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    Harley LiveWire 44t review.

    I like these guys, bit of a laugh and they do some decent reviews.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyVE2YepQ3U

    Some interesting observations so far. I'd be keen to see what one is like but I'm not converted yet.
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    Would love to have a ride...
    Can't imagine it being available for less than $50 k tho unfortunately...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laava View Post
    Would love to have a ride...
    Can't imagine it being available for less than $50 k tho unfortunately...
    Same. And you’d be right. £28,000.
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    I've just been reading about the NZ pricing. $54k.

    Ouch! A shame really as it's an interesting concept but it'll remain precisely that at for that sort of money...
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    Wonder what happens if you get close to it with a garage door remote...?

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    Wonder when Tesla will start making motorbikes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Boy View Post
    I've just been reading about the NZ pricing. $54k.

    Ouch! A shame really as it's an interesting concept but it'll remain precisely that at for that sort of money...
    Lots of Harley-dudes (TM) spend that much and more on their Freedom machines (TM). Old Harley-dudes (TM) won't want one because it isnt a petrol powered Freedom machine (TM) and young Harley dudes.... yeah, there aren't any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryDorsetCase View Post
    Lots of Harley-dudes (TM) spend that much and more on their Freedom machines (TM). Old Harley-dudes (TM) won't want one because it isnt a petrol powered Freedom machine (TM) and young Harley dudes.... yeah, there aren't any.
    I watch a few of this guys videos, he's informative and funny. This one applies to your comment about no new Harley dudes.

    https://youtu.be/EOwxxsPaogY
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    Quote Originally Posted by onearmedbandit View Post
    I watch a few of this guys videos, he's informative and funny. This one applies to your comment about no new Harley dudes.
    I give him extra points for quoting Dylan Thomas, watched a bit of stuff of his
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    He is kinda weird, but he stopped short of suggesting their path was really that of a clothing brand.
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    I read earlier today that Road and Sport from Te Rapa are doing LiveWire (and ICE bike) demo runs in New Plymouth next week...

    "LiveWire is coming to Taranaki! The Road and Sport Harley-Davidson demo bikes are coming to you NEXT WEEK, including the incredible electric LiveWire, along with Touring, Softail, and Street demo bikes! On Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 October we'll be at TSB Stadium, with demo rides from 9.30 - 4.30 both days. Bookings are essential! Call Peter or Adam NOW 07 958 1411 to book your ride, or email sales@roadandsport.co.nz for more details. Test Ride conditions apply. TSB Stadium is at 1A Rogan St."

    Worth a visit I reckon.

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