Autopia 2099 is Radwood’s techie cousin and that’s a good thing

Electrification is such a big deal these days. Automakers are scrambling to electrify vehicles and people, especially enthusiasts, are eager to see what it will do to cars and car culture. Between curiosity and the need to move to something more sustainable, consumers want to learn what electrification can do for them. For car enthusiasts, […]

by Stefan Ogbac
LiveWire is now an electric motorcycle brand from Harley-Davidson, and not just a bike

The LiveWire, Harley-Davidson‘s first electric motorcycle impressed critics with its performance and handling, even if the range could be a bit better, but Harley knows that its future has to be electric for it survive. To that end, Harley-Davidson is officially launching the LiveWire brand. It’s the all-electric motorcycle brand from Harley-Davidson. “One of the […]

by Chad Kirchner
Alternating Currents: Don’t sleep on the Harley LiveWire

After a few thousand miles on Harley-Davidson’s exquisite LiveWire electric motorcycle, I can’t help but think that this is some kind of hidden secret that electric fanatics and motorcycle buffs alike are missing out on. Not only is it the greatest motorcycle I’ve ever ridden, but it is definitively the most fun electric vehicle to […]

by Bradley Brownell
Alternating Currents: Bring back roadside attractions for the EV era

Patience is a virtue, and nowhere is that more true than when going on a long-distance trip with your electric vehicle. Last week I took a trip from Los Angeles to my home in Reno, Nevada on Harley-Davidson’s electric LiveWire motorcycle. Thankfully it charges with a CCS DC fast charger connection, allowing an 80% charge […]

by Bradley Brownell
Alternating Currents: City dwellers need an electric motorcycle

There is so much joy to be had in urban exploration. Even within your own city, plugging around the back alleys and streets you’ve never traveled before, you’ll never regret a bit of exploration. Maybe you’ll stumble upon a new restaurant you want to place an order with, or a mom and pop hardware store […]

by Bradley Brownell