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Long Way UP an EPIC 13,000 mile journey on Harley-Davidson LiveWire e-Bikes.

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Seems the TV show Long Way Up which used to be done on BMW will be on the new ride LiveWire e-Motorcycle from Harley-Davidson according to Electrek. This season will cover their trials and tribulations on using an electric motorcycle to tour South America, Central America and North America.

https://electrek.co/2020/08/05/long-way-up-harley-davidson-livewire-e-motorcycle-release-date/

Seems this show is following Rivian in testing out the electric bike on a 13,000 mile road trip from the southern tip in Argentina back to America. September 18th is the Premier of this season and will be on Apple TV+.

Intersting is that this also took place at the same time as the Rivian adventure proving that the EV industry is serious about having Auto's and bikes that can get you all over the world on Electricity alone. No gas needed.

https://electrek.co/2019/09/09/rivian-electric-pickup-harley-davidson-livewire-electric-motorcycles-trip/

 

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