Harley-Davidson might not be America's first motorcycle brand, but it's its longest-running and most iconic one. The Harley-Davidson brand has captured the hearts, minds and wallets of Americans for over a century now and continues to offer premium motorcycles like the Road King, the Fat Bob and the Sportster alongside more affordable bikes from its Street series.
There are photos from Argentina of a pair of adventure-spec Livewires alongside some Rivian R1Ts and other support vehicles and we're almost too excited.
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More Harleys are about to get a lot more connected.
HD's financial troubles and lack of success in attracting younger riders has proven to be a steep hill to climb here in the US, but its fortunes might be improving.
Harley-Davidson is finally bringing its long-teased LiveWire electric motorcycle to production. This is the future of Harley, but is it good enough for its $29,799 price tag?
The first all-electric Harley is finally here, and it was well worth the wait.
The LiveWire looks like no other motorcycle out there, which is good, because it's unlike any other motorcycle on the road.
It covers the per-minute equivalent of 500 kWh over those two years, ending when either criteria is met.