A Harley Dealer's view on the first electric Hogs

Orders are now being taken for the first electric Harley-Davidson motorcycles.  Steve "Doc" Hopkins, an Algoma native and owner of Doc's Harley-Davidson in Bonduel, sees pros and cons with the electric Hogs which sell for nearly $30,000 each.  Hopkins rode one of the first test models which he says performed surprisingly well.



Hopkins says an electric Harley, however, works better in some locations than others.



Harley-Davidson says the new electric cycles will be able to go 110-miles on a single charge. 

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