Harley-Davidson’s Project Livewire spent 2014 touring around the U.S.A., collecting feed back and giving consumers an opportunity to ride the Livewire prototype. Fortunately for us Canadians, Livewire is now making its debut north of the boarder.
Project LiveWire will be traveling across the country, starting in Vancouver, where fans will be able to ride the bike at Barnes Harley-Davidson in Langley, B.C. May 21-23, and provide feedback to help shape the future of Harley-Davidson’s first-ever electric motorcycle.
Motorcycle Mojo contributor, Misti Hurst will be climbing aboard Harley’s Livewire on May 21, 2015, and we’ll be bringing you her impressions of this illusive electric in an upcoming issue of Motorcycle Mojo.
For those not aware, Mist Hurst is a professional road racer and instructor at the California Superbike School. She is among the most qualified riders around, so we’re more than a little excited to hear her impressions of this technology and the bike its all wrapped up in.
Fans can learn more about Project LiveWire, as well as details for the Project LiveWire Experience, stop by Barnes Harley-Davidson, May 21-23, or at ProjectLiveWire.com. Licensed motorcycle riders can also register online for their chance to demo Project LiveWire Experience. Harley-Davidson also invites anyone who is interested in the possibilities of the future to follow and engage with the company on its social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.