on the future with its first ever electric motorcycle. Dubbed Project LiveWire, the powerful bike offers a visceral riding experience, and will soon head out on a 2014 U.S. tour so you can see it in person.

With 111 years of innovation under its belt, Harley-Davidson has created unquestionably the most iconic American motorcycles. So we're totally stoked to see that they're expanding their horizons with Project LiveWire.

Not only can electric motorcycles provide incredible instant torque and a thrill like no other, they're also better for our environment. The bike looks incredible, and has a great new sound that reminds us of the Batmobile. We're excited that Harley-Davidson has invested in this new technology, and we can't wait to see more.

Be one of the first to see and experience Project LiveWire in person at the Project LiveWire Experience. You can find tour dates by visiting www.projectlivewire.com.

FTC Disclosure of Material Connection: This is a “sponsored post.” The Awesomer received compensation from Harley-Davidson for writing it, however, we only recommend products or services we believe will be good for our readers.


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