Harley-Davidson is taking its biggest leap towards the future in the company's history with the LiveWire electric bike. After playing the big v-twin cruiser game, Curtiss reinvented itself as an all-electric bike maker — and now it's taking a direct shot at Harley's EV. Priced at $30,000, the Psyche will compete directly in the LiveWire's range, but with a design that's unmistakable for anything but a Curtiss. The Psyche retains the structural look of Curtiss' models, but with the cantilever forks and frame painted white — anything but standard for a motorcycle. The battery pack is mounted transversely to the frame, recalling BMW's boxer engines, and the solo seat rides suspended bobber style in the air. A 48 or 96 horsepower version will be available at launch, with 160 miles of range per charge, and weighing only 375 pounds. Curtiss is also selling stock in a WeFunder campaign to raise funds, with a goal of getting listed on the NASDAQ exchange by 2021.