Harley-Davidson Brings Its Serial 1 E-Bikes to Canada, Are Now Available in 15 Dealerships

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Harley-Davidson e-bike brand Serial 1 keeps on expanding its business throughout the world, with the manufacturer recently announcing it made its electric bicycles available in Canada.
Serial 1 e-bikes are already available in both Europe and the United States, and now they can also be ordered exclusively via Harley-Davidson dealers in Canada. The three models, namely Mosh/Cty, Rush/Cty, and Rush/Cty Step-Thru, can now be purchased in British Columbia, Quebec, Ontario, and Alberta.

Customers who also want to test the bikes before they buy can do so on-site and take the wheelers for a spin at the dealership.

As for the price of the premium Serial 1 e-bikes, they are not exactly budget-friendly, with the Rush/Cty and Rush/Cty Step-Thru models costing you $6,700 CAD, while the Mosh/Cty is priced at $5,100 CAD.

Motivating the brand’s decision to expand north of the U.S., Serial 1 Vice President of Sales, Brandon Proctor, explained that Canada continues to show enthusiasm for electric transportation and recreation. This attitude is reflected in both the country’s legislation as well as its favorable tax treatment to the category.

As specified by Serial 1, there are currently 15 dealerships in Canada that offer the three e-bikes, and you can use the “Find s Dealer” button on the company’s website to locate the most convenient one.

Serial 1 is a premium e-bike brand owned by Harley-Davidson, with the electric two-wheelers being an homage brought to the legendary motorcycle brand. All Serial 1 e-bikes are powered by a Brose S Mag motor that delivers a torque of 90 Nm/66 ft. lb.

As for the battery, the Mosh/Cty and Rush/Cty Step-Thru pack a 529Wh removable battery, while the Rush/Cty is equipped with a heftier, 706Wh one.

All bikes come with a LED headlight, an integrated signature light, integrated LED taillights, and brake lights.
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