Harley-Davidson Project LiveWire photos
- Media and enthusiasts flocked around LiveWire as Harley CMO Mark-Hans Richer prepared to ride it.
- Forget dials: a touchscreen serves as LiveWire's dashboard.
- Much of what's inside LiveWire is hidden from view.
- Inside Harley's store, one LiveWire stood suspended on a platform used for lifting bikes up from a lower level.
- A number of Harley Owners Group members came out for the debut too.
- Many of the HOG members wore clothes representing its New York City chapter.
- In the back of Harley's store was a stationary LiveWire that anyone could get on just to rev the engine.
- The mounted LiveWire was fully functional — it just wasn't going anywhere.
- LiveWire's touchscreen displays its speed, remaining battery, and how much distance it has left in it.
- A LiveWire model was out on the show floor alongside Harley's other bikes.
- Harley had riders watch a safety video before they could hop on.
- After the video, Harley instructed riders on how to use LiveWire — and what they weren't allowed to do on it.
- Harley cycled through pack after pack of test drivers for a few hours.
- Christaan Felber takes the wheel outside of Harley's store.
- Harley put everyone in its branded jackets before they took off.
- Finally, ready to ride.