An electric bike might be the furthest thing imaginable from Harley-Davidson's iconic highway cruiser motorcycles, but the sleek Serial 1 has more in common with Harley's past than you might think. Named after the earliest known Harley built in 1903 and nicknamed "Serial Number One", the Serial 1's white tires, black frame, and leather sprung seat are all references to the original. But that's where the similarities stop. The electric bike has a composite belt drive with disc brakes, although Harley hasn't released any details about range, charging, or performance specs. Serial has been spun off from Harley itself solely as an electric bike company, and plans to start production in March 2021.