The future belongs to the young, and it is better to accustom consumers to modern technologies (and to their products) from an early age. Guided by a similar logic, Harley-Davidson - the eminent brand for brutal bikers - took up the production of children's electric bicycles. The IronE series reflects the prevailing social vision of what the lightweight personal transport of tomorrow should be.
The new range of e-bikes is designed for children aged 3 to 7 years - that is, the youngest category of cyclists. Therefore, they have a speed limit of 17 km / h, however, with a caveat: this is in the "green mode" of operation.
By tradition, Harley-Davidson does not disclose the specific running characteristics of its products; for children's bicycles, only a gradation is made according to power levels - green, yellow and red.
The IronE12 model is designed for kids 3-5 years old, weighs 7, 7 kg, has 30-cm wheels. The IronE16 model is aimed at older children, 5-7 years old, it has 40-cm wheels, a seat height of 40 cm and a slightly higher weight - up to 9 kg. Each model uses replaceable batteries, which last for 30-60 minutes of operation. The cost of such a toy from adults to children is $ 649 for the younger model and $ 699 for the older one.