We already know Harley Davidson had some issues with moving most of it’s American made motorcycles to overseas during the Pandemic which turned away many of it’s beer drinking bearded American consumers, but now we have the turn to an all electric bike. Many hardcore bikers will be disappointed to hear that Harley Davidson sold out to the pressure of climate change globalists.
“At some point in time, Harley Davidson will be all-electric,” the executive [Harley-Davidson CEO Jochen Zeitz] recently told Dezeen. “But that’s a long-term transition that needs to happen. It’s not something you do overnight.”
Zeitz’s pronouncement seems guaranteed to make a not-insignificant portion of the manufacturer’s customer base cringe. For many enthusiasts, the thing that really sets a Harley apart from other motorcycles—American-made or otherwise—is a thunderously loud internal combustion engine. But the company knows that no matter how important those large-displacement mills might be change is on the horizon.