Harley-Davidson Serial 1 Second-Generation Electric Bicycle Google Cloud
Harley-Davidson’s Serial 1 has officially launched its second-generation electric bicycles, complete with Google Cloud connectivity. This means that each eBike comes equipped with several cloud-enabled features, including a real-time ride data dashboard, turn-by-turn navigation, and more when using the Serial 1 app on your smartphone.

Harley-Davidson Serial 1 Second-Generation Electric Bicycle Google Cloud
There’s also a Pinpoint Mode, which when enables, gives riders the ability to precisely track, monitor and digitally lock their Serial 1 eBike no matter where it is relative to them. Unlike its predecessor, this model comes with an integrated USB-C charging cable located beneath the handlebar stem for powering a mobile devices. Power comes from a mid-mounted Brose S Mag or TF Mag motor generating 66 lb-ft of torque. Depending on the model, you’ll either get a frame-integrated 529-Wh (90-mile range) or 706-Wh (115-mile range) Li-ion battery. Available now, priced from $3,799 USD.

Segway Ninebot S Smart Self-Balancing Electric Scooter, Dual 400W Motor, Max 13.7 Miles Range & 10MPH, Hoverboard with LED Light, Compatible with Gokart kit
  • Eye-catching black design with modern aesthetic: Ninebot S is compact, weighting just 28 lbs with a max load of 220 lbs; Applicable Age 16 – 50 years; Applicable Height - 3.11 – 6.6 Inch
  • High-performance lithium-ion battery for extended use: Thanks to the dual 400W motors, it can easily reach a max speed of 10 mph; A single fully charged battery can run up to 13.7 miles, climbing a max slope of 15°
  • Illuminating LED lights for increased visibility and safety

Harley-Davidson Serial 1 Second-Generation Electric Bicycle Google Cloud

It’s exciting to see how Serial 1 is enhancing transportation experiences with data and analytics. We’re pleased to bring Google Cloud’s Intelligent Product Essentials solution to Serial 1 riders and help provide eBike experiences that are safe and personalized to each interaction,” said Matthias Breunig, Director, Global Automotive Solutions, Google Cloud.


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