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    First they were going to Rewire and now they want to Hardwire. Here is the latest news regarding H-D's Hardwire marketing plan:
    https://www.motorcycle.com/mini-feat...wire-plan.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard230 View Post
    First they were going to Rewire and now they want to Hardwire. Here is the latest news regarding H-D's Hardwire marketing plan:
    https://www.motorcycle.com/mini-feat...wire-plan.html
    I saw a lot of hot air and empty promises.
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    An electric bike would have several advantages, especially a dirt bike (Alta?). BUT, for my limited budget, that "Haywire" is grossly overpriced. And even if not, who wants a scoot that is only good for, at BEST, 100 miles on a charge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boonieman View Post
    An electric bike would have several advantages, especially a dirt bike (Alta?). BUT, for my limited budget, that "Haywire" is grossly overpriced. And even if not, who wants a scoot that is only good for, at BEST, 100 miles on a charge?
    Unfortunately Alta is a dead duck, thanks to H-D backing out of their financing deal.
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