So basically you see no future for e-bike unless it matched the numbers for IC bike more or less in every sense?Their LiveWire roadshow is in town this weekend. I will not be attending. I will consider the technology to be viable when the range of e-bikes is roughly two-hundred miles of mixed-use riding, full-capacity charging takes less than twenty minutes, and such performance/convenience doesn't cost more than an IC-engined bike. I don't think I'll see it in my lifetime, although great strides have been made. I'd think hydrogen fuel cells will come to the forefront over the next twenty years. By then I'll be in my mid-seventies and likely piloting a Hoveround.
I think they have it covered with a really large one of these...That being said, a 70+ hp e-bikes are hardly sensible with current tech, and for HD to go for e-bikes is utterly weird. Their brand is built on obnoxious noise levels, what do you have left when you take that away? Even shaking would be gone
Correct. Why would anyone want to get less performance (range) and wait eight hours to go another fifty miles?So basically you see no future for e-bike unless it matched the numbers for IC bike more or less in every sense?
I hear a soft voice, from well beyond the ramparts and gates of civilisation. Is there anybody out there?, just nod if you can hear me.Looks like the old racist has finally lost his damn mind.