Following in the vein of the LiveWire electric motorcycle that's set to hit the market in the near future, Harley-Davidson showed off two electric bike concepts at the X Games in Austin this week.     

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The first concept is an electric mountain bike.

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There are some clever nods to more traditional Harley-Davidson styling on the body, but there's no mistaking this for what it is.     

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The other is an urban scooter or pit bike of sorts, small enough to sneak around in tight places.    

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The ring up front hides the LED headlight, and the drop-down mirror on the side is a nice aesthetic touch.    

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While Harley-Davidson didn't give out any specifications for its bikes or batteries, it did say the battery itself is designed to be removable and hand-carried inside, where it can be charged using a special dock and any ol' wall outlet that's available.

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H-D is using these concepts to bring more attention to its future portfolio of electrified models.     

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