Harley-Davidson’s Serial 1 unveils new electric mountain bike, this time with suspension
The new SWITCH/MTN electric mountain bike has been unveiled by Serial 1, the electric bicycle brand spun off from Harley-Davidson's internal e-bike development.
The BASH/MTN bike that was unveiled a few weeks ago raised many eyebrows and left many wondering why the trail bike's frame was paired with a rigid fork,
It turned out Serial 1 already had a front suspension bike in the works - commonly referred to as a hardtail - that the company unveiled today.
The brand describes the SWITCH/MTN as, "Extremely off-road capable, SWITCH/MTN is just as accessible and accommodating for riders just beginning their off-road adventure.
It's because Serial 1's other urban e-bikes share the same DNA that many parts look familiar.
In addition to the 120 Nm mid-drive Brose S Mag motor, the SWITCH/MTN features Harley-Davidson's LiveWire motorcycle engineers' proprietary in-frame 529 Wh removable battery.
Its off-road geometry, however, provides enhanced performance thanks to Suntour's ZERON35BOOST AIR fully adjustable suspension fork, Michelin E-Wild knobby tires
An electric bike-specific single-click trigger shifter is integrated into the mountain bike drivetrain from SRAM's SX Eagle lineup.
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