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Harley-Davidson Livewire Electric Motorcycle

It's okay. Re-read the headline. We'll wait. Yes, it's true: the American brand most associated with disturbingly loud two-wheeled vehicles is making one that's essentially... silent. The Harley-Davidson Livewire Electric Motorcycle is unfortunately not for sale (yet), but it will be available to ride at over 30 dealers across the country. As it mostly exists to gather feedback on an eventual, actually-for-sale electric bike, the specs are a little thin, but the thrill of riding down the road on a Harley incognito is enough of a draw on its own.

  • Bultaco Rapitan Motorcycle

    Barcelona-based Bultaco made some great bikes back in the day, cranking them out from the late '50s to the early '80s. Now the brand is making a comeback, with its eyes set squarely on the future — and the Bultaco Rapitan Motorcycle is the first example. Forgoing conventional gas engines, the Rapitan is powered by a brushless electric motor that's good for 54 horsepower and a top speed of 90 mph, and offers features like regenerative braking, a built-in lithium-ion battery with an on-board charger and a range of 87 miles, a sleek design, a curb weight of under 420 pounds, and, thanks to that missing gas tank, room inside to store your helmet.

  • BMW Concept Roadster Motorcycle

    It might not be arriving at a dealer near you anytime soon, but at least the BMW Concept Roadster Motorcycle can give you a glimpse at the future of Bavarian biking. Powered by a 1,170 cc 2-cylinder boxer engine putting out 125 hp, this forward-looking bike features a sleek design, LED lighting, a steep rear section born from gloss milled aluminum that contrasts nicely with the painted and anodized surfaces elsewhere on the bike, and an engine spoiler that keeps air flowing while incorporating the entire front silencer.